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Wondering If Auto Tinting Is For You?

Here’s a checklist to help you decide:

Earning Potential
Window tinting can be a very profitable business and the demand is rising all the time. People are more aware than ever today of the potential risk of the sun’s rays. Especially parents wanting to protect young children. A tinter with a decent-sized shop who is serious about creating a successful business can tint anywhere from 4 to 10 cars a day (at an average of $225 each) depending on how he/she sets up the business. See next section for options.

Getting Started
The first decision you need to make is whether you’re to manually cut your window film or having a software program that makes the whole process faster, more cost efficient and allows you to earn faster profits.

If you go the manual route: Unless you have experience cutting window film, you will have to learn how to do it. That will take some time as you must be able to produce work that meets the expectations of your customers. Then, you have to train your staff. On top of that, manually cutting and installing tint is a time-consuming process. Average cutting time is anywhere tfrom 10-30 minutes. Count on another 30 minutesfor installing it on the vehicle. If you make a mistake cutting, you have to go back and fix it. Not only that, you waste film. This bites into your profits.

If you invest in an automated window film cutting system: The Tint Tek 20/20 system has patterns for over 12,000 automobile makes and models that you can access at the click of a button. With some basic training, you can be tinting like a pro in a week! So can any staff you bring on. The system allows you to cut pre-measured film for just about any vehicle in less than two minutes – with no mistakes. And because the templates are 100% accurate, there’s no waste. You can cut film faster and increase your profits.

Setting Up Shop
You will need to leasing a commercial retail space with a garage where you can work on vehicles. Consider a space large enough to store equipment and supplies, and provide a safe place to complete tinting on cars and trucks and possibly other vehicles like boats and RVs. If you think you might also provide residential and commercial window tinting services, choose a space that offers an area where you can meet with customers to discuss their needs.

Where The Real Gold Is
Plain and simple: Regardless of how and where you decide to set up shop, the secret to earning big profits in window tinting will be directly related to how efficiently you market your business. This means having an automated marketing system in place that allows you to attract new prospects, keep them “warm” until they’re ready to become customers and then, keep them coming back for more. All Tint Tek 20/20 subscribers can take advantage of our free monthly Marketing Webinars where you will learn step-by-step, easy-to-understand tips and strategies you can use to run your business profitably.

For more information about how Tint Tek 20/20 can help you get off to a fast and profitable start as a Tint Professional, please call us at 1-877-483-5200 or go to our Contact page to request more information.

For more information about Tint Tek 20/20, please email us at 2020@tinttek.com or call 1-877-483-5200.