What You'll Get
Window tinting gives cars a mysterious air, increasing their chances of attracting drivers who will take them out on high-speed chases late at night. Help your auto find some fun with today's Groupon: for $50, you get window-tinting services for two front-door windows, two back-door windows, or a rear window at Hoglund's Top Shop in Everett (a $120 value).
Hoglund's Top Shop has been tinting windows for nearly 50 years, outfitting vehicles with Solar Gard film, which comes with a nationwide lifetime limited warranty and is designed to protect interiors from heat and harmful ultraviolet rays. Unlike memories of your own birth, the professional-grade window tint never fades; in addition to being nonreflective, the film is non-metal-based, which means it won't interfere with electronic devices. Hoglund's dresses auto portholes in films that feature various tint degrees, all of which greatly reduce heat, block more than 99% of harmful UV rays, and filter out all unfriendly glares at four-way stops. This Groupon can also be applied to a full-car tinting package ($259 for a two-door car, $329 for a four-door car, or $359 for an SUV).
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Oct 14, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only toward Supreme Tinting services. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
At Hoglund’s, expert installers revamp cars, trucks, and even RVs and boats with a full line of electronics, custom upholstery, and other accessories. The team of techs can update interiors with the newest technology, ranging from heated seats and remote starters to back-up cameras and brand new audio and video systems. The shop specializes in custom-made convertible tops that are carefully tested for fit and seamless appearance. The techs can outfit seats with new upholstery in leather, suede, or bubble-wrap. Beyond the interior, Hoglund’s staff is also skilled in glass and windows, and they can install sunroofs or use SolarGard tints to block UV rays.