Welcome to BMW  Window Tint's Website.  BMW Window Tint was established in 1994, by William Bland Sr. President , CEO. Since then William Sr has taken on his son William Bland Jr. as a business partner.   BMW  continues to set the standard when it comes to Window Tint Installations, we continue to be a shade above the rest, and strives on Customer Satisfaction.  Here we hope we can reach your needs when it comes to Automobile Customizing. Here at BMW we specialize in High - In vehicles, like Bentleys, Maserati, Lotus, and Lamborghini just to name a few.  If its Window Tint, Chrome Wheels, Alarms, Mobile T.V. Installation or any  automobile custom products BMW Window Tint is the place to be.
                               How To Choose a Good Tint Shop 
Most metropolitan areas have an abundance of tint shop choices. In the San Francisco, CA area alone, there are 30 different tint shops within a 30 mile radius. How does a discerning consumer choose the tint shop that does quality work? What is the difference between a "BMW WINDOW TINT" and "THE BASIC WINDOW TINT SHOP" How long have you been in business at this location? 
Good tint shops prosper despite local competition by offering good service at reasonable prices. We suggest that you find a tint shop that has been in business for 5 or more years at the same location. This shows a stable business that will be there years down the road if somehow the tint goes bad.
What types of films do you carry? What warranty do you offer on your work?
Quality tint shops carry complete lines of window film from one or multiple window film manufacturers.  Here at BMW we carry 21 diffeents shade to choose from. They should carry dyed, hybrid, and metallic window films in a variety of colors and darknesses. Beware of tint shops that only carry one or two lines of film, and sells them aggressively. They may have acquired this film on sale, and may not be thinking of your unique requirements and concerns.
The warranty on the car tint varies depending on the window film you choose.  BMW Window Tint Center recommends that you install only window film backed with a lifetime warranty for materials and labor. Most films don't guarantee color and fading, it is recommended that you also choose one that does.
For the warranty to take effect, remember to get only legal window tint for your car. Illegal tint can nullify any manufacturer's warranty. When you purchase your tint, be sure sure you get a manufacturer's warranty card from the
dealer with the date, the window film used on each window, and the total cost of installation as well as the receipt.
Can I visit your tint shop? Can you show me a sample of your work?
Tint shops can sound like the best shop on the phone, but 15 minutes on-site should tell you all you need to know.  Good dealers pay attention to customer service. They should be happy and willing to spend the time to talk to you and explain how their shops work. Remember, if they don't spend time with you now, will they spend time with you when something goes wrong with your tint job down the road?
A tint shop's work area should be indoors and clean. Their tools and window films are organized in a professional manner. If the tint shop is outdoors or in a parking lot, this is a negative since it is critical to remove all dust and dirt
from the windows before applying window film.
Now take a look at a car they have already tinted, and look at the rear window. Is the window film applied in a single piece or is it cut into strips that surround the defroster lines? The best tint shops always apply film in a single piece.
Now look at the borders of the rear window, in many cars there is a black 'frit' edge on the window, Make sure the window film is securely attached to the frit as well.
Pay attention to side-windows. The window film should be applied to the inside and be completely flush against all 4 edges of the window. Now look at the window film itself. Don't worry if the film looks slightly streaky and discolored,
window film takes a couple weeks to dry out and become completely clear. If there are bubbles of air under the film or the film itself is not complete flat against the window, this is a sure sign of sloppy tinting.  Get price quotes from each dealer for the exact darkness, color, and type of window film you want. Never compromise because there are plenty of other dealers out there that will offer your perfect tint. With these price quotes and your research on each tint shop, make the decision.  Remember you get what you pay for, if the quoted price is to low, ask yourself why is it so cheap, is it the material or the labor is no good.  Here at BMW no appointment is needed and the tinting normally takes 45 min to an hour depending on the workload.