When it comes to window tinting you do get what you pay for. This is why we use Madico and Dub IR as our choice of films. being a non dyed 99 u.v block film it will always look the same shade for as long as you own your car. What sets us off from the rest is that we use high end film and computer cut software for all our window tint applications. This way we eliminate accidental damages from cutting directly on your car.
Madico’s Charcool® automotive film combines classic looks with contemporary functionality to deliver everything you need in an auto film—along with added benefits.
State of the art extruded film
Improves comfort due to maximum heat and glare rejection
Reduces fading of vehicle’s interior
Improves personal safety by blocking 99% of UV rays
Non-metal construction eliminates signal interference
Helps hold shattered glass together in the event of an accident
Lifetime, no-fade warranty
DUB IR™ film is made from advanced nano-ceramic laminated film that is scratch resistant, non-reflective, and supremely easy to apply and shrink. Color stable construction gives true color and non-metal construction provides enhanced UV protection.
GUARDS YOUR SKIN
Shield your skin from the sun’s harmful rays. DUB IR™ is an effective UV protectant
KEEPS YOUR CABIN COOLER
Effectively blocks infrared and UV rays. This isn’t your average window tint.
You experience the presence of the sun not only from the sun’s rays that you can see, but also from the infrared rays that you feel. With DUB IR™ window film, occupants will feel cooler, while being protected from those damaging rays of the sun.
Climate change and the depletion of the ozone layer cause sunlight to threaten most of us commuting in our vehicles. We can’t avoid the direct radiation that passes through our car’s windows unless we proactively protect ourselves with IR film. Our IR window film provides a combination of state-of-the-art technology and crystal clear clarity along with the ultimate in performance. Installation is a breeze with the film’s superior shrink for expert handling and easy application in all weather conditions. DUB IR™ film is guaranteed against fading, peeling, cracking, adhesive failure and delamination.
DUB IR™ Luxury Window Tint
• Scratch resistant coating
• Superior heat rejection
• Over 80% IR rejection
• Limited warranty guaranteed against fading, peeling, cracking, adhesive failure and delamination
California Window Tinting Laws
The state of California has very specific laws regarding window tinting on your car. Every state in the United States has its own percentage of darkness and reflection that your car windows are allowed to have, as well as other specific regulations you may need to know about. Below we’ll list all relevant information pertaining to tinted windows in California.
Window tint darkness
The amount of light that can pass through your car windows is measured in percentages (called VLT), so make sure your tinting film is up to these standards! In California there is no difference in regulations for sedans, or SUVs and vans, so these laws are for all vehicles.
Windshield allows transparent strip on top 4 to 5 inches
Front side windows must pass through more than 70% of light inside your car (70% VLT)
Back side windows and rear window can have any darkness
Window tint reflection
Some tinting film can reflect incoming light, therefore further reducing glare and heat. California doesn’t allow the usage of tinting film which has more reflection than a standard window.
If your car’s rear window is tinted, you must have dual side mirrors on your vehicle.
Restricted tint colors
In California you’re not allowed to use red or amber window tint film on front windshield. No color-altering tint is permitted on any other windows.
Many states allow different window tint percentages due to certain medical conditions. Assembly Bill No. 1303 (source) has been approved in September 2017, allowing California drivers to apply for medical exceptions for tinting film.
Previously you could technically get medical exemptions for sunscreening devices on front side windows, but any such devices were illegal to use during nighttime. Under new California window tint laws persons with medical conditions requiring shielding from UV rays can install clear, colorless and transparent material on any window.
Window film certificate
Drivers are required to have a certificate signed by the tint installing company or from the film manufacturer stating the VLT percentage clearly, and it must display tint film manufacturer’s name and address. Manufacturers are also required to certify the film in this state before they are allowed to sell it.