Common Residential Window Tinting Issues

The goal of a top window tinting school is to ensure all of the graduates from the automotive and residential window tinting courses have the skills, knowledge, and experience to begin earning money in window tinting immediately.

Unfortunately, not all training programs are taught by Master Level installers, and many of the participants in our courses have mistaken ideas or assumptions about correct procedures and methods. This is particularly true for residential window tinting as the assumption is often that this is a very simple and easy procedure.

Challenges with Size and Location

Residential window tinting or flat glass window tinting has its own set of challenges. Two of the most obvious issues are the sheer size of the windows as well as their location in the home. With a vehicle, all glass is within easy reach, but, in a home, the windows may only be accessible by ladders or scaffolding, which makes planning and pre-installation prep a significant part of the process.

Different Methods with Tinting Flat Glass

A common misconception with residential window tinting is that it is merely a variation on automotive glass tinting. While there are some similarities between the two, the different techniques, methods, and even the tools used vary between the two processes.

Options in Films

The choice in the type of auto window tinting films is restricted by specific auto tinting laws. Residential or commercial flat glass in buildings or structures offers a wider choice in films for safety and security or for decorative types of looks. There are even exterior types of films that are highly effective for flat glass based on the specifics of the application.

To ensure you have the knowledge and training you need to get the job done right, and to make the most of your training time, book a two-day Flat Glass Window Tinting Training Course today.

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