Our industry is a strange one, in the fact that very few window tinters are prepared to give a price over the phone or by email. I don't know what their problem is.
Here is our approach: Give me some sizes, I will give you a price. The final price may vary, depending on a number of factors. But it should not be very different to the original one.
The other day, we tinted all the clear glass in a "standard" Neill or Initial home. 3 bedrooms, lounge, kitchen and a full basement. There was 1 ranch slider and 11 sets of 2 panes, plus 3 single panes. The total cost was $1600. No travel costs, call-out fee, GST included. End of story.
A prospective client wanted to get a price on a couple of sets of windows, similar to the picture. Based on his measurements, our price was $370. I went around for a proper quote and the cost reduced by $45.
Morale of the story: Don't be shy, get a quote. We are not going to pressure you into buying from us, we are busy enough.