Car Window Tinting

Brisbane’s premiere automotive window tinting specialists

Why Choose Solar Style For Your Car Window Tinting

If you’re looking for window tinting services, Solar Style’s window tinting team is one of the most experienced in Brisbane. All of our tinters have worked more than 10 years in the industry. Our friendly staff will help you pick the best window tinting solution for your car’s windows. Book your car window tinting with Solar Solar, the tinting professionals today.

Why Tint Your Car Windows?

Privacy

Tinted windows increase privacy by reducing visibility into the car’s interior, keeping personal space private while driving or parked.

UV Protection

Tinted windows block harmful UV rays, protecting occupants’ skin and preventing interior surfaces from fading or cracking.

Heat Rejection

Tinted windows reduce heat entering the car, maintaining a cooler interior and reducing the need for air conditioning, especially in hot climates.

Glare Reduction

Tinted windows cut down glare from the sun and headlights, improving visibility and safety while driving.

Interior Preservation

Tinted windows protect interior materials from sun damage, preventing fading, cracking, and deterioration.

Security

Tinted windows deter thieves by making it harder to see valuable items inside the car, reducing the risk of break-ins.

Comfort

Tinted windows enhance driving comfort by reducing heat and glare, making long drives or traffic more pleasant.

Aesthetic Enhancement

Tinted windows give a sleek, stylish look to a vehicle, complementing its overall appearance.

Safety

Tinted windows help hold shattered glass together in an accident, reducing the risk of injury from broken glass.

Energy Efficiency

Tinted windows improve energy efficiency by reducing the need for air conditioning, saving fuel and lowering carbon emissions.

Discover more about the various benefits of having window tint applied to your car, including how tinted windows enhance safety and security. Contact us today for expert advice.

Car Window Tinting Options

When it comes to window tinting, there are various options available to suit different preferences and needs. Some popular options include:

3M Scotchtint Black

3M™ Colour Stable tint rivals factory glass in appearance, never turns purple, and offers high heat rejection without interfering with signals. Its nano-carbon polyester ensures excellent look and colour stability.

TSER 40%   IR Rejection 54%

3M Ceramic IR

Ceramic IR tint provides excellent infrared rejection for comfort and comes in a neutral colour. Using nano-ceramic technology, it offers high infrared rejection and is 5G-compatible.

TSER 52%   IR Rejection 85%

Rayno Phantom Series

Rayno Phantom S5

The Rayno Phantom S5 carbon ceramic film delivers quality and performance, offering superior sun protection and durability. It’s ideal for enhancing your car’s look and functionality.

TSER 51%   IR Rejection 53%

Rayno Phantom S7

Rayno Phantom S7, made of advanced carbon ceramic film, provides excellent sun protection and UV ray blockage, making it a top choice for car protection.

TSER 54%   IR Rejection 70%

Rayno Phantom S9

Rayno Phantom S9 features nano-scaled carbon particles for maximum heat rejection and clarity. Its nano-encapsulated ceramic particles ensure durability and superior heat rejection.

TSER 58%   IR Rejection 92%

Phantom Nano Carbon and Ceramic Window Tint

Each film has its own set of advantages and drawbacks forcing car owners to make a compromise no matter what they chose. However, Rayno Window Film has revolutionised the automotive window film industry with a continued drive for innovation. They have successfully found a formula to combine the unique strengths of carbon material and ceramic material, while also developing new techniques that tackle their drawbacks. The result is the Phantom Nano Carbon Ceramic Window Film offers the best attributes of both materials without any compromises for the drivers. 

To understand what makes the Phantom series so revolutionary, let’s take a look at the differences between carbon vs. ceramic auto window tint:

Carbon Window Tinting Film

Carbon tint is infused with carbon particles, which are highly effective at blocking infrared light. This helps keep car interiors cooler and won’t fade over time the way dyed films do. However, the main disadvantage of carbon is that the particles are so large that light can bounce inside the film, creating glare and haze that make it difficult to see through at times.

