DT Services Window Tinting uses a High Tech system to pre-cut your window tinting and custom designs in window film. We also use this same system to cut Clearbra Paint Protection patterns for your vehicle. This insures that damage to your vehicle is greatly reduced or eliminated because no blades come into contact with your vehicle windows or surface.
Our computerized cutting program assures accuracy and guarantees a consistent, clean window tint installation every time.
Slow, tedious, and not so accurate. This method is definitely the "old-school" approach and considered totally out dated.
The "old" way of window tinting is to take the window film out of the box, place it over the window to be tinted, and hand cut the pattern for the window. The margin for error was very high and damage to the customer's vehicle was always present.
Still, this is the way we (and most everybody else) tinted cars for 17 years, and we did excellent work.
Nearly all of our competition still tints this way.
Then, in 2004, we invested in a high-tech computerized cutting system. The results have been phenomenal to say the least!
Now, the computer pre-cuts the pattern for your car before we install the actual window film. As a result of using this high tech window tinting cutting system, an installer's cutting blade or knife never comes into contact with your precious vehicle. Moldings do not get cut or damaged, and nothing* is laid on the outside of the glass prior to installation. We just unroll the pattern for your car, clean the windows, and install the window film to the inside of your car. What could be more efficient?
Now we can custom cut virtually any design in window tint and put it in the tinting for a truly unique look that mirrors your own unique personality!
Here is the view looking from out of a parts van for a local BMW/Mini dealership. You can clearly see through of the window tint and the logos.
Sometimes our clients have a special request. With this state-of-the-art system, we are able to do pretty much whatever our client wants.
This client was a HUGE "STAR WARS" fan and asked us to put what he called "Force-Lightening" in the tinting. We did, and this is the result.
A windshield banner that is way more than vinyl letters applied to the outside of the window. This is all done in window tint making this Mini Cooper truly a "one of a kind" car for its owner.
The same car from inside looking out. The letters are transparent! Try that at the local "$99 tint shop" and see what you get.
WHAT KIND OF WINDOW FILM DO YOU USE AND WHAT IS THE WARRANTY?
We have several brands available to us, but bear in mind that film brand is a minor part of the equation. A Good quality window tint installed poorly is worse than a poor quality window tint installed well.
So, we strive to use products that have a good history of quality as well as reasonable pricing.
Many installations have a “lifetime” manufacturer’s warranty. This means that the installation is warranted for as long as the original purchaser owns the vehicle and are very specific as to coverage. Only legal installations carry a manufacturer’s warranty.
DT Services Window Tinting offers a 60 Day Warranty on all installations which covers bubbling, excessive peeling, and workmanship flaws.
HOW DARK WILL YOU GO?
Our goal is to offer products that meet your needs while still being safe. Please be aware that illegal use of window tint voids any warranty from the manufacturer of the film! Please call to discuss your options.
WHAT DO YOU CHARGE?
Click on the above "Pricing" page for your answer
Areas our clients come from: Avon, Beech Grove, Broad Ripple, Brownsburg, Carmel, Clermont, Columbus, Danville, Fishers, Franklin, Greenwood, Giest, Greenfield, Indianapolis, Marion, Martinsville, McCordsville, Mooresville, Noblesville, Plainfield, Shelbyville, Southport, Westfield, Whiteland, Whitestown, Zionsville, and many central Indiana towns.
* The rear window must be heat formed during installation of window tint. Therefore, the rear window is the only window that the installer is forced to lay the pattern onto the outside. Even so, there is no cutting involved so no damage to the exterior is possible.