Square Footage Calculator – Home Window Tinting & Commercial

Need to quote window film for a residential or commercial project? To figure out the price, you’ll want first want to measure the windows that need to be tinted and calculate the square foot of the glass. By calculating the square foot, you’ll know how much tint you’ll be installing, which is what you’ll base your price around.

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Louisiana Window Tinting Laws

Automobile window tint is perhaps the best aftermarket upgrade you can make to a vehicle in Louisiana. Car tinting in this warm, sunny southern state keeps your vehicle cooler and more comfortable to operate even on the hottest days by blocking solar heat and it reduces the damaging effects of UV light on the cabin’s interior, stopping the fading and cracking and discoloration that can greatly damage the looks of the car and that reduce its resale value.

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Kentucky Window Tinting Laws

Vehicle window tint laws in Kentucky are much more complex and specific than you’ll find in most states, and they differ based not only on window type but by vehicle type as well, so we’ll go through each window of both cars and of larger vehicles in turn to make sure you have a full understanding of Kentucky window tinting laws for 2021.

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Kansas Window Tinting Laws

Kansas window tint laws are overall quite straightforward and unlike in most states, tint laws in Kansas apply cars, trucks, SUVs, and vans all equally. Thus going forward know that any automotive term, such as car or vehicle, applies to any privately owned car, truck, SUV, or van registered in the state of Kansas regardless of type or size.

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Kavaca Window Tint by Ceramic Pro

Kavaca Window Tint is a window film first introduced by Ceramic Pro at the SEMA 2020 virtual experience. Now just a few months later, Kavaca Window Tint is making it’s way to Ceramic Pro dealers. Kavaca Window Tint by Ceramic Pro currently has 2 series of window film available, Kavaca IR and KAVACA CS. The Kavaca CS line has two sub-series available, Kavaca CS Black and KAVACA CS Charcoal.

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Iowa Window Tinting Laws

Here we will here cover 2021 Iowa car window tint laws in depth to help you be sure you never violate the state’s window film rules. Iowa is among only a handful of states that allows tinted window film to be applied to the whole of the front windshield. Whereas most states limit windshield tint to the strip above the AS-1 line (between five and six inches below the top of the glass), in Iowa vehicles may have tint applied over the entire windshield.

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Indiana Window Tinting Laws

If you are interested in window tint for adding privacy and style, then be aware that Indiana has regulations governing the type of tint you can use and on which windows you can apply it. Indiana window tint laws were enacted in 2003 and are subject to change periodically. Below are the window tint laws in Indiana as of 2021. Make sure you stay up to date on the rules as your vehicle may fall out of regulation if they change because in Indiana window tint violations can be assessed as serious Class A infractions.

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Illinois Window Tinting Laws

The main factor that determines if window tint is legal or not in Illinois is its VLT percent, or visible light transmission percent, shortened to VLT. VLT concerns how much visible light passes through window film, and the more of it the clearer the window. So a window rated at 99% VLT looks almost completely clear, while a window with a 1% VLT looks completely opaque from outside the vehicle.

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Idaho Window Tinting Laws

To understand how dark window tint can be in Idaho, you need to understand the concept of visible light transmission, or VLT as it is usually abbreviated. VLT refers to the amount of light in the visible light spectrum that can pass through the tint and effectively means how clear or dark the window is made. The lower the number, the less light passes through, and the darker the window, so a 25% VLT tint is much darker than a 75% VLT, for example.

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Hawaii Window Tinting Laws

Hawaii’s first window tint laws were implemented quite a while back in 1989, and they have been updated several times as tinting technology and applications have advanced. Hawaii tint law is overall clear cut and easier to understand than the rules governing window tint in many states, but there are different rules for different vehicle types, and different rules for different windows, so it’s a good idea to check periodically to make sure your tint is inside the law.

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Georgia Window Tinting Laws

Georgia window tint laws were originally enacted in 2005 and have been updated several times since. The state’s window tint laws are clear cut and are relatively permissive, but citation costs can add up, so it’s a good idea not to push your luck. The first thing to understand is that Georgia window tint law allows for a tolerance of 3% light transmission variance, so you have a bit of flexibility with the technical darkness of your tint.

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Florida Window Tinting Laws

It is illegal to apply window tint below the AS-1 line in Florida. If your car, truck, or SUV’s AS-1 line is not clearly marked, you can measure a distance five inches below the top of the windshield or note where the sun shades touch the glass when folded down; these are each close enough approximations to use as a guide.

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Delaware Window Tinting Laws

Delaware window tint laws only allow the use of nonreflective window tint on windshields, and this is in keeping with the laws of most states, as reflective window tint could glint and flash and impair the view of drivers in oncoming traffic. Windshield tint is critical for keeping yourself safer on the road, as it can block blinding sunshine that might otherwise impair your own view.

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Connecticut Window Tinting Laws

In Connecticut window tint laws for cars, trucks, vans, SUVs, motor homes, and livery vehicles are all specific and varied based on vehicle type, and the state allows for window tint medical exemptions as well. Because the laws governing window film in Connecticut are so specific, it’s best practice to look at them separated by vehicle type. But first it’s also a good idea to understand why window tint for a car is such a good idea.

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Colorado Window Tinting Laws

With its high elevation and many sunny days, Colorado is a state where car window tint is a must. But if you are going to get window film for a vehicle in Colorado, you must understand Colorado tint laws, because the penalty for illegal window tint in Colorado can be harsh. Window tint laws in Colorado were officially enacted in the year 1995 but have been changed several times over the years and are always subject to change again.

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Window Tint Scheduling Software

There are many ways to run your window tint business but there is one app that brings all of it together in a way that makes your life easier and your customers happier.⁣

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Easy Way to Increase Sales for Your Window Tint Business

In this article we will discuss how you can increase sales for your window tint business by increasing your closing %. Try it and see how big of an instant impact it has on your business.

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California Window Tinting Laws

California window tint laws explained. Find the answers to common questions such as what is the darkest legal shade of window tint allowed in California and how much a tint ticket costs.

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Arkansas Window Tinting Laws

Everything you need to know regarding Arkansas window tint laws such as the Arkansas window tint ticket cost and what is the darkest shade of window tint legally allowed in Arkansas.

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Arizona Window Tinting Laws

Everything you need to know about Arizona window tint laws such as the window tint law fine in Arizona, info about the window tint medical exemption and answers to common questions such as what is the darkest window tint shade can legally have in Arizona.

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