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Window Tint Packages

Level 1 – Good Level 2 – Better Level 3 – Best
Carbon Tint Nano Ceramic Tint EXPEL or 3M Nano Ceramic Tint
Lifetime Warranty Lifetime Warranty Lifetime Warranty
Made in the USA Made in the USA Made in India and China
Front Doors Only – $90 Front Doors Only – $125 Front Doors Only – $200
2 Door Vehicle – $190 2 Door Vehicle – $250 2 Door Vehicle – $350
4 Door Vehicle – $250 4 Door Vehicle – $325 4 Door Vehicle – $450
Full Size SUV – $300 Full Size SUV – $375 Full Size SUV – $475
Color Stable Carbon No fading or purpling No fading or purpling
Up to 51% heat rejection Up to 66% solar energy rejection Up to 71% solar energy rejection
Reject 99% Ultra Violet Ray Reject 99% Ultra Violet Ray Reject 98% Ultra Violet Ray
Infrared IR reduction 51% Infrared IR reduction 98% Infrared IR reduction 99%
Scratch Resistant Scratch Resistant Scratch Resistant
  Zero interference with electronics Zero interference with electronics
    Hydrophobic Properties
Shades available in 5%, 15%, 20%, 30%, 50% (the lower the %, the darker the tint)

Additional Services

  • Sunroofs from $50-$250 depending on film and coverage area

  • Rock chip protection tint from $200-$300. Offered in 75% and 50% shades


We also offer a do-it-yourself option. Call for more information.

What are the different types of tint films? What type of window tint should I get?

All window tint films reduce the amount of visible light coming into a vehicle, which helps reduce glare and provides more privacy. All of the ones we recommend are claimed to block up to 99% of UV radiation, which helps protect your skin and reduces the potential for fading and damage to interior materials.

The most economical tints use layers of dyes, which have an adhesive layer on the bottom, a tinted layer in the middle and a polyester coating on the surface for protection. They look good and don’t cost much, but they fade more quickly and can take on a purplish cast over time.

Metalized films use tiny metallic particles within the tinting layer to reflect more sunlight, which helps reduce the amount of heat entering the vehicle and better resists fading. This type has fallen out of favor with many drivers, though, because of reports that the metallic particles can interfere with electronic signals of phones, portable GPS navigators and other in-car consumer electronics.

For many drivers, a better alternative is a carbon window tint, which replaces the metal, which can play havoc with digital signals, with particles with tiny bits of carbon. This has similar heat-reflective properties but without the chance of electronic interference. It also has a matte-like finish that many people like, and it holds up better than basic dyed films.

The most expensive type is ceramic film, which uses nano-sized ceramic particles instead of carbon or metal. It blocks more infrared radiation and heat from entering the car than carbon films, and it’s very durable and long-lasting. Unfortunately, it’s also the most expensive.

  • Can I Install Window Tint Myself?

Generally, window tints aren’t tricky to install, but they do require a few tools, a clean environment, and an ample amount of patience. The easiest type to install is a precut kit, which has been trimmed to fit your specific car model. With a roll of film, you need to measure the windows and cut the film to the right size yourself.

Once cut, most products are installed by spraying the inside of a window with a soap-and-water solution, positioning the film on the window, and smoothing it out with a squeegee. While many products come with a squeegee, it helps to have a good basic installation kit, which you can get for under $20.

Before attempting the installation, we recommend you read over the instructions that many companies provide on their websites. There are also many installation videos available, either on company websites or YouTube.

Compound curved glass, such as rear windows that curve in both directions, can be the biggest challenge for first-timers. Some companies advise you to shrink the film with a heat gun to get it to fit well, and there are a number of good YouTube videos, such as this one, that show you how to do it. A good heat gun costs about $30, or $50 as part of an installation kit. Other companies recommend installing it in horizontal strips, even though this can leave visible seams in the tint.

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Full Tilt Wraps – Tulsa OK
Phone: 918.992.9002 or 405.351.9878

Commercial Vehicle Wraps, Trailer Wraps, Custom RV & Bus Wraps, Boats, Racecars, Walls, Floors, Windows, Window Tinting, Paint Protection Film

Serving Tulsa and the surrounding Oklahoma areas.

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