•Before we were known as “Fort Lauderdale”, we were first called “Little River Settlement.” Hmm, it doesn’t have quite the same ring, does it?
•We’re home to many famous people, including musician Marilyn Manson, actor Lee Majors, and supermodel Niki Taylor. You may be able to spot some celebs hanging around at random times, too, as we’re a popular spot for filming movies. (Happy Gilmore, True Lies, and Caddyshack were all filmed in our neighborhood!)
•We have 23 incredible miles of beaches crammed into 36 square miles. That’s right. We’re nearly 2/3s beach, baby.
•We once had snow. Yep, January 19, 1977 is the day that went down in history as the one time we witnessed snow. Sure, it quickly melted off, but guys: we had snow!
Our commercial clients trust us to make sure their service vehicles are well insulated from the sun. That means industry leading tint on their windows.
One of the most precious gifts we have been given, is time. From automotive, to home or building needs, we fully understand that your time is important - down to the last second. Which is why our professional and experienced technicians quickly come to you anywhere - 7 days a week. Communication powered by Servgrow.
Our passion for, along with our exceptional approach to window tinting has been the heart of our strategy for building the #1 window tinting Fort Lauderdale company in Florida. Should you not be a repeat customer, soon you will see our reputation out in full force!
The straightforward answer is yes, you can tint your windshield, but there are significant restrictions and regulations you must follow. And, before you decide to tint your windshield, the most crucial factor to consider is legality. Laws vary by state and country, with specific guidelines on tint levels, reflective properties, and colors allowed. It’s essential to consult with your local Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) or equivalent authority to understand the legal boundaries before proceeding.
Yes, you can tint residential windows! In fact, it's a practice that's not only legal but also becoming increasingly popular among homeowners for its myriad of benefits. It’s important to check with your local regulations as some areas have restrictions on the level of tinting allowed, especially if you live in a community with a homeowners' association (HOA).
In general, having your windows tinted by a professional can take between 1 - 2.5 hours and in some rare occasions, up to 3.5 hours. It's important to note that the time it takes to apply window tinting is influenced by a range of factors that include the number of windows, the complexity of the window shapes, and the type of tint film being used. Whether you're looking to upgrade your car, home, or office space, understanding these factors is key to planning the tinting project. In the following sections, we'll break down the elements that play a pivotal role in the duration of the window tinting process, including lobby wait times, choosing the right window tint, so that you know exactly the time you will spend when you decide to invest in this functional and sleek window treatment.