Window Tinting from Alta Mere in North Richland Hills. Three Options Available.

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In a Nutshell

Alta Mere's staff uses computerized film-cutting system to drape windows in five available tint shades

The Fine Print

Expires Jan 31st, 2012. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Limit 1 per vehicle. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Additional charges may apply for SUVs, trucks, and vans. Pro-Shield tinting valid for 2 windows only. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Like a hug from a grizzly bear, sunlight is a pleasant, warming treat and only dangerous if you make eye contact. Protect eyes from sunbeams with today's Groupon to Alta Mere in North Richland Hills. Choose from the following options:

  • For $45, you get Pro-Shield window tinting for two windows (an $89 value).
  • For $75, you get Econotint tinting for two- or four-door cars (up to a $149 value).
  • For $199, you get two- or four-door ceramic/Wincos tinting (up to a $399 value).

Alta Mere's skilled staff employs a computerized film-cutting system to custom-fit windows with tints available in five shades. Technicians can outfit the portholes of a two- or four-door car with a Pro-Shield tinting ($89), which carries a lifetime warranty against bubbling, peeling, or sudden meltdowns. Alta Mere carries Econotint tinting for two-door cars ($129), four-door cars ($149; additional $20 fee for SUVs) and customers can upgrade to Econoplus ($159/$179/$199), which provides more opaque protection, or Solargenics shadings ($239/$259/$289). In addition, the experts can clothe the windows of a two- or four-door roadster with ceramic/Wincos tinting ($399; additional $50 fee for SUVs), which excels at repelling infrared light. Regardless of the brand of choice, an Alta Mere window tinting helps to reduce heat in the vehicle, block UV rays, and protect precious interior components, such as leather seats and dashboards, from accidental fryings.

Alta Mere

Though window tinting was Alta Mere's primary service when it first opened in 1987, the business has since emerged as a nationwide authority on a gamut of automotive-electronics services. At each independently owned outpost, a skilled staff of technicians uses computers to cut and tailor window films to fit snugly against glass, thereby preventing hot temperatures and an influx of curious tourists from reaching automotive interiors. Additionally, installers elevate vehicular creature comforts with audio and video entertainment, security systems, remote starters, and GPS navigation technology.