Busted Back Window? Here’s What you can do Have you busted your back window? Had an accident or got a few cracks in your glass? No matter the extent of the damage it’s important to get a technician to take a look as soon as possible. For the most part there’s not much you can […]
Broken Car Window? Here’s What to Do No one expects a broken window, but sometimes unexpected weather, rough terrain and falling debris gets in the way resulting in damage. If you’ve found your car window is damaged, here’s what to do. Where is the damage? Damage to side windows might not be as grave an […]
If you have damaged your windscreen you may need to replace it. While some glass chips can be fixed with acrylic resin, certain damage will only worsen. Plus it is a safety hazard. So when should you replace your windscreen? Severe damage Your windscreen can crack if debris or force hits the surface, from rocks […]
Windscreen damage, small to large cracks Your windscreen is a critical part in your safety when driving, which is why it’s so important it is in tact. But sometimes unexpected issues occur, and you find yourself with a cracked or chipped windscreen. When this occurs, there are two options: replace the windscreen completely or repair […]
Can your windscreen crack be repaired? When you crack your windscreen there are two options: repair through an acrylic resin that fills the air pocket, or a complete replacement if the damage is irreparable. Naturally a complete replacement can be costly, which is why many prefer to just get the glass repaired. So how do […]
Windscreen damage? Here’s what to do. Windscreens are a critical part of your vehicle and safety, and any damage to them is not just an aesthetic issue, but a significant hazard for you and your passengers. When you spot a chip or an accident occurs, you want to get it looked at immediately. Types of […]
Cracked Windscreen? Here’s What to Do We don’t always know what’s going to happen, and sometimes unexpected incidents cause unexpected damage. Windscreens are fairly durable and resistant to fairly minor debris, however if the windscreen is structurally week, or it has been met with a harsh blow you might find some damage to your glass. […]
Factory window tint, or privacy glass, works by dying the glass to achieve a dark pigment. This pigment makes the windows appear almost completely black in the light, allowing for complete privacy. Factory window tint has a VLT of 15-20%, meaning 15%-20% of light goes through the windows.
There are lots of reasons why you may want to tint your vehicle’s windows, and a lot of the time it is for aesthetic/visual reasons. But tinting is an investment, and you want to be sure you’re making the right choice. So is tinting your car really worth it?
Window tinting is expressed with the percentage of VLT, or Visible Light Transmission. This refers to the percentage of light that is transmitted through the windows of your car. Tinting your windows minuses the percentage of light transmitted, making it a desirable service for those looking to minimise sun exposure.