"We've had 3 cars done over the years w/TNT & always recommend them to others. The guys there are great, quick and always do a phenomenal job."
"Very quick service and my tint looks great! Good customer service as well."
"Quick and friendly service! Highly recommend this place...they do an awesome job!"
"They got me right in and did an amazing job on my new car. Thanks TNT!"
"Very good, nice people, competent staff with fair price."
"They're legit. Good price, good quality, and good service."
"I absolutely love that I was in and out and they were very professional. I love the tint on my BMW. Thanks TNT"
"Great shop, attention to detail and backs up their service & product."
"Just got my 2016 ILX tinted and it's super clean. Place is really dope and professional. Definitely recommending to all my friends and family. See Rico. Dude's mad cool!!!!"
"Cheapest in town. My suv looks great. I love the way they work."
Message from the owner
Window tinting adds style and beauty to your vehicle. And is one of the cheapest ways to change the appearance of your car.
Blocks UV Rays
Ultraviolet rays crack and fade your vehicles interior, as well as harming your skin.
What thieves cannot see they usually will leave alone.
Window film holds glass together in the event of breakage, preventing flying shards.
The suns glare can make it difficult to see at times. Tinting the windows can help this.
During summer months window tint blocks a large percentage of the suns rays, making your air conditioner much more efficient.
During winter months window film holds heat inside the vehicle making it more comfortable for passengers.
Lowers Energy Costs
By allowing you to turn your air conditioner down, window tint saves you gasoline.
There are 2 primary types of window film. They are Metalized and Non-Metalized. Metalized films have a metallic "sheen" to them. Some are very slight, while others are more noticeable. They tend to hold out a lot more heat and UV (ultraviolet light which is what cracks and fades upholstery, dashboards, etc...) because they reflect the suns rays back out of the vehicle. Non-Metalized films also hold out heat, and UV, but they have no reflective "sheen", and have a more "flat" look to them.
When you come in for your appointment, you will be shown all the different types, and degrees of tinting. We will explain all the laws, and make recommendations based on the color of your vehicle, and years of experience in what looks best on certain vehicles. Pictured below are some of the most popular colors, but we do carry other films (bronze, green, etc...)
Smoke Grey (Non-Metalized)
Graphite High Performance (Metalized)
Charcoal High Performance (Metalized)
United States Window Tint Laws
TNT Window Specialists in Virginia Beach/Hampton Roads is the areas premier window tinting company. Our window tinting specialists have been tinting your cars and offices for more than 20 years. We also bring that expertise to you in quality window tinting installation for your home.
Do you want to reduce incoming heat to your home?
Installing window tinting films to your home can reduce up to 80% of incoming heat.
Worried about fading damage to your furniture, wooden floors, draperies, artwork and more?
Installing window tinting films to your home can reduce damaging ultra-violet rays by up to 99%
Do you hate the glare on your TV, artwork and computer screens?
Installing window tinting films to your home can reduce glare
Unhappy with that morning sun in your eyes?
Installing window tinting films to your bedroom windows allows you to keep sleeping when you want to.
Tired of rising energy costs?
Reduce your air-conditioning costs by applying window tinting films and reducing the incoming rays.
Do you want to update the exterior of your home quickly and painlessly?
Allow our professionally trained window tinting specialists help you choose the right shade and color for you.
Worried about flying glass during high winds and hurricanes?
Ask about our safety films that reduce the risk of damage to your home.
TNT Window Tinting Specialists apply window tinting film to commercial office buildings, hotels, restaurants, warehouses and any building looking to reduce energy costs, enhance their appearance or have added privacy.
We have professional, certified window film specialists to apply your window tint without interruption to your daily activities. We currently have 80 plus different window tints in stock to choose from.
- Reduce incoming heat by up to 80% by applying window tinting film
- Reduce damaging ultra-violet rays by 99% with our window tinting films
- Reduce glare on computer screens, TV’s and office equipment by applying window tinting films
- Reduce air conditioning costs by having your windows tinted
- Update your exterior by applying window tinting films.
- Reduce the risk of flying glass by applying our safety window tinting films
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- Rolling windows down: We recommend that you leave your windows up for 48 hours (2 days) after they are tinted. This will allow the film time to adhere to the glass so it will not peel when it is finally rolled down.
- Drying time: For the first few days after your windows are tinted they will be cloudy, hazy, and you may see little water pockets forming in the tint. This is normal! When windows are tinted, the squeegee can only remove a certain amount of the water from between the film, and the glass. As the film dries, the remaining water will form little pockets. These will simply evaporate and go away by themselves. The amount of time before your new tint will be totally dry is determined by the amount of sunlight it gets. If it's cloudy and overcast outside, it will take longer, if it's hot and sunny, then the film dries very quickly.
- Cleaning: After your windows are tinted, you need to wait a couple of days to clean them. Basically, you do not want to risk pulling the tint loose, before it has a chance to dry. Once your vehicle has been tinted the windows will have been lightly wiped down, but will probably need a proper cleaning. A soft paper towel and any non-ammonia cleaner (do not use the blue "Windex with ammonia D", or any blue colored cleaners because they usually have ammonia in them). You can use: Vinegar Windex (Green), or any of the citrus Windex's,. There are other cleaners made specifically for tinted windows such as Eagle One's 20/20. which are very good. In addition you can use soap and water, vinegar and water, or really anything without ammonia or abrasives.
- Seat belt chips: Care should be used when exiting the car, and removing the seat belt. In some cars the seat belt will "snap" into the glass and cause little chips in the window film. This is not covered in the warranty!
- Dot Matrix Issues: Most modern vehicles have a black ceramic dotted edge around them, as well as at the top of the rear window. Window film as a rule does not stick to this. the dots hold the film away from from the glass causing a "whitish" look, after the film has dried, you can simply take a finger and run around the edge on the inside. Most of the time this will press the air out. At the top of the rear glass the dots are much thicker, and in most cases the window film will be cut back off of these. This is to make sure the film has actual glass to stick to, rather than ceramic. On some vehicles this may be bothersome to have the top couple inches not tinted. There is a way to black the area out after the film has totally dried. Give us a call for details.
- Scratches in the glass and/or film: Vehicles older than a year or so will generally have scratches that run up and down on the windows that roll down. This is caused by little pieces of sand and debris that get lodged in between the outside gasket, and the glass. The window going up, and down, creates tiny scratches that most people never even notice are there. Until they have window film installed on the inside. Installing tint behind these surface scratches makes them stand out more than they did before the vehicle was tinted. Unfortunately, there is nothing that can be done about them. They are simply the effects of time on the vehicle. In some cases (especially vehicles that frequent sandy, or muddy conditions) these grains of sand/dirt will become lodged between the inside gasket and the film, and cause scratches in it. We do not cover this sort of thing in the warranty. Simply because, short of replacing the gasket with a new/clean one, there is no way to cause it from happening again, and again. Keep in mind that this same sand scratches the glass itself, so it will certainly scratch window film. If you have this problem, and replace the gasket(s), we will generally replace the tint free of charge the first time.