Houston's X-Pert Tint & Alarms offering new window film from Wincos Madico
X-Pert Tint & Alarms, Houston's custom automotive-service provider for over 30 years, is now selling Wincos Madico, a specialty automotive window film.
"Madico has stood the test of time by offering only the finest combination of performance features to our customers," Madico's website says. "The auto tints are available in a variety of shades and colors, making it easy to accent the look of your car while taking advantage of the pinnacle of tint technology. There's no better combination of quality, function and looks in automotive films anywhere else."
Auto window films require a performance from windows that matches the rest of vehicle, and Wincos Window Cosmetics automotive films do just that. Coupling natural beauty and solid scientific research, Wincos Madico created the ultimate in window film style and performance.
The Wincos films allow the achievement of high-heat rejection without dark tinted windows, obscuring the view. They offer:
• A lifetime, no-fade warranty.
• Improved comfort due to maximum heat and glare reduction.
• Improved personal safety by blocking 99 percent of UV rays.
• Reduced fading of the vehicle's interior.
• Help holding shattered glass together in the event of an accident.
• Extreme IR rejection - up to 92 percent.
For more information about X-Pert Tint & Alarms, please call 281-575-0371 or visit its website at www.xperttintandalarms.com. The shop is located at 11231 Southwest Freeway in Houston.
About X-Pert Tint & Alarms
X-Pert Tint & Alarms has over 30 years of quality industry experience under its belt. There isn't a better auto tinting value in the greater Houston area. X-Pert Tint & Alarms is a locally owned and operated business with auto, residential and commercial tinting expertise, auto alarm service, and the finest paint protection brands. Its highly qualified specialists value prompt, professional service and always stand behind a commitment to superior workmanship.
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