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Window Tining

High Quality Window Tinting Service in Fort Worth

At Technics Auto-Shield, our Certified Installers will ensure that your vehicle’s window tint installation is second to none!

Window Tint

Benefits of Tinting

Exceptional Quality

At Technics Auto Shield we pride ourselves in being able to make your dreams a reality…in ways that are well beyond your expectations. Give us a call today and watch your build take shape!

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Window Tinting

Professional Window Tinting

Improving comfort, protecting car interiors and the people who occupy them is a hallmark of 3M Automotive Window Films. 3M invented car window tint in 1966 and their innovative products have provided protection from the sun’s harmful rays for more than 50 years.

Whether you’re looking for breakthrough heat-rejection technology in a clear film or simply to minimize the harmful effects of the sun, 3M Automotive Window Films are an ideal choice. While comfort and style are paramount, our non-metalized window tint options can also help you stay connected and protected with SPF factors exceeding 1000. Put the innovation of 3M to work for you.

Discover our additional services, such as the Windshield Tinting page. To learn more about us, visit Technics Auto Shield or reach out to us now!

Window Tint Types

Crystalline Automotive Film

Automotive Film

Crystalline Automotive Film


3M High Performance Hybrid Film

3M High Performance
Hybrid Film

Window Tinting

Terms to Know

Total Solar Energy Rejected (TSER)

The percentage of total solar energy rejected by filmed glass. The higher this value, the less solar heat is transmitted.

Visible Light Transmitted (VLT)

The percentage of visible light that passes directly through filmed glass: the higher the number, the lighter the film.

Infrared Rejected

The percentage of infrared light rejected by the film on the glass. Infrared light is primarily responsible for the heat you feel when driving. ​

UV Rejection

The percentage of harmful ultraviolet light that is rejected by filmed glass. Ultraviolet light contributes to sunburn and other harmful skin conditions and to the fading and deterioration of fabrics and leather.


The percentage by which visible light is reduced by the addition of film.