Posts by Category : SolarGard

We have talked about next generation tinted windows on our blog where glass darkens in varying degrees due to electrical voltage applied.  This allows passengers of vehicles or owners of homes, to customize the level of tint required in a flick of a switch or a turn of a dial.  Sage glass has developed dynamic glass products which are installed at many schools such as Ball State University, Chabot College, and Kansas University.

Sage Glass has announced that they

Newly released SolarGard UltraGard is a clear 89% light transmitting film that blocs 99% of both UV-A and UV-B.  Normal glass windows does not block UV-B, and a portion of UV-A.  Unfortunately, it has been shown that regular exposures to both types of ultraviolet radiation can lead to increased risk of skin cancer.  This causes situations where you are at risk in your daily commute to work or curling up in front of a window reading your favorite books.


The window film manufacturers continue to innovate and bring more value to their dealers.  SolarGard is leading the charge in this new area of bringing window film estimation tools to your mobile devices like the Apple iPad and iPhone.  Instead of pulling out your large laptop, and waiting for it to boot-up during a discussion with a client while making awkward small talk as your wait, the SolarGard mobile application allows you to instantly whip out your iPhone or

A new loyalty program has been unveiled for SolarGard brand tint shops. Similar to air miles for airlines where repeat customers can accrue miles flown in exchange for flight upgrades or car rentals, SolarGard wants to reward its loyal tint dealers that have been with them.

Each dollar spent with SolarGard on film products, electronic computer-cut access, marketing support, or equipment fee earn a point for each dollar spent. SolarGard Dealer Points accrued can be redeemed for travel, electronics, books,

This modern building of stone and glass houses Kansas University’s Center for Design Research.  Giving a place for meeting, lectures, and experiments in design for the University students, this building itself has non-standard roots.  The exterior stonework are byproducts of stone manufacturing:

The exterior stonework was created from cottonwood limestone tailings—the waste product from manufacturing stone. Between March and May, several students cut each of the tailings down into smaller blocks. “I don’t know if they had done something bad,” Thomas

One of our readers posted this question to TintCenter for advice:

I have a 2003 passat with dark tinted windows to include the drivers and passager windows. This is not legal in CA where I live but I have a doctors note due melanoma. I get pulled over a few times a year and the note has worked until today. CHP says the note only works if its removable tint. I need to take my exsiting tinting off, to get my fix it ticket resolved. but

A Courier Jounal of  Louisville, KY had a recent article explains the classic misunderstanding in window film warranty policy between a car tint shop and a buyer.  The buyer states in his complaint:

On Jan. 9, 2006, I had the windows on my newly purchased car tinted at Auto-Sound on Rockford Lane. I was given documents that stated the job came with a lifetime warranty. I was very well satisfied with the tinting until this past summer when a bubbling