How Much Does Car Window Tinting Cost?

The cost of Car Window Tint varies depending on a number of factors.

The first thing to check is whether the car has existing window film that requires removal. Reasons for removing existing film is it may have failed, been scratched or not the desired shade. Old Film Removal is an added cost as sometimes it can take longer to remove the old film than to install the new film. Some customers are tempted to try DIY removing it themselves after watching some YouTube videos however without the correct equipment, it is a frustrating and time consuming process. Futhermore, once the film has been removed, it’s very important that all of the glue is cleaned off, as any left over glue will harden over time, making it more difficult to remove at a later stage. We highly recommend leaving this job to the professionals.

Once you have determined if there is old film removal required or not – the next step is to decide which film you are after. With hundreds of window films on the market, it can seem a little daunting as to which film is the right match for you. Some questions you can consider
– What are you hoping to achieve by installing window film on your car? Is it for glare reduction, privacy or looks?
– Do you or your family travel in the car often? Do you go on long drives/holidays?
– Is the vehicle a work vehicle and requires window film for security to hide your tools and equipment?
– Is the vehicle a long term asset or short term?

Once you have a clear view of what your goals are, the next factor is your budget. Window Film for a standard car can start from $199 and go up to over $500. We explain the differences between films in another article.

Here at Tint Ur Ride, we are proud to be able to offer you a range of films to cater for all budgets. Whether it’s a short term budget friendly solution or a long term luxury car collection – we take the time to discuss your requirements to match you up with the best film.