Marine Window Tint
The Tint Factory marine window tinting provides cool view protection by adding a permanent barrier between your boat’s interior and the destructive effects of the sun. Marine and RV manufacturers are producing Luxury and high-end vessels with higher grade interiors, so it has become increasingly crucial to protect these interiors from fading and cracking. Boat window tinting will not only protect seats, carpets, vinyl and leather, but your air conditioner won’t have to work as hard so you’ll save fuel and help extend the life of the air conditioning system.
Our window films cut down on potentially dangerous (UV-A and UV-B) rays caused by the sun. The Skin Cancer Foundation reminds you that time spent in the sun unprotected will put passengers at risk of skin cancer and sun damage. UV rays can easily penetrate windows, so in addition to sunscreen, boat window tinting blocks up to 99% of the suns cancer-causing rays, making it a reliable way to reduce your cancer risk.
In an era where health, youth, and appearance is of great importance to many, studies have shown ultraviolet rays to advance our skin’s aging process, and to cause melanoma, a potentially deadly form of skin cancer. Additionally, boat window tinting cuts potentially dangerous glare from the water, reflective surfaces, and from other vessels’ lights at night.
Why Tint Your Boat?
There’s no doubt that boat window tinting is one of the best ways to improve the look and comfort of your Boat or RV. As you cruise, you’ll find that your vessel is much cooler and more comfortable. Boat window tinting also makes the glass safer and the interior is less likely to crack or fade.
Why Choose Tint Factory?
The Tint Factory has provided boat window tinting for years and we have the experience, skills and tools necessary to get the job done right. Our professional service technicians are trained for marine window tinting applications and styling services. Boat and RV glass often comes with some degree of factory tint although it usually does not supply adequate heat and glare reduction or privacy and does not eliminate harmful UV rays that cause fading.