JJ Window and Glass Tinting

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11735 Victory Bl

North Hollywood

Ca, 91606

(818) 536-2857

JJ Window Tinting

Los Angeles and San Fernando Valley, Ca

Madico - Sun Gard - Scytek - 3M Crystalline

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Best Window Tinting in Los Angeles and San Fernando Valley.         

      We are your best source when it comes to window tinting needs. Our professional staff have over 25 years of experience. We carry the latest of window film technology. We carry ceramic, nano ceramic, hybrid, high performance, dyed, carbon fiber and premium window films. We service all major cities in southern California. You will find the best deals, professional job and friendly service. If you need to remove tint from your car or home? Call us. You don’t need appointment with us and all cars are done within an hour from the time we start. JJ Window Tinting is always ready to serve you and carry all different kinds of film from 1 ply t o 2 ply window films. A steam machine is used to remove window film to ensure full function of the defrost lines in the back window. We have a waiting area to relax and watch a movie with free wi-fi while you wait for your car.  We have been rated 4.5 star reviews over all rating from customer who are impressed with our job and service. We provide window tinting services in all San Fernando Valley and Los Angeles area.

Window Tinting Benefits.

Window tinting has lots of benefits including glare reduction, energy efficiency, makes the interior of a vehicle cool, security, blocks harmful rays like UV-AB and IR, protection in an event of car accident from glass shattering if that isn’t enough it makes the car look hot or nice.  

Car Window Tinting Special

Especial de polarizado para autos. Hablamos español.

Tint Removal

If you have a fix-it ticket for the front two windows, bring it to us. We will remove it safely

Best Prices. Watch in our 75 inch 4k tv free movies, wi-fi and phone charging while you wait.

Business Hours

Mon-Fri: 9am-6pm

Saturday 9am-5:00pm

Sunday 10:30am -4:00pm!

Car Tint Special

$125. Limited Time!

Call or Text Us:

818 536-2857

It Takes 1hr

To Tint a Car

How Much Should You Pay?

When it comes to paying for tint, there’s really no concrete yardstick to rely on. You can find discount window tinting at some lesser-known tint shops for as low as $100, but you’ll end up getting exactly what you’ve paid for in most cases. If you’re planning to go all-out on your window tint, you might end up paying upwards to $450 or even more for a luxury tint job. In the end, it really depends on the kind of tint you want and the options you want to go with. As with any other type of car customization, there are plenty of factors that can affect how much you pay for window tinting:


1. Window Tinting Job Differ From Car Types

Some cars are easier to apply tint to, while others can be a pain to tint. For instance, cars with curved or steep rear windows demand a lot of work and as a result, demand a steeper price. Cars with complex window shapes take a lot of work to cover and cars with lots of window surface area need more film to cover. Both can easily raise the price of an average tint job and it’s why sedans are usually cheaper to tint than SUVs and CUVs.

A reputable tint shop will ask about the type of vehicle you want tinted and give you an estimate of how long it’ll take and how much you can expect to pay. Don’t be afraid to shop around for the best prices, but make sure you know exactly what you are getting, and maybe more importantly, how reputable is the shop you are dealing with

 

2. Window Film Types

Quality and pricing usually go together when it comes to window tinting. Polyester dye-infused tints are common for entry-level use and they’re pretty inexpensive to boot, but you’ll end up with a basic aftermarket look. Higher-end tints use a variety of materials, including carbon and ceramic, to give off more of a factory-installed look. Fully-metallic films like Solar-Guard HP are ideal for anyone looking at high-quality tint.Keep in mind that low-cost tint usually looks good for the first few years, but it’s prone to becoming discolored and bubbles may also form as it ages. Mid-level and high-end window tinting may seem like a fortune to some, but it’ll last much longer and you won’t have to worry about having it redone years later.


Another thing to consider is the type of heat protection that window tint offers, especially in regions with warm weather. You might need a greater amount of protection from heat and UV rays in warm weather climates than you’d need in more temperate regions. Experts recommend at least 30% heat protection for tints in moderate climates and at least 45 to 50% heat protection in areas where temperatures reach 90 degrees Fahrenheit on a regular basis. Entry-level tints offer 10 to 20% protection from heat while high-end films offer 80% or more.


3. Window Film Warranty

In most cases, you’ll have the option of going with two types of warranties:

Manufacturer’s warranty – This warranty allows the manufacturer to take care of tint defects such as discoloration, but it won’t cover defects that are the installer’s fault (bubbling, peeling, etc.). The warranty on window tint  usually covers the film for 1, 3 and 5-year periods, although it’s not uncommon for manufacturers to offer lifetime warranty coverage.