Ceramic Window Film

Ceramic window film, on the other hand, is made with non conductive ceramic particles that are small enough to prevent the disadvantages of the previous film while still blocking infrared light. However, ceramic car window tint oxidises relatively quickly. This means the nano ceramic window film will make the film’s original colour lighter, so the film’s shade becomes lighter, faster than carbon films.

Phantom Nano Carbon Ceramic Window Film

The Phantom Nano Carbon Ceramic window film series incorporates innovative technology that allows both carbon and ceramic particles to share the duty of protecting your car’s interior with the advantages of both while significantly reducing the downsides they would have on their own. The unique formula decreases the size of carbon particles down to a nano scale, preventing the disadvantages from the typical carbon films while maintaining its incredible durability. What’s more, by encapsulating high-purity ceramic particles, the film further enhances the colour stability of ceramic while maintaining its higher visibility. 

Working With The Best In Brisbane

Clear, honest advice about car window tinting solutions

When choosing car window tinting, consider the type of tint, colour options, cost, and VLT percentage, which affects light transmission. VLT rules vary by state, so check local regulations. Our knowledgeable staff can guide you through the options and explain Queensland’s specific rules.

As car window tinting experts, we provide clear, upfront advice on balancing cost, durability, and light transmission. Contact us online or visit our Coorparoo office for personalised assistance.

Get expert advice on car window tinting. Contact us today or visit our Coorparoo office.

Our team offers exceptional customer service and high-quality advice on car window tinting.

Working With The Best In Brisbane

Clear, honest advice about car window tinting solutions

When choosing car window tinting, consider the type of tint, colour options, cost, and VLT percentage, which affects light transmission. VLT rules vary by state, so check local regulations. Our knowledgeable staff can guide you through the options and explain Queensland’s specific rules.

As car window tinting experts, we provide clear, upfront advice on balancing cost, durability, and light transmission. Contact us online or visit our Coorparoo office for personalised assistance.

Get expert advice on car window tinting. Contact us today or visit our Coorparoo office.

Our team offers exceptional customer service and high-quality advice on car window tinting.

Frequently Asked Questions

Darkest Legal Tint QLD

Windshield: Tinting is permissible only on the upper 10% of the windshield, ensuring it does not obstruct the wiper arch, whichever is less.

Side Front Windows: The visible light transmission (VLT) for side front windows must not be below 35%.

Side Back Windows: The visible light transmission (VLT) for side back windows must not be below 20%.

Explore our selection of legally compliant tinting options, designed to offer benefits such as heat reduction, privacy, and solar protection. This variety provides you with the flexibility to select the ideal aesthetic for your car while adhering to regulations.

Professional car tinting installation process typically takes 2 to 4 hours, with an additional curing time of up to a week. Actual times may vary based on factors like the vehicle type and tint product. Contact our team to find out specific time frames based on your vehicle type and type of tint.

Properly installed window tint should not significantly affect visibility at night. However, extremely dark tint may reduce visibility, especially in low-light conditions. It’s crucial to choose a tint that complies with legal regulations and ensures safe driving visibility.

As professional tint installers, we use special tools and solutions to cleanly remove old window film when replacing worn tints or changing to a different darkness or type. Attempting to rip off tint without the proper technique can shatter glass and damage rubber seals around the window.

Never try to scrape away the old tint yourself. The safest option is always to have a skilled automotive tint shop team handle the removal process.

Have an old tint to remove? Contact us for professional removal.

For the front windscreen, you can only tint a strip at the top of your windscreen due to Queensland regulations and laws. You’ll need to choose a VLT percentage that provides the protection you want while remaining legal. Many customers with coupes or sedans get the front sides tinted to the legal limit (35%) and the rear windows to 20%. For SUVs/4wds we can install a clear version of whichever film you choose over the privacy glass, which will provide heat/UV rejection as the front door windows.  Our team can advise on the best formula for your specific vehicle type.

Considering tinting all your windows? Get personalised advice from our experts.

Still Have Questions?

If you still have questions, please call our helpful team, who will happily explain all about car window tinting in Brisbane.