we have one or two immediate openings for experienced window film techs. we service San Gabriel Valley and surrounding areas.
we have been in business since 1993. we provide competitive pay and bonuses for top quality workmanship. 5 to 6 days a week flexible hrs. NO SUNDAYS!
we pay weekly, provide company transportation for flat glass projects. lets set up a meeting thank you
626 255-4987 please call or text.
Sun Pro Glass Commercial and Residential Tinting Sun Pro Glass Tinting is now hiring experienced installers for all the following
*Residential & Commercial window tinting
*Wet Glaze attachment system
*Decal & logo installs
Please sent your resume or contact information to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 281-242-0222
I tried it a few years ago and would never use it in a professional setting. Wasn't impressed with how it handled or the overall look after installation. The scratch coat was so weak that I could hardly push it without scaring.
With that said I've been on Global products almost exclusively for the last four or five years because of the tough top coating and have had zero product failures for any reason to date. My earliest Global install was over a decade ago, still with no failures. FWIW I use only the HP and Ceramics in their lineup.
Hello all 1st post. I've always done my own window tint and/or have had friends do it. So im being untrustworthy on my film in which I paid to have done.
I paid for llumar ctx 15% (looks 20) and irx 50% for Windsheild.
BTU in the sky/sun was around 400 and while trying to point to the same area of the sun my side windows were reading 40btu and my windshield was reading 90btu.
Same test on ASWF Retro 50 was 110-115BTU. So im having a tough time believing IRX llumar is only 20 or so less BTUs than ASWF Retro
What do y'all all think?