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Commercial Window Tint Spotlight: Panorama® Non-Reflective Ceramic Window Film | Suntamers Window Tinting Florida
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Commercial Window Tint Spotlight: Panorama® Non-Reflective Ceramic Window Film

When it comes to business window tinting one of our most requested and installed films continues to be non-reflective ceramic window film. And today we’re talking about one of our favorite brands: the Panorama® brand manufactured by Solar Guard. This elite commercial window film successfully lowers energy costs without restricting visible light from entering your office, and that’s just the start of it.

It also creates a stylish, modern look for the exterior of office buildings, retail storefronts, malls, restaurants, and more.

Why we recommend Panorama® Non-Reflective Ceramic Window Film

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Can Home Window Tint Help Make My Home More Energy Efficient? | Suntamers Home Window Tinting Florida
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Can Home Window Tint Help Make My Home More Energy Efficient?

Energy efficiency and sustainability have become an increasingly important topic, and you may find yourself wondering what you can do to live more efficiently. Efforts such as conserving water and decreasing your use of plastics can help on a global level, but what about on a local level?

Let’s get super local and talk about those little things that can help to increase your home’s energy efficiency.

As home owner and apartment renters we’ve all experienced the unwelcome shock of unexpectedly high energy bill. Usually this happens when that first very cold, or very hot month (depending on where you live) hits.
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What Causes Bubbles on Car Window Tint? | Suntamers Southwest Florida Window Tint Company
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What Causes Bubbles on Car Window Tint?

Car Window Tinting helps to protect you from the effects of UV rays, but that’s not the only reason to head to your nearest automotive window tint store and tint it up! Properly applied window tint makes your car or truck look great and revs up your road style game. On the other hand, a poor window tint application can make your car look worse than having no tint at all.
And nothing says bad tint job like those tell-tale bubbles of bad craftsmanship.

What Causes Bubbles on Car Window Tint

There’s actually a few reasons bubbles may occur:
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Why Car Window Tint is the Perfect Unexpected Gift for Holiday Visitors | Suntamers Southwest Florida Window Tinting
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Why Car Window Tint is the Perfect Unexpected Gift for Holiday Visitors

It’s official, we’ve shifted full gear into the Holiday Season. And as Southwest Florida begins to welcome our friends and family from the north, we’ve got an unexpected gift giving idea: Car Window Tint.

The greatest gifts are often the ones that no one sees coming, and what’s more unexpected than the gift of car window tinting! You may think we’re joking around, but there are actually some very good reasons to surprise your friends from the north with new window tint.

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4 Types of Reflective Film for Your Home Window Tint | Suntamers
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4 Types of Reflective Film for Your Home Window Tint

So, you’ve made the decision to purchase window tinting for your home, but what kind of tint should you choose? Your window tinting company will be able to help you discover the right type of tint for your window, but why not get a head start and a gain little knowledge?

Let us introduce you to the 4 main types of Reflective Window Tint Film for your home.

1. Non-Reflective Ceramic Window Film

As you may have guessed by the name, this type of film does not have that reflective surface that you often find on commercial businesses with window tint. However, it does work just as hard at keeping your home protected from sun damage while still letting light in.

Features Non-Reflective Ceramic Window Film

  • No Metallic Appearance
  • Blocks U/V Rays
  • Reflects Heat
  • Allows Light to Enter

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Commercial Window Film Installation Process | Suntamers
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What to Expect During the Commercial Window Film Installation Process

Southwest Florida Businesses can lower energy bills and protect the integrity of their interiors with Commercial Window Tinting. When you make the choice to add window film to your retail space it’s important to understand the process involved.

If you are working with a professional window tint company, they will take the time to explain all of your options and work with you to choose the right commercial tint(s) for your needs. After the right tint has been determined, a convenient time will be scheduled for installation.

So, you’ve chosen the right commercial window tint for your business and now it’s time to let the professionals do what they do best and install your window tint. But wait, how exactly does that work?

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What is the Best Paint Protection Film for Cars? | Suntamers Window Tinting Florida
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What is the Best Paint Protection Film for Cars?

Protecting your car starts with the proper car window tint, but it doesn’t stop there. Many people aren’t even aware that they can go the extra mile to protect their cars, trucks, and vans from road debris with paint protection film. 

When paint protection film is properly applied by the professionals it is almost undetectable. But even though you may not see it, this film is working hard to protect the look of your vehicle. The best paint protection films will protect your vehicle from:

  • Stains from insect impacts
  • Road salt
  • Road sand
  • Scratches
  • Nicks
  • Damage from small road debris

What the Pros Use – Nano-Fusion® Paint Protection System

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What You Really Need to Know About Window Tinting – From the Experts | Suntamers Florida Window Tinting Company
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What You Really Need to Know About Window Tinting – From the Experts

When you’re the oldest window tinting company you’ve seen, heard, and tinted it all. You’ve also learned a thing or two about what it takes to become a trusted name in home, business, and car window tinting.

As window tint experts we’re here to tell you what you really need to know about window tinting.

Scammers are out there – Beware

Bad window tint services can be found across the country, and Southwest Florida is no exception. From poor quality to unlicensed workers, to UV-less film and more. There’s a lot of different ways to be scammed when it comes to window tinting, and there’s just as many issues that arise from a bad window tint job:

  • UV Damage to Property
  • Wasted Money
  • Bogus Warranties
  • Broken Windows

Read more about how to avoid window tinting scams. A good rule of thumb for avoiding scammers is to do your research and choose a window tinting company with a physical location.
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Florida Car Window Tinting Laws | Suntamers Florida Window Tinting Company
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Florida Car Window Tinting Laws

Did you know that car window tinting laws can vary by state? Did you also know that the window tint laws apply to more than the darkness of your tint? There’s also reflectiveness to take into consideration. Also, the type of vehicle you own can influence the tint allowance.

Florida Car Window Tinting Laws

Below you will find Florida’s Window Tinting Laws. Use them to help you determine the correct tint for your vehicle.

Window Tint Darkness

Sedans

Windshield: Tint must be non-reflective and can only be applied above the AS-1 line (around 5 inches allowance).
Front Side Windows: Must allow more than 28% of light in.
Back Side Windows: Must allow more than 15% of light in.
Rear Window: Must allow more than 15% of light in.
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Choosing the Right Car Window Tint | Suntamers Window Tinting Service SW Florida
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Choosing the Right Window Tint for your Car

Know your tint level limitations

Suntamers is an experienced car window tinting company, and if we’ve learned anything in our 45 years as a business it’s this: the sun is out to get all of us.

Knowing this, you may be inclined to choose the darkest tint available for your car, but did you know that dark window tint can make it harder to see at night? Additionally, state laws regulate tint levels, so you will need to check before choosing your tint level. Or you could just skip the hassle and have a professional auto window tint company  do the work.

Florida Car Window Tinting Laws | Suntamers Car Window Tinting Company Florida

Don’t tint outdoors

You know how you need to clean the screen on your smartphone before applying the screen protector, and even then, you end up with little bits of fuzz under there? That’s because you’re working in an uncontrolled environment.
The same issues arise with outdoor or mobile car tinting companies. A slight breeze and you’ve got a grimy layer of pollen, bugs, dust, and dirt between your window and your new car film. Car window tinting should always be performed indoors in a controlled environment.
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