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For example this window has 2 glass panels.
Window tint requires flat interior glass. But many windows have textured or patterned surfaces. To check if your window is suitable for tint, run your hand across the glass feeling for any rough or textured surfaces.
You can measure this from the floor below the glass to the top of the glass frame.
For example this window has 2 glass panes.
*If you have more than 10 panes please add this as two separate windows/doors.
There are a few easy ways to check if your window already has a tint.
Need more help? As always, we are here!
The width of the glass pane is the length in millimetres (mm) from left to right. The height is the distance from top to bottom. You can print and use the attached PDF document to record your results.
We cut the window film to your measurements, so it’s important to be as accurate as possible. Don’t worry though – we will add an extra 20mm to your measurements before we cut to allow for minor errors!
Here are some tips to help you get the correct measurements:
Check for cracks and defects.
Window film can cause existing defects to lengthen during cold or warm periods. Window film is for glass windows only. Perspex and other synthetic surfaces are not suitable for window tint.
The maximum window film roll size is:
Don’t worry, we can still tint glass panes that exceed the maximum roll size but a seam join will be required when applying the window film If you’re unsure on how to measure, that’s fine. We are experts, so please let us know if we can help.
The frame is the part of the window that holds the glass in place. Most window frames are wood, aluminium or a combination of both. If your frame is a combination, then select the primary material. Need more help?