Over the years, the window tinting industry has increased exponentially. More and more people are seeking out the services of window tinting professionals– for a variety of reasons.
Some people enjoy the increased security and privacy that tinted windows can offer, making it more difficult for people to see into a vehicle. Others like the energy benefits of tinted windows, which keep harmful UV rays out of your vehicle and prevent a greenhouse effect inside your car, allowing your AC system to run as efficiently as possible.
No matter the reason why you’re looking into window tinting for your own vehicle, we’re here to let you know what the current trends in window tinting are looking like for 2023– meaning that you can stay current while keeping your ride private and cool, even during the hottest months of the year.
Ceramic Window Tinting
Ceramic window tints are made from thin sheets of tinted material– but they’re also coated with ceramic particles, which are reflective enough to redirect UV rays away from your vehicle.
This means that your car can stay cooler and you can stay protected from UV rays while driving (yes, they can still cause damage if your windows are closed!)
Ceramic window tint can also keep you safer while driving, since it reduces the glare you might experience when driving on sunny days. In fact, it can also keep you safe at night– reducing glare from headlights in traffic and ensuring greater visibility.
While ceramic tints are great for reducing glare and helping your car’s AC run more efficiently, they don’t allow quite as much privacy as some other types of window tint.
Carbon Window Tinting
Carbon tinting film is similar to ceramic, but with an added layer of effectiveness due to carbon particles that are incorporated into the film. These particles help keep even more heat out of your vehicle than other types of film, without the potential cell signal interference that metalized window tint options can provide.
Carbon window tinting is also growing in popularity in 2023 due to its unique matte look that makes it stand out among other types of window tinting film.
Hybrid Window Tinting
Hybrid window tinting film, as you might guess from the name, is a combination of metalized and dyed window tints, offering the benefits of both of them. It’s great for keeping sun glare and heat out of your vehicle, and it looks great, too.
However, hybrid film does contain metalized particles, which run the risk of interfering with your cell signal!
Crystalline Window Tinting
Crystalline window tinting is an increasingly popular option– it doesn’t get as dark as other types of window tinting film, but it’s still better at reflecting heat and UV rays away from your vehicle. It’s made from a multilayered film consisting of 200 layers, but is still incredibly thin– according to the manufacturer, it’s thinner than a Post-It note.
Plus, it’s non-metallized, which means that there’s no danger of your tint interfering with your devices. Because it’s also lighter than other types of tinting film, it’s more likely to adhere with your local laws about window tinting limits.
Where can I get my windows tinted in 2023?
If you’re on the hunt for quality window tinting installation in 2023, look no further than the experts here at Fast Glass Service. We offer all kinds of window tinting, allowing you to choose the option that works best for your aesthetic, your budget, and your vehicle.
Want to schedule your window tinting appointment? Give us a call!