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Tint you windows and support local

Film Tint owner Philip Vaudrey


For the months of May and June, local window tinting company Film Tint NZ will be donating $10 to the Salvation Army for every house window tinted.

In a bid to help those affected by COVID-19 and it’s economic impacts, Film Tint’s owner Philip Vaudrey hopes to do his bit to unite against the virus. 

“I have been delivering for the Salvation Army during Level 4 lockdown and have seen first hand the impact that COVID-19 is having on many households. I was keen to do something to provide economic support once we move into the lower Alert Levels.”

So if you were thinking of tinting your house, now is the time. Not only will you be getting quality 3M products and excellent service, but you will also be helping to stimulate the local Bay of Plenty economy and support those struggling.

Providing privacy in peoples’ homes is by far the most common reason people want Film Tint. A light film is applied to the inside of your windows that allows you to see out clearly but does not let neighbors or passers-by see in.

Other benefits of window films include heat reduction of up to 80 per cent, UV protection for furnishings or flooring, as well as glare reduction so you can actually see your computer screen in the daytime.

Film Tint is operating under a COVID-19 safety plan that ensures clients and workers are completely protected. Make an appointment by calling: 0800 315 503 or visit: www.filmtintnz.co.nz

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