This is dedicated to educate our customers about different window film technology and specifically where it concerns the films that we carry and install. If you are doing research to make a proper decision on what will best suit your needs, budget, and preference.  Each film that we carry is rated based on performance and longevity to help you make the proper selection. 

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Dyed window film has dominated the window film industry for over forty years and has become a staple in every installer's inventory. It is the most popular technology in the industry and now you can enjoy the increased solar benefits for an economical price. With Retroflex™, we've gone back to the basics. Retroflex™ is our premium dyed line of window film that is manufactured on a tried-and-true dyed window film chassis. Retroflex™ has a beautiful black sheen that will instantly make any vehicle pop with style and will easily match factory tint.

Retroflex™ is our premium dyed line of window film and is the most economical type of window film. It blocks light rays by the addition of dye to the film. Solar heat is absorbed by the dye in the film, thus preventing some of the heat from entering through the window. Retroflex™ blocks up to 99% of the sun's ultraviolet (UV) energy through the dyed layer of polyester within the film. 

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If you are concerned about fading, Terraflex™ is the product for you. Terraflex™ is a true carbon window film that is designed to not fade or change colors, unlike dyed window film. With its high infrared radiation (IR) rejection and ultraviolet (UV) protection, you will notice a substantial decrease in the heat that transmits into your vehicle. Terraflex™ boasts 99.9% ultraviolet (UV) protection and up to 67% infrared radiation (IR) rejection. Best of all, Terraflex™ is manufactured with zero dye. No fade. No color change.

Terraflex™ is our carbon line of window film. Terraflex™ contains nano particles that gives the window film a boost in performance. The nano particles are found in the laminate adhesive layer and allows the film to block up to 67% of infrared radiation (IR) and 99% ultraviolet (UV) energy. The laminate adhesive layer contains double the glue compared to most other window films, which means a longer lasting product, while the hard coat is strong and durable.

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Not all window films are created equal. Panaflex™ is the next evolution in ceramic window film technology. Leaps and bounds more powerful than technologies that have existed in the industry for over forty years, Panaflex™ has the unique ability to block out more of the solar spectrum than other technologies. Panaflex™ boasts up to 88% broad-spectrum infrared radiation (IR) rejection and 99.9% ultraviolet (UV) protection. By blocking out both infrared radiation and ultraviolet energy and greatly reducing heat, Panaflex™ has the power to make a difference you will actually feel.

Manufactured in multiple layers, Panaflex™'s magic comes from the nano particles found in the laminate adhesive and hard coat layers. These nano particles give the film a boost to performance, allowing the film to block up to 88% infrared radiation (IR) and 99% ultraviolet (UV) energy, as well as giving the film its shade and beautiful look. The laminate adhesive layer contains double the glue compared to most other window films, which means a longer lasting product, while the hard coat is strong and durable.​


Fifty-Percent Tint

If you're not looking for darkness, then a 50% tint is a great option for you. It only blocks half of the light from coming into your car but is still effective for keeping out heat and UV rays. It also helps to reduce glare and eye strain, which makes driving much safer.


Thirty-Five Percent Tint

A vehicle with a 35% tint will give you a darker, more appearance but is still very easy to see through. Many people like this tint because it creates a smooth, stylish look.


Twenty-Percent Tint

If you're concerned about privacy, you may want a 20% tint. Although you can see through it from the outside if you're up close, it's difficult. This is enough to deter most casual snoops and would-be criminals.

Five Percent Tint

A 5% tint is extremely dark, and you can't see through it at all. This is actually illegal in most states but is most commonly used on the back windows of limousines.

Most vehicles that come with "built-in" factory tint is in the 15-20% range.

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