Savage has specialized in automotive and residential window tinting for over 20 years. Unlike most shops, window tinting is performed in house by full-time staffed professionals. We use only the highest quality window films, including color stable and metallic films featuring a lifetime warranty.
Questions to ask when shopping for window tint:
- What type of film do you use?
- Is there a warranty offered on the film and the service?
- How long have you been in business at this location?
- How are the windows prepped for film?
Things to consider when getting your windows tinted:
- Many automotive shops including most all car dealerships farm out window tinting to the lowest bidder, sacrificing quality of materials and craftsmanship. Savage’s window tinting professional is also the owner and operator of the store. We stand behind our work and take pride in performing the best job with the best materials every time.
- The “Darkness” or “Lightness” of window film is measured by the percentage of light emitted through the window film. So for example, a “20%” window tint allows only 20% of light to be emitted through the film, which is therefore a darker tint then a “35%” window tint, which allows a higher percentage of light to pass through.
- Each state has their own individual laws in place as to how dark you can tint your windows, and what windows can and cannot be tinted. Please check your local laws or contact us for assistance.
- 20% film on a light colored exterior car with a dark colored interior will appear darker than 20% film on a dark colored exterior car with a light colored interior. We have several examples of film applied on cars here at Savage so you can make the best decision.
For quotes or appointments, please e-mail email@example.com or call 631-289-2220.
“Cheap” window films are colored with poor quality dye and applied with cheap, low quality glue.
Exhibit A: this BMW M3 came in with some cheesy mirror fade to black tint on it that was peeling.
Below are some pictures of us removing the film off the entire car and reapplying 3M Color Stable film.
All film is custom cut to each specific window by hand to ensure the tightest clearances with no “Daylight” coming through the glass, also known as Micro-Edging.
Before application, each window is thoroughly cleaned and scraped with stainless steel razor blades to ensure all contamination is removed from the window.
After all film is applied, the film is left to set up for an hour or so. It is then inspected, touched-up if necessary, and cleaned with a silicone based window film cleaner.
The finished product!