Installer’s warranty – The installer is responsible for taking care of bubbling, peeling and other tint defects that come from the installation process. Usually available at additional cost and only covers the installation. The installer’s warranty should be combined with window tint that offers a lifetime warranty for the best benefit.


4. Window Tinting Shops Reputation

The best window tinting shops are capable of performing high-quality work that meets and exceeds customer expectations, but these shops don’t come cheap. Likewise, lesser known shops that offer bargain prices for window tint aren’t always known for their quality work or for using quality tint.  It's always safer to do business with a shop who’s been in business continually for 10 years or more.   Many shops have installers with 10 years of experience, but most businesses fail in the first 5 years.  Make sure that the actual business has been around for a while, and not just the installer. The Bottom Line


At the end of the day, it’s all about how much you’re willing to pay for a job well done. Budget window tinting with a couple of years warranty and done by a reputable tint shop usually costs between $150 and $180 for a compact, 2 door car. Mid-range tint jobs usually cost from $180 to $255, while high-end window tinting can run anywhere from $250 to $450 and beyond. Some shops offer specials on tint for as low as $80, but it’s “buyer beware” when it comes to cheap tint.  Remember, you get what you pay for! In short, do your homework and seek out the best tint shop your budget can handle.


Let’s not forget what two famous American’s have taught us previously, “Price is what you pay. Value is what you get” (Warren Buffet).  And Benjamin Franklin was quoted as saying, “The bitterness of poor quality remains long after the sweetness of low price is forgotten”.   These quotes hold true especially when it comes to buying something that is mostly about the skill of the installer and the reputation and commitment of the company providing the service.



Why Tint Your Car?.         

      Many people believe that tinting their car is just a waste of time. Think again people. I know  that eventually after years the window tint will give up with the beat of the sun but, if it’s not tinted then the sun is going to beat on the interior of the car and that will end up in being more expensive.  

Sun Shield.

     The window tinting serves as a sun shield that stops the harm full sun rays from entering the cars interior thus damaging it. There different window film types. Standard window films are mostly designed for looks a  little for heat blockage a little for safety or glass shattered.

Standard Vs Ceramic Tint.

     Many people wonder what is the difference between standard tint and ceramic tint. Standard is just a normal regular film that is designed mostly for look. Versus ceramic is designed to absorb heat. Ceramic can be any shade and will keep it’s performance. Most of the ceramic film is used for front windshield because it can’t be tinted dark and since ceramic performs well in light shades.

Windshield Tint.

     Some people wonder if tinting the windshield is good. Well the answer is yes it’s wonder full better said. It’s like wearing sun glasses. Sun glasses reduce glare thus making your eyes rest and not stressed. When the windshield is tinted it stops the harm full sun rays from entering the vehicle’s interior thus eliminating the dashboard from heating and rating heat from it. When the car heats up it makes the air conditioning work harder thus using much more gas.

\High Performance Window Film.

     High performance window film was back in the days the best film that money could buy. It’s a film that has a layer of titanium making it a little glossy reflective look. This condition makes it still now a good choice, because instead of absorbing the heat it rejects it away from the surface of the glass. There are myths about conflicting with the radio reception but it’s just not true at least with cars made after early year 2000. But it doesn’t stop here, not only the material is made to last longer because it has color stable technology but the glue is made to withstand more heat.

Carbon Window Film.

     Carbon window tinting is another great choice. It’s supposed to replace high performance window film. It consists of carbon particles strategically placed inside  the layers, thus blocking Ultra Violet A&B and Infrared light without the metal layer. Window film shades come on 5% or limo tint 20% or dark tint 35% or medium tint and 50% light tint.

Window Tint Removal.

     Window film removal is a process that if it’s not done right can give you a tons of head aches. An strong steamer is needed and meticulously pulling the film is needed to achieve full removal. After the removal of the film special chemicals are needed to clean the glue off the window. Some window films are easy than others. Some window films require the use of razor blades and the problem is when doing that to the back window. When using razor blades on the back window to remove the window film the defrost lines are removed too. It’s very important not to try to remove the film with razor blades. Sometimes people pull the window film of the back window but they don’t remove it right. There are 2 layers of film, if you pull only one then a second one stays which is very thin. Removing this thin film is much harder because when trying to pull the film it rips.  

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