If a crack occurs on your tinted windshield, you may be wondering if the crack can be filled or if replacing the tinted window is your only option.  Here are some tips:

First, what is the law for Window Tint?

According to FindLaw.com, in practical terms, “window tinting” refers to methods that prevent certain levels of light from passing through the safety glass — meaning the windshield, side windows, and rear window of a vehicle.

The safety glass on most newer cars and passenger vehicles has been coated or treated so that some degree of window tinting is in place, to keep out harmful ultra-violet (UV) rays. This tinting is done during the manufacturing process, and is almost always in compliance with federal and state window tinting laws and regulations.

Whatever your reason for wanting tinted windows on your car, truck, or other passenger vehicle, you should get familiar with laws that regulate vehicle window tinting, as well as exemptions under those laws.

Repairing the Crack and the Window Film

The window film can be cut, the crack filled and then the film replaced.  There will be seams that you can see.  A better option would be to talk with us at Polzin Glass.  We work with your insurance company to get your window repaired to like new condition.

Man installing window tinting on car.

Replacing the Window Film

You can also ask about replacing the window film all together when a repair is made.  Often, this is a better visual solution as there are no seams.

Schedule an appointment with Polzin Glass today!