How much does this cost?
 
 
How much does tinting my home cost?
The cost of having window tint installed in your home can be as little as $1,000 and as much as $5,000. The cost can vary depending on many factors.
Product
The product you choose has a lot to do with how much the project can cost. With the average single family home costing $1500 to tint, choosing a higher performing or specialty product will impact the price. During our consultation, i will listen closely to your concerns, and formulate a plan to control the issues you are having. It could be heat, privacy, or even to block UV to prevent fading. We only carry name brand high end films. This gives us confidence the film will not fail prematurely, as well as knowing that the specifications listed, are not inflated. Every single product we carry has been tested by a third party and reported accurately. We provide accurate quotes emailed to you on the spot so you can easily compare our price with any other company. We pride ourselves in our transparency. Spec sheets for all products can also be given so you can see each test result for Total Solar Energy Rejected (TSER), UV rejection as well as Glare reduction on every single product.
Square footage
All of our films are sold by the square foot. Newer houses are being built with less and less windows and instead focusing on window placement to maximize sunlight while maintaining great insulation.
Height
Safety first, second, and last. Falls happen. In Canada, more than 40,000 workers get injured annually due to fall accidents and one person every day is taken to hospital after falling off of a ladder at home. We pride ourselves on working safely. Often scaffolds or tall ladders are required to do the job safely. Having multiple safety tickets from industry leaders have taught us how to work safely, even at heights. Tinting requires both hands to be free to work, so extension ladders are out. Scaffolds are often used to access high windows where a ladder wont work. Coming home at the end of the day in one piece is our #1 concern.
Scaffolding and fall arrest equipment can be expensive, but working safely is the only way to work.