What You'll Get
Auto window tinting can help protect a car's interior, regulate its inner temperature, and keep fans from swarming your vehicle when you're giving the postmaster general a lift. Safeguard interiors with today's Groupon: for $149, you get auto window tinting on four side windows and the back glass at Mid America Window Tint in Overland Park (a $299 value).
Mid America‘s experienced specialists blanket windows with a protective tinting that minimizes glare and helps keep heat at bay. CarbonXP coating slathers an auto's glass panes with a metal-free, nonreflective black finish that dampens heat, infrared, and UV rays and helps each automobile and its passengers maintain atmospheric homeostasis. CarbonXP contains signal-enabling technology specifically designed to allow cell-phone, radio, and navigation-system signals to permeate its tinted perimeter.
During the 90-minute procedure, hop on the lobby's free WiFi and liveblog about the proceedings in all caps. Mid America grants clients a lifetime no-fade warranty, guaranteeing a tinted ride from the car's infancy to its ascent toward the big blue crusher in the sky.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires May 22, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Additional charge for oversize vehicles. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Mid America Window Tint
Window tinting is often associated with sleek, blacked-out rides that use tints for purely cosmetic reasons. However, many don't realize that window tinting carries safety and comfort benefits for passengers, and moreover, that it isn't reserved for automobiles alone. The staff at Mid America Window Tint rely on glass films from Sunscape and Huper Optik to help car and home owners realize a whole range of benefits, from blocking UV rays to resisting shatter to reducing glare from disco ball hood ornaments. Homeowners can even look for savings on their energy bills, since air conditioners don't have to work as hard to contend with the sun's rays.