Window Tinting Installation


If you are looking to customize your car while simultaneously protecting the interior of your vehicle then tinting is your best option. Your car goes through tremendous stress when it is simply sitting in a parking lot.  If the leather is taking a beating on the interior of the car, just imagine what the sun’s UV rays are doing to your own skin.  Skin cancer is  far too common. With the increased strength of the sun’s rays, more and more car drivers are being diagnosed with skin cancer.  Add protection to your leather, protection for your skin and peace of mind for your belongings inside the cabin with tint film.

At Ceramic Pro Belle Chasse we do a ton of repair on leather interior damage. Many times caused by UV damage, the damage caused from the sun is both unsightly and costly. Certain trucks are especially susceptible to damage and we have seen some trucks that are so weather beaten inside that you see the discoloration at the top of the panels. By tinting the windows you will limit the exposure of the sun on your interior. We have seen vehicles come into our shop with melted plastic, as it gets so hot. Protect your cars interior with our Ceramic Tint packages with films manufactured by Llumen. We have options that meet any shade and are fully customizable to the make and model of the car. Keep your car clean, secure and cool year around by adding tint to your vehicle!

Protect your investment!

Benefits of Window Tint

  • Interior surface protection
  • Increased privacy
  • Blocks harmful UV rays
  • Rejects heat keeping your car cooler
  • Resists shattering
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Featured Product:  Llumen Ceramic Tint

  • Non-Reflective
  • Non-Metal: Won’t Block Cell, Satellite or Radio Signals
  • Protection from Heat, UV and Infrared rays
  • Warranty Against: Adhesive Failure, Peeling, Delamination, Fading and Cracking

We Have 35+ Years of Tinting Experience

Tint is a great way to give your car a customized feel. More importantly, window tinting protects your car’s interior, your skin and your belongings from harmful exposure.

Benefits of Window Tint

Tinting your windows performs several roles outside of solely adding flare to your car’s exterior. If you are concerned about the sun’s rays damaging both your car’s interior and your own skin, then tinting your windows is a great way to combat the harmful exposure. In Louisiana the sun’s rays beat down with little remorse and sunglasses are simply not enough to protect against the glaring sun. The glare on your windshield can cause dangerous visual obstruction and increases the risk of an accident occurring as it can disrupt the driver’s line of vision. We love the sun and the seasonal elements down here but it can take its toll on our prized vehicular possessions. Leather, cloth and plastics become protected when the side windows have tint film applied and can even help prevent shattering in the case of an unexpected accident. Keep what you care about protected with the tinting assistance from Ceramic Pro Belle Chasse.

Louisiana Regulations on Window Tinting

You might be wondering how much tint is legally allowed on your car. In the great state of Louisiana the front side windows must allow at least 40% of light into the cabin. The backside windows need to allow at least 25% of light in and the rear window needs to allow more than 12% of light inside the vehicle.