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Most metropolitan areas have an abundance of tint buy choices. In the San Francisco, CA area alone, there are 30 different tint buys within a 25 mile radius. How does a consumer choose the tint buy that does quality work? What is the difference between a "Dr. Tint" and a "Quality Window Tinting"?
We at Tint Center suggest that you do a little research. First compile a list of 5 potential tint buys that are likely to do good work. Ask your friends an co-workers who have tinted their cars which tint buys they chose, look in the Yellow Pages and mark down the tint buys with large professional advertisements, or come to TintCenter.com and get price quotes from a local tint buys.
Once you have this list in-hand, its time to interview each dealer:
- How long have you been in business at this location? Do you have other buys in the area?
Good tint buys prosper despite other local competition by offering good service at reasonable prices. You should find a tint buy that has been in business for 5 or more years at the same location, this shows a stable business that will be there years down the road if somehow the tint goes bad.
Often time’s successful tint buys also open car tinting branches in neighboring cities. Although the installers may not be of the highest quality since opening new buys means training new employees; however, branches are a sure sign of a successful tinting business.
- What types of films do you carry? What warranty do you offer on your work?
Quality tint buys carry complete lines of window film from one or multiple window film manufacturers. They should carry dyed, hybrid, and metallic window films in a variety of colors and darkness. Beware of tint buys that only carry one or two types of film, and sells them aggressively. They may have acquired this film on sale, and may not be thinking of your unique requirements and concerns.
Maria A. Iglesias
Managing Director Wedding Lingerie
23754 Mount Pleasant Landing Cir
Saint Michaels, MD 21663-2516