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  1. Hi I am a predominantly a large format graphic installer by trade, and I am looking to move on to having my own small business where I tint residential windows. I am able to install the tint and have been doing so for other companies on commercial jobs sporadically for around 5 years, but there are large gaps in my knowledge when it comes to what tints are suitable for what types of glass. My business plan was originally was that I would take calls, get measurements over the phone or by email, give a quote in Silver 20 (as I thought that was suitable for everything), and they would either have it or not. I wouldn't offer tints with a higher solar absorption that because I didn't want the risk of the glass breaking due to thermal stress. Now I'm a bit more knowledgeable about what I can and can't offer I will approach this differently. I would still take the calls, but I would offer come out and do my own survey, measure up, and do my own glass analysis. I am open to spending the money on a glass analysis kit, and I've done some research, but I'd to learn a little bit more. After my survey I'd offer what films are suitable. However, throughout my research on what is and is not suitable, I have not been able to find a great deal of definitive info, and I’m left with a lot that I am still unsure about. If any of you would be able to answer any of my questions, or point me in a direction where I could find my own information, I would really appreciate it. Also, if I am asking the wrong kinds of questions then I am open to suggestion. For info, I am based in the UK, where we have a mostly moderate climate. Here are my questions: 1. Can I tint toughened glass? a. If so, what is the range of solar absorption of window tints that is suitable b. If so, does single/double pane matter? 2. Can I tint tempered glass? a. If so, what is the range of solar absorption of window tints that is suitable b. If so, does single/double pane matter? 3. Can I tint laminated glass? a. If so, what is the range of solar absorption of window tints that is suitable b. If so, does single/double pane matter? 4. Can I tint safety glass? a. If so, what is the range of solar absorption of window tints that is suitable b. If so, does single/double pane matter? 5. Can I tint glass with a low-e coating? a. If so, what is the range of solar absorption of window tints that is suitable b. If so, does single/double pane matter? 6. Is there a maximum or minimum thickness of glass that I can tint? 7. What is the range of solar absorption of window tints that is suitable for glass that has a blind behind it, and is that governed by what type of glass? 8. What is the range of solar absorption of window tints that is suitable for glass which that is partially shaded, and is that governed by what type of glass? Many thanks in advance for help that anyone is able to offer.
  2. We have many jobs coming up and are looking to hire a flat glass window tinter in Las Vegas. We do not work on any cars, we strictly tint flat glass. Will need to have experience. **Prefer to hire someone who lives in Las Vegas** Contact: Stephanie Email: pacifictint@gmail.com Call: (702) 254-5054
  3. *** Window Tint and Film Sales & Installation Technician Needed *** (San Diego) hide this posting Established, high quality 20 year old window tinting and window film treatment company looking to hire an additional sales and installation technician now. We are a constantly growing window tint shop with a flawless reputation that is seeking someone who is looking for a quality conscious company to help grow and grow with. We specialize in all phases of window tinting. We use only the best in quality films and expect only the best in installation workmanship. At a minimum, we are looking for an experienced and professional installation technician with a minimum of 5+ years of professional film sales and installation experience. Applicant should be highly motivated, very reliable, has a positive attitude, takes pride in their work, pays attention to detail, drug free, drama free, clean and professional appearance. Must have valid drivers license and clean driving record. Having your own basic supply of tools is a plus. What I am really looking for someone to fulfill the position of a residential/commercial window film and/or window tinting project sales manager/installation technician with a minimum of 10 years of verifiable experience. Along with having the innate ability to continually provide only the very best in outstanding customer service and care, the desired individual should have the ability to demonstrate a track record of success in the qualities listed above and below. At the very least, this individual should be completely competent in; - project evaluation, cost, and analysis - accurate project estimation - customer follow-up to ensure satisfaction - equipment acquisition and logistics for project completion - ability to ensure and maintain quality in workmanship - display proper care in material usage, handling, and storage - inventory management As an additional area of experience and professionalism, the individual should also be able to; - successfully demonstrate the ability to continually generate new business through - including but not limited to, the utilization of local area business network groups and associations. - individual should be able to train and work cohesively with coworkers and demonstrate positive leadership qualities necessary for successful team development as the company continues to grow. We have a flexible schedule, comfortable & relaxed work environment, and a very competitive pay structure while compensation will be discussed and is primarily dependent on experience, professionalism, and all around level of quality. Contact me to discuss opportunities and a time to sit down and talk. - Virgil Ryan Cell... 541-420-4587 www.superiorwindowsolutions.com Tint, tinter, tinting jobs, sales, commission S.W.S. Residential Pay Chart.pdf S.W.S. Sales Structure.pdf
  4. WANTED: Commercial/Residential window tinter in Las Vegas, Nevada for part time/full time work -Must live in Las Vegas, NV -Must have own reliable transportation -Must have experience with tinting commercial / residential windows/glass -Ability to tint cars is a plus Will be drug tested upon hiring. Please call: (702) 254-5054 for more information (or e-mail PacificTint@Gmail.com) if you think you will be a good fit for our company! -Pacific Tint LLC Attached Images 0
  5. WANTED: Commercial/Residential window tinter in Las Vegas, Nevada for part time/full time work -Must live in Las Vegas, NV -Must have own reliable transportation -Must have experience with tinting commercial / residential windows/glass Will be drug tested if hired. Please call: (702) 254-5054 for more information and if you think you will be a good fit for our company! -Pacific Tint LLC
  6. Looking for experienced window tinter to work for Pacific Tint, in Las Vegas, Nevada. Must have own transportation. Need ASAP. Call (702) 254-5054
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