Service Location – El Dorado

Top El Dorado, KS Window Home Tinting Services

Need a quote on window tinting for your home or business in El Dorado, KS? We are a licensed and insurance window tinting company.

Will the tint keep the heat out?

Yes. Heat rejection is a key benefit LLumar window film offers, rejecting from 46% to 86% of the sun’s heat, depending on the type of film you choose.

We provide a range of window tinting, uv protection, glare control, decorative films, and solar films services for El Dorado, KS residents.

  • Window Tinting
  • UV Protection
  • Glare Control
  • Decorative Films
  • Solar Films (Solar Window Tinting)

With the installation of solar film and UV protection, you can reduce the long term costs of air conditioning as well as protect your privacy…

  • Residential Customers
  • Business Clients
  • Commercial Clients
  • Retail Buildings
  • Light Industrial Projects

Choose the advanced solution, with custom window films from Advanced Solutions Window Tinting. Call us today at 316-806-8934 or fill out our online estimate request form, and make your home or office light work for your life.

Window Tinting For El Dorado & Surrounding Areas

About the Legend of El Dorado

El Dorado is applied to a legendary story in which precious stones were found in fabulous abundance along with gold coins. The concept of El Dorado underwent several transformations, and eventually accounts of the previous myth were also combined with those of a legendary lost city. The resulting El Dorado myth enticed European explorers for two centuries. Among the earliest stories was the one told on his deathbed by Juan Martinez, a captain of munitions for Spanish adventurer Diego de Ordaz, who claimed to have visited the city of Manoa. Martinez had allowed a store of gunpowder to catch fire and was condemned to death, however his friends let him escape downriver in a canoe. Martinez then met with some local people who took him to the city.

The fable of Juan Martinez was founded on the adventures of Juan Martin de Albujar, well known to the Spanish historians of the Conquest; and who, in the expedition of Pedro de Silva (1570), fell into the hands of the Caribs of the Lower Orinoco.