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Eddie’s Window Tinting Family-Owned Since 2001

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Originally from Mexico, Eddie Martinez is a proud Carrollton resident and American business owner since 2001. His business Eddie’s Window Tinting offers full-service auto, commercial, and residential window tinting. 

Their standard tint, TerraFlex is a nano-carbon technology and their advanced tint is a PanaFlex which is a nano-ceramic technology. Both tints have a charcoal shade that never fades, provide glare rejection, and keep out 99% of harmful UV rays. However, the ceramic (PanaFlex) tint offers superior heat rejection and is highly recommended by their staff. 

All services are backed by a lifetime warranty which covers defects such as bubbling or peeling. 

Eddie tells us, “I believe Carrollton is a place of opportunity, especially for entrepreneurs.”

As a proud Trojan father, Eddie shares, “My oldest son Eddie, Junior, is an active military service member, my middle son Anthony is the manager at Eddie’s Window Tinting, and my youngest son Andrew is a Trojan student.”

Eddie’s team has experience with commercial window tinting at places such as Oak Mountain Academy, Southwire, and Tanner Hospital.

Now through February 29 Eddie is offering $20 off a full auto tinting service when you mention this promotion. Call (770) 836-8410 for a free quote on auto, commercial, and residential window tinting services.

The shop is located at 502 Newnan Street, Carrollton, Georgia, and is open Monday through Saturday from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. For more information please visit www.eddieswindowtint.com

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