Welcome to Just Window Tinting the most comprehensive directory site in the UK, covering everything to do with Automotive Window tinting
The site contains the largest list of companies, Tinting Film Suppliers, Tinters, Tinting Equipment and Information related to the tinting world, split into Tinting by County and Tinting by Town, along with loads of useful facts related to the industry.
Window Tinting is not just a fashion statement, but in today's environmentally friendly world, window tinting can benefit both the car interior and the driver/passenger experience. Most premium quality products reject 99% of harmful UV rays, which can in time discolour interior trims, but also be of benefit to those traveling in a vehicle, given that long exposure to UV can cause complications with health.
Metallised (or alloy) tinting films are also excellent heat rejectors, making for a more pleasant driving environment on long journeys as well as assisting on those long hot days when returning to you car and realising you forgot to park under a tree!
If you are looking to have your own car tinted, you will find a local and reputable tinter available on this site.
If you are a Window Tinter, large or small, this site will point you in the direction of any of your needs. The site cover Tinting Film Suppliers and Tinting Equipment, whilst keeping you up to date with the legalities of UK Tinting laws and any changes that may occur, as and when they happen in the section - Is Tinting Legal?
For those people looking to tint their own car, a section on DIY Kits will give you full information on where you can buy the products and also a comprehensive list of Recommended Fitting instructions
Window Tinting can look dreadful when done badly but fantastic when done well. If you are considering having this done to your car, make sure you ask all the relevant questions to your local tinter and make sure they are using quality films and accessories. Most of the products manufactured in Europe and USA are of good quality, but beware of inferior products which have now surfaced from the Far East. Whilst they can be attractive on price, they are difficult to form, have a tendency to burn under forming and often offer no guarantee.
To get a good quality finish, you should use a film with a minimum of 5 years guarantee against defects and use a tinter who offers a free replacement in the event of mistakes. They dont happen often, but they are only human.