look for in an installer

Window tinting (or film) offers so many benefits to the homeowner. You can make significant savings to your energy bills by reducing heat on hot days and retaining warmth on cold days. Tint can minimise glare and protect furnishings and carpets from fading, and it offers a level of privacy you will never receive from curtains or blinds. Window tinting is popular with renovators as it also adds an instant lift to the curb appeal of your home.

Window tinting is a job best left to the professional and finding the right installer for the job is the key.  You want an industry leader, and this is where the expert team from tint.melbourne can help. We’ve built our reputation over the past decade by offering competitive prices and by using only the best products. Our quality tinting solutions are surpassed only by our exceptional customer service and reliability, saving you time, money and headaches. 

But, what else do you need to look for in an installer? We’ve put together a few tips to help you select the right person for the job.

Experience

Always select a professional installer with many years of experience. Window film installed by an inexperienced installer may result in a job with air bubbles or dirt and grime under the film which will greatly reduce the longevity of the film and can look unsightly. That means your tint will need to be replaced relatively soon.

Always select a professional installer with many years of experience. Window film installed by an inexperienced installer may result in a job with air bubbles which will cause damage to the film and look unsightly. It will also mean your tint will need to be replaced relatively quickly.

There are several Australian standards within the window tint industry, and your installer must be aware of and comply with them. 

Good quality products

As good as your installer is, they still must use premium films. Cheaper films are harder to install and lack the quality of brands such as 3M and Llumar.

Member of WFAANZ

Although a mouthful of an acronym, WFAANZ stand for Window Film Association of Australia and New Zealand. WFAANZ is the industry body and was established 35 years ago. Its members agree to stick to a strict code of ethics and comply with Australian Standards. Their members are the best window tinters in the Country. To see if the company you’re looking at hiring for the job is a member of WFAANZ head over to https://www.wfaanz.org.au/directory/ and select your area under “Select Category”

Finding the right installer for the job does not need to be tricky or lengthy. Check the three main points listed, and you can rest assured you have the best possible person and products for the job. tint.melbourne is available now to discuss a window tint solution perfect for your home or business.