September 23, 2015
Thanks for visiting my website about Window Tinting. I am here to let you know more about my services, as well as share some secrets to window tinting that I have learned through the years. I will talk about the various people that I have helped, along with recommending service providers that also do window tinting that I partner up with.
I have been fortunate to help some very good people, and normally I trade my services for theirs. I like to do business that way, especially because my main job pays the bills well enough (I’m an auto mechanic by trade).
Because I also work in the auto field, I meet lots of people who need their windows tinted, so it’s a good double dip to be able to offer a great service at a reasonable price or trade.
I was taught how to tint windows by my father, who doesn’t do as many jobs these days, but he likes to hang out and drink Corona while I work on tint jobs. I’m glad to spend time with my Dad doing what he loved to do, and it makes me happy that he sees me working on what he made a career for so many years.
Just last night, one of my friends came over to have me do his tint on his car. I did the first two windows, and he will come over to finish the job tonight. He will most likely give me a quarter of a cow in exchange for my services (I will freeze the meat, and eat it through December). Other friends give me nice whiskey, tequila, or other things that we agree on before each tint job is performed.
I am looking forward to about 8 more tint jobs this month, and some will be cash as well, but small sums of course.
Like I said above, I work with a number of partners, including some up in San Francisco for larger tint jobs. I will talk about those partners in upcoming posts.
Until then, take a look at the tint in your car and make sure it’s not bubbling or cracking!