Types of Window Tint
There are a variety of window films available based on your unique needs. Window film from XPel-Vision ranges from light to dark, shiny to no shine.
If you’re looking for a darker, shinier tint, XPel Evening View, will give your exterior a secure glare that keeps prying eyes away from your interior.
However, if you’re looking for a more transparent tint, XPel’s Dark Neutral expels searing heat rays and provides glare reduction that doesn’t come with a silvery, reflective glare.
Some customers like to see a glare, like a two-way mirror you see in detective shows. Others want totally clear window film that’s virtually undetectable to the naked eye.
Sun Masters DFW works with several residential customers that live in Dallas homeowner associations. We understand that many homeowner associations have restrictions that prevent homeowners from changing the look of their home’s exterior. As such, we trust X-Pel’s Neutral or Clear View window tint for these tinting projects. These tint options will not make your windows’ exterior shiny and let any home blend into its environment while also warding off damaging UV rays.
Clear View Plus is the End-All-Be-All of window film. It cuts heat but still allows light. Clear View Plus offers high performance without that shiny, mirrored look that most people expect from a strong window film.
For the customer that isn’t ready to invest in Clear View Plus. Clear View Ceramic similarly affects an environment but has lower performance numbers.