T&T Tinting has been around for more than 37 years. But what do you really know about this company? Here are 10 facts you should know about Hawaii’s window tinting leader:

T&T employees have more than 275 years of combined experience in the industry.

The company has tinted windows on some of Hawaii’s most precious landmarks like Iolani Palace, the Mission Houses and the Royal Hawaiian Hotel. In fact, the company has tinted more than 30 hotels in Waikiki.

As a teenager, Tommy Silva, the CEO/president, was on the path to becoming a police officer but decided to turn his “tinting hobby” into a profession.


T&T was the first to develop Glass Graphics in Hawaii, and probably the country.

Employees enjoy their own private, fully equipped fitness center.

The company raises money for nonprofits in the community like the Ronald McDonald House, the Hawaii Foodbank,

Kam’s Helmets, Make a Wish Foundation and more.

In 2013, T&T became the largest automobile tinting company in the United States.


For the last five years, T&T was voted one of Hawaii’s Best Companies to Work For by Honolulu Star-Advertiser readers as well as Hawaii’s Best Automotive Tint Shop.

The company was recognized as one of Hawaii’s Top 250 Businesses by Hawaii Business Magazine.

As a young man, Silva was responsible for creating and lobbying the Legislature for legislation that became Hawaii’s tint law and is currently in place.

The company employees gather twice a year for their own version of “Office Olympics” with crazy contests on the beach with food, family and fun.

So, whether it’s your car, office or home — call 423-8468 or get details and free instant estimates at tnttinting.com.


T&T Tinting Specialists has been tinting Hawaii’s windows since 1982.

CONTACT // 275-4565
WEB // tnttinting.com