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Reduce Harmful UV Ray Impact with Window Tint for Your Vehicle

Auto Window Tinting can protect more than your view … how can tinting your car reduce harmful UV ray impact and protect your body from the sun’s UV rays?

When you’re driving your car, you’re probably concerned with watching the road, observing other drivers, changing the radio, and getting the temperature and seat settings just right. Did you know that you should also be concerned with sun damage every time you get behind the wheel or get in someone else’s car?

UV rays don’t just affect us when we stand outside. If you’re spending a lot of time in your car, it’s time to look into window tinting to greatly reduce the impact of harmful UV rays. Window tinting is like sunscreen for your vehicle!

Check Tintmaster’s our Automotive Window Tinting services.

How UV Rays Can Damage Yourself and Your Car

UV rays reach us in the sunshine and on cloudy days, so complete protection is important. According to the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety, “the average American driver spends close to 300 hours a year behind the wheel.” That doesn’t include any time spent as a passenger.

UV rays have been directly linked to skin cancer due to prolonged sun exposure. Not only can the sun’s rays impact our skin’s health, it can also damage the inside of your car. In fact, UV rays can make leather interiors crack and fade.

Learn more about driving and skin cancer: Sun Exposure While Driving Linked to Cancer

How Our Window Tinting Can Help

Our Crystalline window films reject up to 97% of the sun’s heat producing infrared light and block up to 60% of the heat coming through your windows helping reduce harmful UV ray impact. Window films shield you and your car’s interior from the sun’s damaging effects. Window tinting also extends the life of your vehicle’s glass. By protecting your windows from cracking, you’re essentially doubling their lifespan.

Check out these Tips from State Farm to Protect Your Car from Damaging Effects of Sun and Heat

Auto window tinting has so many advantages, such as:

  • Safety – holds tempered glass together
  • Security – prevents smash-n-grabs
  • Keeps vehicle cooler in summer
  • Keeps vehicle warmer in winter
  • Protects interior against fading
  • Increases resale value
  • Reduces brightness
  • Increases privacy
  • Reduces cancer causing UV rays by up to 99.9%

Car Window Film Protects Your Investment

You’re often extremely exposed to the sun’s UV rays while in your car, camper, boat, trailer, and more. There are windows everywhere, so your access to the sun is high. While standard glass can block a minimal amount of UV rays, window film provides a high level of UV protection. This can protect not only yourself from rays, but also your car’s interior. Auto window film provides protection with:

  • Fading
  • Privacy
  • Keeping the vehicle cooler in the summer and warmer in winter
  • Reduces brightness
  • Reduces skin cancer risk

Is car window tinting a good idea? Find out more from Car and Driver Magazine HERE.

Protect Yourself and Reduce Harmful UV Ray Impact with Window Tint

With so many benefits, and a lifetime warranty, auto window tinting is the smartest and safest option for any vehicle. Since we use 3M window film, we can offer a lifetime warranty against bubbling, cracking, peeling, fading and any breakdown of the adhesive. We also have two technicians who have been installing window film on vehicles for over 30 years. If you want long lasting, great looking window tinting that will reduce harmful UV ray impact in Sacramento, CA, give The Master, Tintmaster, a call today!

To get a free estimate for your vehicle, give us a call at (916) 852-8468.

As a family owned and operated business, Tintmaster prides themselves on professional installation, high-quality materials, and unparalleled customer service. They have been serving the Sacramento area since 1989 and have built a reputation for excellence. If you need automotiveresidential, or commercial window tinting, give the specialists at Tintmaster a call at 916-852-8468.

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