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Commercial Window Tinting
in San Diego, CA

If it’s three windows or the 120-room Ramada Inn. A small office door to a United Methodist Church, Shadow Mountain Church, Eddie V’s, or the new BJ’s at Hazard Center, and my personal favorite—The Cabrillo National Monument.

There’re so many large-name jobs I’ve tinted, I can’t list them all. I would love to be the contractor on your next commercial window tinting project.

On time, on budget, and always on point in satisfying your expectations.

Premium Window Tinting has performed some of San Diego’s most prestigious jobs. I never take this for granted and still personally bid, install, and guarantee every single project. Being a San Diego native and in this business for 30+ years, I will be here to service your warranty if the need arises. I have a California State Contractors License (#844096, required by law) and $2 million in general liability insurance. I am a 20+ year BBB member.

Films We Offer:

Heat-Rejecting Reflective Film

For ultra energy savings and comfort.

Clear UV-Rejecting Films

To protect display window items from sun damage.

Black Opaque

To hide valuable inventory.

Limo Tinting

To get a great look, heat and glare reduction, and exterior privacy.

White Frost

For decorative/privacy on glass cubicles, boardrooms, and offices.

Anti-Graffiti Film

To keep vandals from etching your glass.

Security Film

To protect against break-ins.

If a premium-grade window tinting experience is what your company is looking for, then I would be more than happy to give you a hand.

Please browse through these photos and keep note of the ones you like.

You can refer to the Solar Gard’s website links for more film specifics or contact me personally.

Contact me today for a no-obligation estimate. I look forward to hearing from you.

Grey BJs Fashion Valley
The Bristol Hotel in San Diego
Lifeguard Station in Coronado
San Diego Natural History Museum