Car Window Tinting Pearland

Vehicle Window Tinting in Houston, TX

Convenience is everything these days with how busy people are. We will come to you for all your tinting needs on your vehicle(s). Gina, our master tint tech, is an expert at the craft no matter how big or complex the job is. We have every shade of tint film available so just give us a quick call or email now and we can head your way!

Residential, Commercial & Automotive

Block out the hot Texas sun with window tinting. You can save money on air conditioning, and the tinting eventually pays for itself. Tinting is a real help for preserving your car's interior as well, especially leather. Be smart and engineer your environment with window tinting by Soundjamz.

Texas Window Tinting Laws & Regulations

We'll keep you legal! We are well familiar with Texas state regulations and laws regarding window tinting. When you let Soundjamz install your window tinting, you can relax, knowing you're within regulation.

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  • Get better mpg by not having to run the air conditioning so high

  • Protect the interior from high heat and UV rays

  • Reduced glare = safer driving

  • Increased privacy

Benefits of Window Tinting Your Car

  • Want to keep your car looking as good as the day you bought it? Automotive window tint allows you to block harmful sun rays from damaging your interior.

  • Window tint protects you by blocking UV rays. 

  • Hate getting into a burning hot car? Auto tint will help keep your car cooler in the summer. 

  • Windshield tint will also help block glare from coming in and hindering your vision while you are driving.​

  • It adds extra privacy for you and protection for the possessions left inside the car.

 

We have an understanding of the Texas laws with regards to window tinting and we guarantee legality and your satisfaction!

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"Jenna did an Amazing Job on my tint. And I dropped my car off and picked it up everything was done on time. Friendly Staff."

-Sandra W.

Texas Auto Window Tint Laws FAQ

What are Texas window tinting darkness laws?


Texas law limits the darkness, color, and placement of vehicle window tinting. Window tint darkness is regulated by Visible Light Transmission (VLT), the percentage of visible light allowed through the combined window and tinting. Specific rules vary depending on the type of vehicle (e.g. sedan, SUV, or van) and its use, but these tint regulations usually apply:

  • The front windshield must not be tinted below the AS-1 line or five inches below the top of the windshield. (The AS-1 line is a line marked near the top of many windshields with "AS-1".)
  • Front windshield and front side window tinting must be a light transmittance value of 25% or more (measured in combination with the original glass).
  • Those windows must have a luminous reflectance value of 25% or less (measured in combination with the original glass).
  • The tinting cannot be red, amber, or blue in color.
  • Back side windows can be any darkness.
  • Rear windows may be any darkness if the vehicle has side outside mirrors; otherwise, 25% VLT.
  • Clear or un-tinted UV film is allowed on front windshields.
Some vehicles may qualify for exceptions, such as those whose drivers have permits for medical exceptions. Law enforcement vehicles may use tinting of any darkness. Limos, buses, and taxis operated by transportation agencies are also excempt from window tinting laws in Texas. A professional window tinting shop will ensure you comply with the darkness laws.




How reflective can window tinting be in Texas?


Window tinting can contains metallic elements that reflect light to reduce glare and heat generation. Texas law requires that such reflective tinting now be more than 25% reflective.




Can I tint all of my car windows?


By law, you cannot tint anywhere below the AS-1 line or the top five inches of the front windshield. Front side windows, back side windows, and rear windows may be tinted, provided they are of an appropriate darkness (as described above).