Window Tinting Services

Privacy & Heat Rejection

Window Tinting

Utilizing a nano-ceramic construction, PRIME XR maintains the same flawless appearance and clarity throughout the years. Blocking up to 88% infrared heat rejection, PRIME XR will provide you with the level of performance you expect from a top-of-the line film without breaking the bank.

About Our Window Tinting Technology

  • Ceramic Particle Technology
    XPEL PRIME XR contains ceramic particles that filter out the sun’s infrared radiation — making them more effective than traditional metallized or dyed films.
  • Superior Heat Rejection
    Our ceramic particle technology blocks the vast majority of the sun’s heat-causing infrared radiation — keeping your interior cool and improving fuel efficiency.
  • UV Ray Protection
    XPEL PRIME XR provides SPF 1,000 protection that effectively blocks over 99% of harmful Ultraviolet rays that can lead to numerous skin cancers, premature aging and skin cell damage.
  • Greater Clarity
    In the past, keeping cool meant darker shades. The ceramic technology in XPEL PRIME XR allows us to provide the highest performance without sacrificing clarity and color.
  • Crystal Clear Signal
    Our nano-ceramic particle technology does not interfere with radio, cellular, and Bluetooth signals like traditional metallized films.

Add A New Look

Window Tinting Options

XPEL Prime CS

XPEL Prime XR

FAQ's

There are different levels of paint correction. Depending on the amount of defects you want removed, you can choose a polish only, a cut and polish, or a cut, polish & finish. We call these "steps" or "stages" of paint correction.

Yes, you can polish your car on your own but if you don't have experience or the right tools, you take a very high risk of leaving holograms or burning the clear coat.

If you look at your car in direct sunlight and it appears dull or oxidized, you need paint correction. If you see swirls on your car left behind by machine car wash bristles, your car needs paint correction. The best way to see the severity of the paint is to stop by your local detail shop and have them show you the defects under special color-matching LED lights.

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