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How Much to Tint Car Windows in Brisbane: 6 Factors That Will Determine the Cost of Tinting

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A common question we get asked is, ‘How much will it cost to tint my car?’ To give you an accurate quote, we first need to collect some information from you. Why? Well, because there are quite a few factors that determine the final price of a tinting job.

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As a rough guide though, you should expect to pay around $250 for a decent tint job (good quality tint applied professionally).

Our cheapest tint starts at $165 for a sedan, but this is not a popular option.

Our most popular tint is our black tint, which costs $330 for a sedan. You may find other businesses offering cheaper quotes, but your windows can end up looking worse, not better.

So be careful who you get to tint your car. We offer a 100% Money Back Guarantee on workmanship.

If you’d like to know the cost of car window tinting in Brisbane, contact our friendly staff on (07) 3808 8747. They’ll ask you a few questions about your car and give you a no-obligation quote.

Here are 6 factors that will determine the cost to tint car windows. They’re also the kinds of questions we’ll ask you to work out a quote.

1. How many car windows do you want tinted?

When some people say they want their car tinted, they’re talking about tinting the entire car—all side and back windows, as well as a strip along the top of the windscreen. While other people only want one or two windows tinted.

Obviously, how many windows you want tinted is a big contributing factor to the overall cost. So this is one of the first questions we’ll ask you.

Contact us now and get a tinting quote.

2. How big are your car windows?

Not all cars are created equal. And neither are window sizes. A small car is going to have small windows and less surface area to tint, so will cost less. And a big car will have larger windows and more surface area to tint.

Bigger windows mean that we need to use more tint product, so these will be more expensive than smaller windows.

3. What kind of car do you have?

One of the other key questions we’ll ask you is what kind of car you have. The cost of a tint job will vary depending on whether you have a:

How Much to Tint Car Windows Brisbane: 6 Cost Factors of Tinting

  • sedan
  • wagon
  • hatch-back
  • ute
  • 4WD
  • commercial vehicle.

The make and model of your car will determine how many windows the car has (e.g. a wagon has more windows than a sedan), as well as the size of the windows.

Commercial vehicles

Are you looking to tint a commercial vehicle? If so, this will affect the tinting cost. For example, a van with lots of big windows will cost more than a small car. And commercial vehicles can be tinted with special commercial tints (that are darker than other tints), which may cost more.

Contact us now for a detailed quote to tint your car or commercial vehicle.

4. How old is your car?

Another question we’ll ask you is the age of your car. Not because we prefer to tint newer cars, or vice versa, but because some older cars are more difficult to tint.

Knowing the age of your car will help us determine if there are going to be any tricky door areas that will take longer to tint. Most new cars don’t have these issues.

5. Is your car currently tinted?

A big factor in determining the cost of a tinting job is whether your car is already tinted. If it is, we can’t simply put new tint over the top of the old tint. The existing tint needs to be carefully removed, and the windows cleaned and prepared for a new tint to be applied.

Removing old tint takes extra time and resources. If your car is currently tinted, getting it re-tinted will be more expensive than a car without any tint.

Contact us to find out how much it will cost to tint your vehicle.

6. What type of Car tint do you want?

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As you can see, most of the cost factors for a tint job are to do with your car. However, another big factor is the type of tint that you want.

At We Tint Windows, we stock a range of quality tints with different features. As each is made from different materials (using different technology), some tints cost more than others.

So the type of tint you want will affect the overall cost. Find out more about our most popular car tints.

Our more expensive tints

Our high-tech, high-quality tints—such as the 3M crystalline tint, metallic tint, and cool tint—are at the higher end of the price spectrum. The crystalline tint is the highest quality on the market, and can cost around $895 for a sedan.

Our cheaper car window tints

Our budget tint is our cheapest tint. It’s designed to give you an effective tint at a great price. Also, our 3M metal tint offers great value for money. Our cheapest tint starts at $165 for a sedan.

Our most popular tint

By far our most popular car tint is our black tint. This is also our darkest legal tint for private vehicles. This costs around $330 for a sedan.

Get a detailed quote from We Tint Windows

How Much to Tint Car Windows Brisbane: 6 Cost Factors of TintingTo find out an exact car window tinting price, give us a call at We Tint Windows. We’ll ask you a few questions about your car and what type of tint you’d like. Then we can give you an accurate price estimate for the job.

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