RV Window Tinting
We Are The Number 1
Choice For RV Window Tinting in Florida
With more than three
decades of experience serving those discriminating enough to demand
the very best.
If you are an average RVer, you will spend over five weeks and 2,700
miles in your RV this year. It becomes your “home away from home” as
well as your transportation. Comfort is very important to you and
window tinting your RV is an excellent way to improve comfort by reflecting
heat, reducing glare, and protecting your RVs interior from fading.
You can even save fuel by not having to run your air conditioning as
Window tint or privacy film, can be applied in just a few hours.
There are a few things to consider when choosing window tinting for
your RV. First, consider how much privacy you want. As a rule of
thumb, the lighter the film, the less your privacy. The shinier
(more reflective) the film, the more your daytime privacy. At night,
ALL films will appear more or less reflective inside, depending upon
the brightness of your indoor lighting. People will easily be able
to see inside your RV so for privacy at night, just pull your
draperies or blinds closed.
The second thing to consider is how dark you want the film
to be. Window tinting film is measured by how much sunlight
is allowed to pass through. For example, if you have film
that is rated at 30, then only 30% of the sunlight is
allowed through. As a reference, limousines commonly use 5%
tint, a very low percentage which is why you can’t see in.
But the lower the number, the less you will be able to see
out. If you like the view, go with a higher percentage.
Thirdly, consider the color of the tint. Films come in metallized
(more reflective) as well as non-metalized (less reflective)
charcoal. Darker metalized films offer the most privacy while
lighter non-metalized films offer a lot of UV and glare reduction
while still providing good viewing properties.
Finally, we recommend residential type window tinting film. It is
specifically designed for flat surfaces and is different than
automotive window tinting, offering a stronger, more permanent type
of adhesive. If you do opt for automotive tint, ensure you don’t go
below 30% as cracking of your RV windows could happen during high
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