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Breakdown of Different Levels of Tint
Which method of window tinting a vehicle owner chooses is partially determined by how dark the tint should be. Each method produces a different VLT. Which one a driver chooses could be decided by factors such as the reason for tinting, and what percentage of VLT is legal in their state.
Factory Tint: The VLT of factory tint is 74-85%, depending on where the car is originally shipped for sale. This tint is applied by dying the glass, prior to sale.
OEM Tint: OEM tint can be ordered to be any VLT that’s desired, but may be subject to the applicable laws in the state where it’s ordered. OEM tint is generally an upgrade that’s done in European countries. OEM tint is applied by adding a mixture to the glass during manufacturing.
Film Tint: Film tint can be purchased with a VLT as high as 90%, or as low as 2.5%. Film tint is installed by a licensed mechanic.
Cut Your Home Cooling Costs Up to 50%
According to the EPA Energy Star Buildings Manual in the United States, approximately half of a home's utility bills are wasted by loss of heat and heat gain through untreated windows. Home window tinting can significantly improve energy efficiency. With a thin, virtually invisible addition to your home's existing windows, Vista window film can help you save up to 50% on cooling costs.
Reduce Heat and Glare
Open your blinds, shades, or draperies and let the sunlight in. In addition to blocking heat, Vista home window tint reduces glare by up to 87%, making it easier for you to watch television or work on a computer in the comfort of your home. Because Vista window film is made with ultra-clear, distortion-free materials, you won't even know it's there.