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Tesla Window Tinting in North Carolina

Legal Car Tinting Services​

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Top Edge Window Tinting, specializes in Tesla’s at our Cary, North Carolina location

We have done many Tesla window tints, making us acutely familiar with specific nuances to these cars. We are able to film the entire Model 3 rear window in one seamless piece. All Tesla doors that have frameless glass the film will come exactly to the edge creating a factory look. There is no problem with the fact that the door glass drops about a 1/2″ when the door opens. Filming the entire windshield for heat protection is also not a problem.

Model 3

We are able to film the entire Model 3 rear window in one seamless piece.

Model Y

Model Y comes with a factory tint on the rear windows. Those meter 20%. Many want to match the front exactly to the back, which can be done with a 20% film, however that won’t pass the annual inspection. The darkest legal 35% matches very well albeit a little lighter. Another common choice is to tint the rear windows with a light shade. this will keep the look of the rear the same while adding a lot of heat protection.

Model S

Model X

Model 3

We are able to film the entire Model 3 rear window in one seamless piece.

Model Y

Model Y comes with a factory tint on the rear windows. Those meter 20%. Many want to match the front exactly to the back, which can be done with a 20% film, however that won’t pass the annual inspection. The darkest legal 35% matches very well albeit a little lighter. Another common choice is to tint the rear windows with a light shade. this will keep the look of the rear the same while adding a lot of heat protection.

Model S

Model X

Cars Model

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We offer only the two best possible films available, Xpel Prime XR Ceramic and XR+ Ceramic. They are both high-end films known for their excellent heat rejection abilities and clarity.

Film Specs

VLT= The amount of light allowed to come thought the film

IR= Infra-Red heat rejected

TSER= Hear rejection

VLT= The amount of light allowed to come thought the film

IR= Infra-Red heat rejected

TSER= Hear rejection

PRIME XR CERAMICVLTTSERIRUVGLARE REDUCTION
Popular for windshields
80%
42%
78%
99%
14%
70%
49%
88%
99%
27%
55%
50%
83%
99%
41%
45%
52%
83%
99%
50%
NC State darkest legal
35%
59%
84%
99%
60%
20%
64%
85%
99%
78%
Privacy dark film
15%
55%
85%
99%
83%

Prime XR + CeramicVLTTSERIRUVGlare Reduction
Popular for winshields
70%
52%
93%
99%
27%
55%
53%
97%
99%
37%
45%
58%
97%
99%
58%
NC State legal **Most Popular
35%
59%
97%
99%
58%
20%
66%
97%
99%
80%
Privacy dark film
15%
69%
97%
99%
88%

Which Film is Best for me?

There are a lot of films listed above, let me try and narrow it down some. Most people want to go with the darkest legal film allowed in North Carolina, which is the 35%. For windshields most go with a very light shade, either 80% or 70%. The main objective for tinting the windshield is to block as much heat as possible and reduce the glare a bit, without impeding you visibility. As far as XR vs XR+ the main difference is that XR+ blocks even more IR heat.

Happily choosing the film level &darkness doesn’t need to be determined until the job gets started. It is much easier to make this decision when you can see the film samples in person. I am always happy to show you samples and discuss all the options when you come in.

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How Much Does it Cost to Tint Your Tesla Here in North Carolina?

Good question, one price doesn’t fit all. There are a few factors such as film type, which model and which windows (some people want the panoramic roof tinted, others the windshield…etc…). I can give you some general ranges but for an exact price I would need to know which model you have, what level of film you would like, and which windows. As a guideline tinting two front doors only (like on a Model Y to match the back) range $150. – $180.00. A full car (consists of all side windows and the rear window) ranges $375.00 – $675.00. For additional job types please call / text us at 919-922.8858.

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