Thinking about getting window tint but you’re not sure if you want ceramic tint or a generic tint? There are a few things you should know about ceramic window tint before you make a decision! Questions like What makes it different? Is there a price difference between it and other types of tint?
Ceramic film can be more expensive than other types, however, people that have used it in the past say that the benefits make it well worth the cost.
The biggest difference between ceramic window tint and other forms is how it is made. All window films are essentially made of two polyester sheets that are merged together. They vary in what lies between the two layers. The different products that are used in conjunction with the polyester can be metals, dyes, a hybrid of the two and ceramic. Each one has its own reflective and protective properties.
Accu -Tint of Nashville is familiar with this advanced technology. Ceramic film is a very durable product that stands above its peers in terms of longevity. It also has the highest heat rejection levels compared to other materials. It has double the heat rejection of hybrid and dyed products. Since it uses no metal of any kind, there is no interference with technology found in modern vehicles. If ceramic tint is used on older vehicles, it won’t interfere with aftermarket navigation systems or newly released phones, tablets and laptops.
Another benefit to the no-metal film is that the product has no reflective properties. It gives the film more visibility than other products and only makes the glass appear a few shades darker than what the manufacturer sells the vehicle with. Most people won’t notice that you have an aftermarket window film. It is also of a higher quality and strength than other materials, and has the ability to hold shattered glass together better than its competition. This makes all the difference in the world when it comes to your safety!
Many of the high-end metallic films cannot compete with ceramic window tint when it comes to areas such as longevity and durability. It’s much more resilient when it comes to fading, bubbling, cracking and the discoloring after years of use.