When you choose Buckeye Window Tint for your automotive needs, you’re getting more than just a dark shade added to your windows. Our auto window tints are a direct upgrade to any film that can be found in consumer automobiles – we’re always better than factory installed film. All of our automotive window tints can block out external light and reduce glare but they are also capable of doing so much more.
Escape From The Heat And Reduce Fuel Consumption
It doesn’t matter how many features the manufacturer has packed into it, when it comes to cooling your car, it is like cooling a greenhouse. Your car's temperature can rise dramatically in direct sunlight...there is no way around that. That being said, just because the outside of your car is heating up in the summer sun, that doesn’t mean that the inside has to as well. Sure you could have the air conditioning on full blast but depending on your choice of automobile, that could lead to a 10% or more increase in your fuel usage. Our state-of-the-art windows tints can circumvent that by drastically reducing the amount of heat that makes its way into your car. Let our team help keep you cool!
Reduce Road Glare And Improve Overall Visibility
When most people think about car window tinting, the first thing that comes to mind is the classic 5% limo tint that is almost impossible to see through. This is not the case when it comes to window films that we have available at Buckeye Window Tint. Sure, you can go for a darker shade to get an extra boost in privacy but we also have auto window tints that are almost clear and won’t hinder your visibility on the road at all. Furthermore, all of our auto window tints noticeably reduce glare – either from the sun or from other motorists. This makes our auto window tints especially ideal for nighttime driving.
Reduce in-vehicle UV exposure
As a part of its skin care program, The Skin Cancer Foundation recommends the use of window tint to block harmful UV rays. This is why high-quality window tinting should never just stop at your home or your place of work, it should also extend to your car as well. UV rays aren’t going to just stop targeting you when you’re driving to the grocery store or commuting to and from work. In fact, according to health officials, skin cancers in the U.S. are more common on the left side of the body primarily because drivers leave themselves exposed on their left side. This is why a high-quality car or truck window tint is an absolute necessity if you want to protect yourself while driving.