DIY HOME WINDOW TINTING

Save money and access the highest quality film at low prices, and install it yourself using our detailed process.

Film can turn standard home windows from boring invisible barriers into a statement piece, reflecting not only light and prying eyes, but your home’s desire to be the envy of the street.

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Compare films

Choose the right ‘tint’ for your home

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Video tutorials

Learn “how to tint’ like the professionals

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Tools

Professional grade tools in the perfect kit

Affordable Professional Window Tinting

Paying a professional
$1,650 Plus GST

Based on standard home

Includes:

  • 2 Bedrooms
  • 1 Loungeroom
  • 1 Kitchen
Being a uTint professional
$875 Including GST

Includes:

  • 2 Bedrooms
  • 1 Loungeroom
  • 1 Kitchen

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FLIMS TO EXPLORE

Take a look at our wide range of tints to suit almost all situations.

What we provide

Everything you need to clean, install and maintain your window tint.

Free instructional videos

We have an extensive video library full of useful tips and instructional videos to make sure you get fantastic results!

Professional Grade Pre Cut Film

We exclusively offer Llumar window tint – one of the worlds leading window film manufacturers.

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Professional’s Toolkit

We all know that to do a professional job, you need the right tools – that’s exactly what we offer to get the job done right… first time.

People Talk

People Talk

Nick Scott

I love to do DIY most things around house but never knew tinting could be this easy. I’m really happy with the outcome.

Craig Fox

I was so impressed with how easy the tutorial videos explained each step

Nick Scott

I never knew window tinting was so easy. I took my time, followed each step and results were amazing! #protinter

FAQs

Window film is a thin, multi-layered polyester material that incorporates the many different layers to control different properties, including Ultra-Violet (UV) light, heat, glare, and privacy. Window film comes in a variety of performance levels and shades.

The many benefits of window film include eye comfort, UV protection, aesthetics, and increased safety, privacy, and energy savings.

Film percentages stand for light transmission, or the amount of light that is allowed through the film. The lower the percentage, the darker the film.

No. In most cases, window film is installed on the inside of the glass. This allows for maximum durability.

The moisture that remains between the film and the glass after installation can cause a hazy, streaky, orange-peel appearance. It takes several days for the adhesive/film to completely cure. As the film is porous, the remaining moisture will evaporate through the film; depending on the type of film, this process may take a couple of days, or even up to a month – depending on season and amount of direct sunlight on your window. When the water evaporates completely, your windows should have excellent clarity.

After window film installation, wait 30 days before cleaning the inside of the window where the film was installed. Once 30 days has passed you can use a mild mix of dishwashing liquid (ie. Morning Fresh) and water, and a soft cloth and rubber squeegee. Never scrape the film with any type of blade or clean your tinted windows with anything abrasive. The film is scratch resistant, not scratch proof.

Damaged window film cannot be repaired, but the damaged piece of film can be removed and the glass can be retinted.

No, window film does not prevent glass from breaking. Window film does increase the safety of the glass; due to a very aggressive adhesive, the film helps to hold the pieces of broken glass together. In the event the glass breaks, due to a person running into it, or an attempted break-in, the glass will shatter, but in most instances, the film will help keep the glass together.

Yes, there are specialised window films designed to hold glass together in the case of an accidental breakage and even attempted forceful entry. Standard window films also offer increased safety and security by holding the glass together in the case of a breakage.

Yes. The same sun that brightens a room’s interior can be detrimental to fabrics, furnishings, artwork, and rugs. Ultraviolet rays and visible light are the main causes of both fade and deterioration. Window films can screen out 99% of the damaging UV rays that can fade richly coloured furniture, flooring, and artwork. Heat and light also play a part in fading, but using window film to block nearly 100% of UV rays will increase the life of your personal property for years.

Yes. Window films give a clear view to the outside. Depending on the degree of privacy desired, you can select films that prevent others from looking in during the daytime.

Yes. Glare not only can cause eye fatigue, but it can also be dangerous while working at a computer. It reduces the amount of light allowed through the film, therefore allowing you to see better and not stress your eyes.

“One-Way Film” is based on lighting, not the film itself. The side that is the brightest is the side that you can see. During the day when it is bright outside, you can see outside. At night, if you have lights on inside and no lighting outside, then it reverses.

No. The adhesive is designed to adhere to glass only. Window film should only be applied to glass surfaces that have a smooth finish.

In the app we use the phone’s camera to give you a feel for the film’s effect in your home, just hold the phone up to the window and scroll through the various options. Give it a try!

No need to get in contact for a quote, once you provide width and height measurements, you’ll see the price instantly.

We deliver Australia-wide, each piece of film is individually cut to your specifications, and carefully wrapped in a specially designed box.

We also provide a specially designed toolkit, each of our videos detail which of these tools to use at each step in the process, all you need to provide is a clean water source, and the window itself.

The app has a way to contact us via a chat tool, and we’ll soon include voice and video capabilities.