TintDirect specialises in ceramic tint films – the highest performing residential and commercial window tints available.

Containing no dye, metal or carbon, ceramic tints are made up of tiny ceramic nano particles which are both non-conductive and non-metallic.

  • Significant heat reduction

  • Blocks 99% of UV rays

  • Increased daytime privacy

  • Maintains outside views

  • Reduce glare on TV’s and screens

  • Protects fabrics from fading

  • Enhances street appeal

  • Reduce energy costs

DIY Install

Measure and apply window tint films yourself and save on installation costs. Free tool hire is available with all tint film purchases.

TintDirect Install

We also provide a full installation service in the Bay of Plenty region. With an option to measure your own windows and save 15% on install costs.

Wholesale

As a direct importer of high quality nano-ceramic window tint film, we can supply retailers and installers with trade quantities at great prices.

When people think of tinting their windows, most often, their minds will go to vehicles. However, one of the most advantageous uses of window tinting is for buildings. Window tinting refers to the process of applying a transparent sheet of film to glass. Window films have many benefits, including, but not limited to, reducing your energy costs and decreasing the sun’s harmful UV rays.

Energy Efficiency

 

Glass windows without any sort of protective film are the biggest source of heat transmission into and out of the home. In the hot summer, sunlight pours in and in winter much of the energy you spend warming your house escapes through them just as easily. Both of these contribute to a significantly higher energy cost. By installing window tinting, you can reduce energy costs associated with heating and cooling.

 

Consistent Climate

 

Similar to energy efficiency as stated above, window tinting will help maintain a stable environment inside your home. This is beneficial not only for your net energy expenditure, but for the comfort of occupants, pets and houseplants as well. Your home will not go through dramatic temperature fluctuations throughout the day as it would without the film.

 

Increased Privacy

 

Window tinting is not only dark, but often also has a reflective layer on the outside-facing side of the film. Not only does this reflective material bounce heat and rays back to the outside, but makes it so that people outside the windows cannot see into the home as easily during the day. This will benefit you and your family with extra privacy from those walking by, or strangers trying to peer through your windows.

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Glare Reduction

Glare from the sun can have a significant impact on your comfort and productivity. For example, glare on your computer screen or television can be irritating, and may even block your view completely, which affects both your work and your recreation. Window tint not only blocks the heat from the sun, but it also reduces the blinding glare that comes through at certain points in the day and obscures your favourite television show or computer screen.

Sun Protection

Window tinting blocks harmful ultraviolet rays that can cause damage to electronics, fabrics, and furnishings. Our solar window films  block 99% of UV rays. When you tint your windows, you are protecting these items from fading and discolouration, extending the lifespan of your possessions.

Street Appeal  

Your home is not just the place where you reside. It is an investment, meant to provide financial security for you and your family. An easy way to increase your home’s value is to make improvements to the exterior, which is referred to as street appeal. Window tinting is a quick and easy way to add lasting value to your home. Paint shades, architectural styles, landscaping, and design elements need frequent updating as tastes change. Choosing to tint your windows provides protection and creates an aesthetic that can last for years with minimal investment or maintenance.

Safety & Security

While window tint can’t prevent forcible entry into your home, it does hold the glass in place longer and make entry more difficult. This benefit can also help with accidents and natural disasters. Whether your home was hit by a severe storm or a window was broken accidentally, window tint will keep glass from ending up all over the room and causing injuries to you or your family.