Avoid Damage To Your Windows With Professional Tint Removal
Despite the various methods for DIY tint removal, we recommend that window tint for homes, offices, and cars all be removed by a professional. It may cost you more money up front but it saves you time and potentially hundreds of dollars in window repair. Additionally, if you have a professional finish the job, they will likely charge you more due to damage to the film and glass.
Also, if you try to alter your film you will likely void any warranties on both your film and your windows because DIY tint removal does not qualify as a manufacturer defect or installation error.
Signs that it’s time to have your tint removed and replaced:
- Cracking or crazing
- Color change or fading
- Adhesion failure
- Repair Order
Find out if your removal or replacement is covered under warranty!
Why Window Film Doesn’t Last Forever
The lifetime of window film is highly dependent on many factors including product type, quality, and climate. In general, most window films will last well past 10 years and carry warranties to protect them from any defects that occur within that time.
Regardless, window films can still experience common problems such as bubbling, peeling, color change and cracking due to the age. Other factors such as high levels of humidity and direct sunlight will shorten the life of the film.
Tint Removal Process
It’s important to get your window tint removed by a professional who has the tools to get the job done fast and done right. Whether you need tint removed from your home, office, or vehicle, we make the window tint removal process quick and easy.