Like a crystal ball, the windows of a car can provide a useful glimpse at future obstacles or reveal too much information to identity-stealing sorceresses. Keep your windows working the right way with today's Groupon: for $40, you get $100 toward automotive window tinting at Apex Tint in Chandler.
Apex’s technicians defend vehicle interiors from ultraviolet ravages with computer-cut films that filter light, reduce glare, and increase privacy. ATC dyed film can diminish rays entering through the windows by as much as 47% in four-door sedans or trucks ($169) or full-size SUVs ($199), giving unshaded human eyes a fighting chance during evening-commute staring contests with traffic cameras. CTX nano-ceramic film rejects higher percentages (up to 60%) of heat and light through the portholes of two-door sedans and trucks ($299) and full-sized SUVs ($329). During the two- to three-hour process, technicians affix color-stable Llumar films to smooth glass, creating a new surface that deflects light and resists the scratches of hitchhiking porcupines. Customers select a shade from light, medium, and dark varieties, and experienced hands backed by a lifetime nationwide warranty flatten the new layer onto windows with industrial adhesive, crushing bubbles and unfurrowing creases to ensure a durable, even tint.
Ron Ruddick, owner of Apex Tint, protects car interiors, keeps houses cool, and reducse energy costs by darkening panes with precisely fitted window tints. Inside the pristine shop, Ron walks customers through the tinting process, providing samples and demonstrations that match each client’s glass type with a compatible tint in a light, medium, or dark shade. Technicians cut vehicle films, residential and commercial window films, and paint-protecting films with computer-generated plotters to achieve a fit more snug than that of a sumo wrestler’s wetsuit. The experienced staffers also uncloud hazy headlights with restorative techniques that help to boost drivers’ visibility and cars’ aesthetic appeal.