Precision Window Tint breaking stereotypes of shady industry

They don’t take their job, or connection with the community, lightly. Precision Window Tint has consistently rated as one of the Best of Las Vegas, recently receiving Silver Best Auto Enhancements for its strong work ethic and community efforts.

“It’s been a great ride and we’ve enjoyed working with so many businesses and our clients and community that mean so much to us,” said Brian Morrison, owner of Precision Window Tint.

The family-owned window tinting business quickly gained local and national accolades after opening in 2005. The longtime local, award-winning company completes window tints for residential, commercial and automotive projects.

“The dedication and hard work of the staff, being persistent and consistent with the quality of our product and installation and doing the right thing for people is what makes us stand out,” said Morrison, who was born and raised in Las Vegas.

The industry has been known to have some shady operators who don’t provide what they pitch, which deeply irks Morrison.

“A lot of people get taken advantage of,” he said, “but we stay with the client through the project and let them know everything that is expected. We are honest and give the highest quality product they can afford.”

A key to Precision Window Tint’s success is its dedication to the customer’s understanding of the product and installation process.

“We give customers a great amount of knowledge before purchasing so they know not only what they are getting but what it is going to do for them in the long run,” Morrison said. “It’s all about product knowledge and professionalism. We just give good honest feedback based on what the customers need.”

The bustling three locations around the valley keep Morrison busy. The athletic owner is personally involved with every project across the valley.

“I make sure to interact with each project to ensure we are always consistent,” he said. “I’m a busy guy, bouncing around every shop. I vet my own staff and make sure that the customer service is always on point.”

Precision Window Tint has the distinction of being the highest pinnacle dealer in the nation for the top-of-the-line product LLumar Formula 1. The trained staff is known for specializing in unique jobs that require precision and attention to detail.

“We specialize in doing Tesla models and higher-end cars,” Morrison said. “We’ve done a lot of specialized projects.”

A more recent installation has saved energy and money for a major corporation that then filtered down to savings for local businesses across the valley. Morrison approached NV Energy a few years ago to tout the benefit of tinted windows for the utility company’s many glass-walled buildings. NV Energy was impressed and gave Precision Window Tint the massive job. After the first-year analysis, NV Energy realized they were saving upwards of a whopping 20%.

“It helped them save so much energy, they added it to their PowerShift energy savings program,” Morrison said. “It’s a high heat reduction product that works really well. It helps people with some of the cost on these commercial buildings.”

Morrison makes a point of helping the community throughout the year. Each holiday season, the staff at Precision get busy rounding up and delivering toys to drives around the city. They also gather essential supplies for children and teachers for back-to-school events.

“We’re also pretty heavily involved with our church, Central Christian church,” Morrison said. “It means a lot to us to be there for our community that has done so much to help us be the best in Las Vegas and the region.”


This article was presented and sponsored by Precision Window Tint. For more information, go to precisionwindowtintlv.com.


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