Vehicle Window tinting in Little Rock both a functional and aesthetic way to customize your car while allowing for privacy and protection. It can help protect your car from high temperatures, which can cause accelerated interior fading and cracking.
Here at Fast Glass Service, we understand how busy life can be. So, to make our service as convenient for you as possible, we offer mobile appointments for both residential and commercial tinting. This means we can take care of your vehicle while you’re at work or at home, and you can go about your day while we take care of the rest.
We can legally tint your windows up to 50% on the driver’s front and passenger windows, and up to 35% on the rear passenger windows and the back window. This means that the different windows will allow in different levels of light, but the difference in appearance will be virtually imperceptible to the human eye.
These limitations are in place to keep you safe. If your windows are tinted too much, you will not be able to safely drive at nighttime, and you will also have a higher chance of being involved in a crash. Our promise is to give you a window tint that meets your needs while also keeping you safe in your vehicle.
Once your window tint is complete, it will remain in great condition as long as you take care of it properly. For cleaning tinted windows, please use an ammonia-free cleaner and be careful to not scratch the glass. Your tint will also fade more quickly if it is consistently exposed to direct sunlight, so be sure to park your car in the shade or in a garage whenever possible. Click here to find out more information about caring for your window tint.
Are you ready to boost your car’s appearance and increase its protection from the sun? Look no further than Fast Glass Service. Schedule an appointment to get your windows done today by filling out our intake form or giving us a call at (800) 242-5644. Our automobile tinting appointments are available at or near our Russellville location.
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