The techs at We Tint Utah split their time between protecting and decorating automobiles and buildings. Window tints for cars utilize high-end films from 3M and Aegis to block out prying eyes and deflect up to 99% of UV rays. A lifetime film warranty that covers fading, bubbling, and cracking is available at an additional cost.
The team also takes care of buildings—including homes, apartments, and businesses—with skylight tinting, thermal rejection filters, and anti-graffiti films. The application of tints can lower a building's heating and cooling costs, not to mention help maintain a sense of privacy.
For those who simply want to update the appearance of their home, car, storefront, or national monument, We Tint Utah offers decorative films, such as one that gives glass an etched appearance, and customized vinyl designs.
Just Emissions’ nationwide facilities exclusively specialize in two things: vehicle-emissions tests and safety inspections. By focusing their efforts on these two EPA-mandated services, the company has developed a testing process for cars, vans, SUVs, rolling droids, and pickup trucks that is both thorough and speedy. The company’s hyper-specialization has also given birth to other consumer conveniences, including immediate post-test registration renewal at its Utah locations and onsite testing.
Royal Tinting’s technicians install window films on vehicles, buildings, and boats with quality craftsmanship and the promise of a lifetime warranty. An authorized dealer of trusted tint films from Llumar, Johnson, and SunGard, they carry a wide variety of tint types and dyes, ranging from standard ATC films to nano-ceramic films that share properties with materials used by NASA to trick out their Mars rovers. In addition to window tints, specialists also apply clear bra paint protection films to preserve the car’s finish and offer customized vinyl graphics and wraps.
Since 1972, the family-owned A Broken Windshield has repaired the glass of cars, trucks, and vans, helping remove sight obstructions and facilitate safer driving. Professionally trained technicians perform any necessary services, such as rock-chip repairs, mirror replacement, and sunroof maintenance, all of which are backed by a 100% guarantee. A Broken Windshield operates Monday?Saturday from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Inspired to help car owners save money in the wake of an economic downturn, The Wrench-it Center's founder, Zachary Anderegg, opened the heated bays of a full-service, do-it-yourself garage lauded by the Deseret News as "Salt Lake Valley's most innovative—and hands-on—automotive repair business." Amateur mechanics can access both high-rise and low-rise lifts as well as a 200-piece toolbox, and they can also plug into the garage's Alldata automotive repair database so they don't have to ask their car to honk three times when it stops hurting. According to the Salt Lake Tribune, when visitors hit a snag, this computer system "shows drawings of just about every part and how they fit together for all makes and models." When the garage doesn't have the part for a required repair, free parts delivery can summon rare factory components and more aerodynamic bumper stickers. Owners can enlist the shop's mechanics to coach them through the repair process, and at any point they can hand the job off and enjoy the full-service treatment.
MusicGarage.Org's staff has produced more than 600 young students in more than 400 concerts, it takes less than 90 days to get onstage. Led by a group of talented musicians and instructors, programs help students hone their singing, soloing, and stagecraft before they play a live concert for family and friends. Throughout the year, the 4,500-square-foot rehearsal facility hosts afterschool programs, where bands develop a full set of covers or original songs for an end-of-quarter show. Besides nurturing the next generation of rockers, MusicGarage.Org runs recording programs where kids learn how to use the latest audio technology, as well as a 1,500-square-foot venue for professionals to rehearse, perform, or devise plot points for their future VH1 music documentary.