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HISTORY

The story of Tint Condition™ LLC begins in 1985, when the
company's first customer contacted David Yacobelli to give a
custom, sinister look to a black Volkswagen GTI. Working from
his parents' garage, Yacobelli tinted vehicles for his high school
classmates until the demand for services outgrew his parents'
patience and the confines of a small two-car garage.

From 1990 to 1994 Yacobelli attended the Univeristy of Buffalo. After graduating with a BA in Economics, he took a short hiatus in Colorado to indulge his passion for downhill skiing. In 1995 he returned to New York's Southern Tier and, with the business sense of his father, Gary Reardon, focused his education and energy on relocating Tint Condition™ LLC to a new, more accommodating address at 103 North McKinley Avenue, in Endicott, New York's "Little Italy" district. Tint Condition™ LLC works from a professional, spacious, three-bay garage where Yacobelli and staff boast an impressive automotive portfolio, which includes RV and boat owners as well as local bus companies and government agencies. With the company firmly rooted and comfortable in its new location, Tint Condition™ LLC has expanded to offer automotive graphics and detailing services, in addition to commercial and residential tinting services.

Tint Condition™ LLC is proud of what it has become. Yacobelli remains passionate about his work and insists on a superior finished product every time. He continues to learn the industry's latest technological advances and utilizes only the best improvements in his business. Tint Condition™ LLC provides professional tinting services backed by years of experience and pleased customers. Call (607) 757-9664 for a free estimate today. Yacobelli and the professional staff at Tint Condition™ LLC welcome the opportunity to discuss your ideas and will work to turn them into a reality.

 

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