If you live in Willow Park, TX, you are undoubtedly familiar with the blazing Texas sun. We’ve all experienced opening our car doors and being greeted with a blast of… Read More...
If you live in Willow Park, TX, you are undoubtedly familiar with the blazing Texas sun.
We’ve all experienced opening our car doors and being greeted with a blast of heat like you’re opening the door of an oven. But the worst is yet to come – gingerly putting on your seat belt without getting burned by the steaming metal pieces.
At Sun Stoppers, we understand this struggle. And that’s why we offer vehicle window tinting.
Beyond making your car ride uncomfortable, the sun’s rays can fade your car’s interior, cause eye strain, and expose you to dangerous UV rays. Tinting your car remedies these issues. It stops up to 98% of UV rays, helps keep your car interior cool, and diminishes eye strain.
On top of all that, it stops prying eyes and adds to the overall aesthetic of your vehicle.
Start protecting yourself and your car from the harsh sun.
Contact us today for a free quote!
If you are a resident of Willow Park, TX, you are likely familiar with the different attractions available in the area. These include
- Fort Worth Stockyards
- Kimbell Art Museum
- Fort Worth Herd
- Chandor Gardens
- Texas Civil War Museum
- Fort Worth Aviation Museum
- Fossil Rim Wildlife Center
- Sundance Square Plaza
- Squaw Creek Golf Course
- And much more!
Located in Parker County, Willow Park, TX, is the location of one of the first horse racing tracks after Texas legalized pool betting. The Trinity Meadows Race Track never made it to first-class status and closed eventually closed.
Willow Park’s roots can be traced to the formation of Parker County in 1856. The area was still home to Native Americans, and settlers in the area experienced raids into the late 1870s. Willow Park was incorporated in 1963.
It covers almost 6 ½ square miles and is home to 4,936 people as of the 2020 census. According to Niche.com, the area is mostly rural and is rated A on cost of living and employment opportunities.
The Willow Creek city website states the following:
“The history of the area where the City of Willow Park sits can be traced through records and books back to Parker County’s creation in 1856. Today, Willow Park is the second largest city in one of the fastest growing counties in Texas, offering the charm of a small town, the amenities of urban life, and none of the crowds of the ‘big city.’ “
Sun Stoppers is happy to serve Willow Park, TX, zip codes 76087 and 76008, and the surrounding areas!
Read more stories from several of our satisfied customers:
“Trust me, for window tint and PPF you do not need to go anywhere else. Just make a beeline for Sun Stoppers in Keller and wave and laugh as you pass all of their competitors on the way. These folks are at the top of their game and have the best tint installers and PPF applicators you will find anywhere in the DFW. Their PPF tech, Jeff, was recruited from out of state and one look at his work will tell you why. It’s the best you’ll ever find. Whatever they are paying this guy, it’s not enough! He did the entire front end of my new truck and you will be hard-pressed to find a single blemish. His attention to detail was way more than I expected. They tinted my windows and windshield with Xpel Plus and what a difference. I can hardly feel that Texas sun. Just a little warmth coming through but no heat. The film was applied perfectly! I swap out of vehicles every few years and always drive from the dealer straight to Sun Stoppers. They are nice people and the best at what they do. Product and service are second to none. Now, if you go somewhere else and are disappointed, don’t blame me!”
“I had my front 2 windows stripped & retinted. They did an amazing job! I was in & out in less than an hour. They have a very comfortable/clean waiting room with Wi-Fi & nonalcoholic beverages. The gentleman I spoke with on the phone & in person was very nice & knowledgeable. Decently priced as well.” Show less