Tint Boyz Professional Window Tinting
Computer Cut Installation
Lifetime Warranty
If you are looking for the lowest bidder, please keep looking. If you want your car to stand out and look great, come to Tint Boyz..

 Satisfaction Guaranteed!


  Our scratch resistant films ensure your complete satisfaction and comfort
year after year. To prove it, all our films are backed by a life-time warranty which covers bubbling, peeling, delaminating, adhesive failure and discoloration.


The Finest Selection


   Our films are available in a variety of shades with different light transmission levels to satisfy
local tint laws. You can choose from high performance metallized films or durable Carbon Fiber Films for Vehicles with navigation systems,


 Benefits of the World’s Best Films

  
 No purple or bubbly windows – ever. Guaranteed! Nationwide lifetime warranty covers any defects. Receiving your warranty card is the best assurance you can get. You’ll know you have the finest film available and properly installed by a certified dealer. Our Carbon Series will not interfere with radio, cellular or GPS systems. Most durable, scratch-resistant coatings in the industry.

 ComputerCut System

 
  Tint Boyz uses the most advanced computerized cutting system in the industry. We have over 1200 vehicle patterns in  our database, and the number grows everyday. Our cutting process is more accurate, faster and efficient than the competition, resulting in savings and quality which are passed on to you. Computer cut process eliminates cutting on your car with a razor blade or having to remove any door panels. 

 How Does Window Film Work?

Tint is created when tinting film is bonded onto a piece of window
glass. Tinting film is usually
made out of clear polyester film with a very thin and even layer of tinting agents such as dyes and/or metals deposited onto the film.

 

A common misconception is that window tint is dark and night-time driving is impossible when a car is tinted. The truth is that there are films of any darkness that suits your preference. Also, unlike sunglasses that do impair your ability to drive at night, tinting film is designed to reduce glare and not impede night-time driving.

 

Once tinting film is applied to a window, the characteristics of how visible light comes into the car changes. Normal auto glass without tint reflects around 5% of visible light (known as VLR%), absorbs another 5% (known as VLA%) and transmits 90% of visible light (known as VLT%) into the car.

 

Depending on the type and quality of tinting film applied to a window these percentages change dramatically. Some tint are more reflective and others absorb more light. The number you will most commonly see is the VLT% (Visible Light Transmittance). Almost all the official names of films include the VLT%. The VLT% tells you how much visible light is allowed to shine into the car

and also indirectly how dark the tint looks.

 

For maximum heat rejection, look for films with a high solar energy reflectance rating.

 

Wisconsin Tint Laws

Trans 305.32  Vent, side and rear windows.
  (1) All glass used in vent, side or rear windows shall be safety glass and shall be plainly marked to identify it as safety glass, or a 
certification from the glass supplier stating that the glass is approved safety glass shall be carried in the vehicle during operation or vehicle inspection, or both. All glazing in the vent, side or rear windows shall be free of sharp edges severe enough to cause injury, cracks, etching, damage or other conditions which distort or interfere with vision.

  (2) All front side windows in the driver's compartment which need to open for the making of arm signals shall operate so as to permit 
the making of arm signals.
 
  (3) The vent and front side windows may not have cloudiness or etching in excess of 2 inches from any edge. The rear window may not have cloudiness or etching in excess of 2 inches from any edge unless the vehicle is equipped with an outside rearview mirror on the left and right side of the driver's compartment.

  (4)(a) The vent and front side windows may not have any sign, poster or other nontransparent material upon them, other than a certificate or sticker issued by order of a governmental agency.
      (b) Tinting of the vent and front side windows is permitted as follows:
       1. The windows are tinted by the manufacturer of the glazing and are installed as part of the original manufacturing process.
       2. The windows are tinted by the application of tinting film to
          the inside of the glazing provided that the combination of the glazing and tinting film permits passage through the windows 
of at least 50% of the visible light striking the windows. Tinting films permitted under this subdivision may not be reflective.

       3. The windows are tinted, upon the recommendation of a physician or a Christian Science practitioner treating the owner, or an immediate family member of the owner of the vehicle, by the 
application of tinting film to the inside of the glazing provided 
that the combination of the glazing and tinting film permits 
passage through the windows of at least 35% of the visible light 
striking the windows.  Tinting films permitted under this subdivision may not be reflective. A written statement from the treating physician or Christian Science practitioner which identifies the patient, the medical condition justifying the recommendation, whether the condition is temporary or permanent and the vehicle to which the recommendation applies, including the make, model, year and vehicle identification number, shall be carried in the vehicle at all times. Tinting film applied under this subparagraph shall be removed when a vehicle covered by the recommendation is sold, when the person for whom a recommendation was made no longer resides in the household of the owner of the vehicle or when the duration of a temporary condition which is the basis for a recommendation has expired.

 (5)(a) The rear window may not have any sign, poster or other
         nontransparent material upon it, other than a certificate or
         sticker issued by order of a governmental agency.

       (b) Tinting of the rear window is permitted as follows:

       1. The window is tinted by the manufacturer of the glazing and is installed as part of the original manufacturing process.
       2. The window is tinted by the application of tinting film to the inside of the glazing provided that the combination of the 
glazing and tinting film permits passage through the window of 
at least 35% of the visible light striking the window. The tinting films permitted under this subdivision may not be reflective.

       3. If a rear window does not transmit at least 60% of the visible light striking the window, the vehicle shall be equipped with an outside rearview mirror on the left and right side of the driver's compartment.

   (6) Tinting of rear side windows is permitted as follows:
     (a) The windows are tinted by the manufacturer of the glazing and are installed as part of the original manufacturing process.
     (b) The windows are tinted by the application of tinting film to the inside of the glazing provided that the combination of the glazing and tinting film permits passage through the windows of at least 35% of the visible light striking the window. The tinting films 
permitted under this subdivision may not be reflective.

  (7) When measuring total light transmittance under subs. (4) (b), (5) (b) and (6), law enforcement officers shall allow a tolerance of 3%.
History:  Cr. Register, February, 1996, No. 482, eff. 3-1-96.
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