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PITCH BLACK CLOSED FOR BUSINESS!!.
Pitch Black Window Tinting is CLOSED. Ernest Keifer the owner was evicted (not the first place that has happened), there's someone else in there now, a new business.
The current company that was asked to come and use the spot is entirely different and they specialize in new car dealers and people with newer, nicer cars.
The facility looks (and smells!) entirely different. The waiting area is heated and cooled. Free coffee and water and free WiFi for customers who prefer to wait rather than drop their car off.
The installer that's in this location now has been tinting since the 80's and in Mobile since the mid-90's and relies on word of mouth more than advertising, although they do have a Facebook page where they post some of their work, I can't post the link, but you can just look for "ProTint.Alabama" on FB and it'll be right there. You can tell they're doing really nice work
unprofessional tinter/owner. Stay away as far as you can. Took owner 4 whole days to tint 2 cars (me and my wife's) and still it was not completely done. 1st day they put in the wrong tint. I wanted 20% tint, he put in 35% tint and hoping I didn't know the difference. Which I did. 2nd day, he order the wrong shade. the tint had 2 different color shade to it. the 3rd day, he didn't order enough tint. Didn't learn from his previous mistakes; again he didn't order enough tint on the 4th day. Very unprofessional. Not to mention, no air condition in the waiting room. So, forget about waiting. In the beginning he said, " I've been tinting for over twenty-something years...If I don't get it right, I won't charge you a dime!" THAT'S A FLAT LIE! Four days has pass and he's still hadn't got out tint right! Sadly, he didn't keep his word. In addition, I found a nail stuck in one of my tires that was not there when I dropped it off. I confronted to him when I picked up my car. He denied that it was his. When my wife and I walk around his shop, we saw a lot of razor blades and screws laying around in his shop. We paid the unprofessional owner/tinter and got our tint work done somewhere else. I hope he reads this review one day and see how "happy he made me and wife felt."
You're 100% correct about that (former) business. Unfortunately, your story is only one of many dozens that have been heard, all more or less identical in content.
Pitch Black Tint was evicted by the property owners. Not the first location that company / person was asked to leave from.
The current business is also a tint shop, except that they are about as 180 different as you can be than the old place.
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