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Sunny Coast Conditions

Posted on January 23, 2013 at 6:43 PM Comments comments ()
How lucky are we to live in the most beautiful place in Australia..... The Sunshine Coast.
Unfortunately for our cars though, the conditions here are alot harsher than most areas.
The salty sea spray causes rust to form quicker, and paint to be damaged on our vehicles.
A simple, long term  solution can come in the form of Electronic Rust Protection and Premium Paint Protection.
Imagine your car being treated with a product that will put a "mask" over you paint.  Premium Paint Protection does just that. It is applied an let dry, putting a hard Teflon coating on your car, which keeps that new car shine! It stops the salty air eating into the paint. It stops the bird and bat poo wrecking your car. Then add an Electronic Rust Unit and your car will be saved from our harsh Coast elements. Where we live, these products are a necessity. Plus, for new cars less than 12 months old, the products come with a MANUFACTURERS LIFETIME WARRANTY! How could you go wrong!! Call today for a quote.

Windscreen Tinting

Posted on July 4, 2012 at 8:15 AM Comments comments ()
Not one of my favourite subjects,
 
 
Window Tinting is one of the favoured ways of making an average car look like something else. And for the budget minded it is also the cheapest. Certainly if you get it from us.
 But there is a new dangerous wave on the coast that will cost money and lives of some of our younger and sometimes older drivers.
 Tinting their windscreen, some coast businesses that should know better are tinting windscreens and asking to sign away your rights with a waiver.
 To tint your windscreen is highly illegal and the reason is simple common sense. Window tint at night will reflect light from any source. Examples, dash lights, Nav man, cars behind, mobiles, interior lighting which will blind you.
 With all windows tinted the amount of light entering the car is cut considerably which it is designed to do.
 But this isn't the only problem. Insurance companies will not cover a vehicle or vehicles or property damaged in an accident which involved a vehicle with the windscreen tinted.
 Now you may say well thats fine I don't have insurance. This is all damage.
A scenario, your car hit a child care centre you have a windscreen tinted. You cause $2,000,000 property damage. You will be sued for damages cause with no help from anyone. Imagine loosing your house, business, shares, super and any future because of one silly decision.
 The safety of my customers is my priority and I wont put their lives in danger. And for those cowboys that are the $75000 fine associated with installing illegal tint shows just how serious this practise is.
 
 
 
 

It's time to get serious

Posted on September 27, 2011 at 3:44 AM Comments comments ()
Scary stuff,
 
 We have really made a big impact on the local market. Which has forced some operators to takes risks. We lost out on a quote that was actually more expensive than ours. The customer fitted a 1 1/2 WERS rated film over the 2 1/2 Star WERS rated film that we offered. Ok, layman terms, a less energy rated film than ours for more money.
Why, because the installer offered a premium range over and above his 5 years warranty ebay crap film.
 When times are tough our customer really need to do their research and be aware that crooks are out there. Don't be fooled by big vans and uniforms.
 
 

Just trying to save you dollars

Posted on August 2, 2011 at 8:38 PM Comments comments ()
We all would like more money. That would also include me.
Recently we have lost some customers to the dark side due to our prices being too cheap. As a man whom loves to save money I find this quite a problem.
I don't think I have ever walked out of a shop because they are too cheap. The word "cheap" doesn't really apply to us. We just do it cheaper and this is done by refusing to make a 1000% mark up on window film. As for quality, the market has tightened and films available are comparative and installation between companies is much too the same standard.
Our price is based on a few simple rules, I do it right the first time cutting back on redo's, we use a Globally used film bought direct from the manufacturer. We are independent and get to choose that manufacturer and we use our profits to improve our business. Simple but effective.
It has to be said we are one of the few Independent Tinters working from a leased premises and not a car or van on the Sunshine Coast.
It's time to stand up from yourselves and save some money. And when deciding whether to use us or not remember this, we have some global companies on our books that we tint for, so we cant be too bad including Government owned schools.

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