Auto Window Tinting for Two Front Windows or Up to Five Windows at Beverly Tint (Up to 60% Off)

Los Angeles

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In a Nutshell

High-quality carbon films reduce glare, block heat, and maintain privacy

The Fine Print

Promotional value expires 180 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Merchant's standard cancellation policy applies (any fees not to exceed voucher price). Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Limit 1 per visit. Must use promotion value in 1 visit. Valid only for option purchased. Not valid for front windshield or sunroof. Appointment required. Additional fee for SUVs, minivans, trucks, VW Beetles, Corvettes, and Honda Civic hatchbacks. Additional fee for tint removal. Not valid for models older than 1995. Not valid for front windshield or sunroof. May apply toward other tint options of 3M or Ceramic tint upgrades. Quarter Windows are considered a separate window. Tax not included. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Choose Between Two Options

  • $40 for carbon-film tinting for two front windows ($100 value)
  • $89 for California-legal tints and carbon-film for up to five windows ($200 value)

All tints are color-stable and come with a lifetime warranty.

Laminated Windshield Glass: One Big Peace of Mind

Car windshields aren’t just there to keep out the rain; they’re also one of a vehicle’s more important safety devices. Read on to learn more about how the glass keeps from breaking into shards.

In the early days of the automobile, when cars were slow and bugs still obeyed traffic laws, windshields weren’t a big concern. Cars were as much a luxurious way to catch a breeze as they were a way to get around, and most had no front window at all. But as cars got faster and more dangerous, the glass windshield was introduced, and with it came a new concern: how to keep drivers safe from their own car during an accident. The solution eventually became laminated glass—a material that helps keep a windshield intact as one large sheet when it breaks. Though they’ve gone through many improvements over the years, since 1966 laminated windshields have all been made of two sheets of glass bonded with a layer of thin plastic film (poly vinyl butyral, or PVB) between them. The inner PVB layer adheres tightly to the glass layers, preventing broken shards from flying apart and causing additional injuries. Without such an innovation, windshields might still be a danger to drivers. The first windshields, found in racecars and early Cadillacs, were made of everyday glass, and according to The Complete Guide to Auto Glass Installation: A Textbook, about half the people hurt in car accidents in 1923 had injuries related to broken glass.

One of the additional benefits to a three-layer windshield is that, should it get chipped, the damage often only happens to one layer—making small chips relatively easy to repair. These days, repair technicians can often fix small cracks and chips in windshields by filling them with a strong, clear resin that bonds to the surrounding glass. The result is a smooth, inconspicuous surface that leaves almost no evidence of damage from when a teenage couple carved their initials into it.

Customer Reviews

Very friendly and did a great job. Will surely recommend to my friends
Andrea C. · 3 days ago
Fast, friendly, and they did a great job. The shop seems a little run down, but who cares if the quality of the craftsmanship is great?
Robert Christian H. · August 9, 2017
Add 50 bucks to the amount you're paying. And when you get there they will try to up-sale you $200-$300 for the "better" tints. So you're paying for the lowest quality tint. You're welcome :)
Kadijah · July 26, 2017

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