How can I tell if my current window film is any good?

Window Film


Yes it is, and even on the front windshield! We highly recommend putting a high quality light film on the front windshield as this is a large area to prevent heat transfer.

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No not necessarily. The heat resistance is more dependent on the Infrared Rejection Rate (IRR) of the film also combined with other qualities such as visible light reflected (VIR).  The higher quality films have better IRR technology which allows a lighter film with higher heat resistance.

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If your car doesn’t currently have window film it will take approximately ½ a day.  However if your old window film needs to be removed then it may take 1-2 days depending on age/difficulty of removing the old film. The glue that holds the film on can become very hard over time, especially if left in the sun for long periods.

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All of our window film rates include free window film removal. We do have a standalone service for film removal if you are not going to be installing new film.

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Yes, please schedule this service two days in advance if possible.

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It varies from the film type and quality, but considering that the manufacturer is willing to give a warranty anywhere from 5-8 years (depending on the grade) it's likely that it could last longer than this under normal circumstances.

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Yes, we guarantee the initial window film installation quality.  There is also manufacturer warranty (ranging from 7-8 years depending on the brand and model of film) that covers fading, and bubbling under normal as long as you have a valid warranty card, and the original printed film branding has not been removed from the film.

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The obvious signs are flaking, blurry/wrinkles, and bubbles.  The less obvious sign is fading.  The easiest way to check this is to roll down your window and look at the top part of the film that has not been exposed to the sun and see if it looks darker.  You may also see this where there have been stickers on your front or back windows.

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