AARON’S TINTING SERVICE
AUTOMOTIVE, COMMERCIAL, & RESIDENTIAL WINDOW TINTING
UV RAY PROTECTION
Our standard window film is a color stable dyed film that blocks up to 99% of the sun's harmful UV rays. What does that mean for you? Your new tint will not fade or turn purple; you and your vehicle interior will be protected from the sun.
Be "cool" while you are driving and upgrade to our premium nano-ceramic window film to block up to 88% infrared radiation. (Our most popular choice)
ALL OF YOUR PROJECTS-TINTED!
From farm tractors, to campers, to many UTV side-by sides, we have tinted it all!
WHAT TYPE OF FILMS DO WE OFFER?
Here at Aaron's Tinting Service, we want nothing but the best quality products to provide to our customers.
**If we don't like it, we don't offer it, PERIOD!**
And though there are many different types of films on the market, at this time we only offer ONE line of film that is not only most popular at our shop giving our customers the best performing film!
With our XPEL PRIME XR, Utilizing a nano-ceramic construction, PRIME XR maintains the same flawless appearance and clarity throughout the years. Not only does this film offer 99% UV Protection but also Blocking up to 78% infrared heat rejection, this film will provide you with the level of performance you expect from a top of the line film and of coarse, without breaking the bank!
All films are backed by a Lifetime Transferrable Warranty, as well as we offer our in-house shop warranty!
What are the Legal Limits?
A question that we are asked a lot is how dark can your vehicle windows be tinted. The legal limits for automotive window tint vary from state to state. According to section 307.173 of the Missouri Statues, the current automotive window tint VLT (Visible Light Transmission) legal limits are:
Glare Strip (brow): No VLT limit, tint no lower than the AS1 markings on windshield
Front Driver/Front Passenger Windows: 35% VLT
Rear Driver/Rear Passenger Windows: No VLT limits
Rear Glass (Back glass): No VLT limits
To see the most current and up to date information on Missouri tinting laws, please visit the Missouri Revisor of Statues website at https://revisor.mo.gov.