Welcome To Headlight Pro'z

Headlights are a very important part of your car. They provide safe visibility at night and should be one of the most attractive features on your vehicle.

The technology that's gone into headlights has progressed rapidly in the past 20 years. Today's technology includes adaptive headlights that react to the steering to bend around corners, attractive cool white HID bulbs and the latest in LED arrays. With these advances, the cost for replacing or repairing these lights has also increased.

At Headlight Pro'z our goal is to provide a solution to keep your high performance headlights looking and performing like new, at a reasonable price.

How can we help you?

Headlight Restoration or Replacement

Are your headlights hazy or yellow?


    Do you see signs of moisture inside the headlight assembly?

    If so, we recommend a replacement of the headlight assembly.

    Occasionally water inside the headlight can accumulate and damage HID ballasts and bulbs. Once the seal on the headlight has become worn, it's very difficult to prevent further moisture buildup. Replacing the assembly before you have issues with the lights can save you money on expensive ballasts and bulbs. Checkout our replacements page for more info.

    No moisture?

    A restoration is your best option.

    Headlight Pro'z has a refined process that removes the original yellowed UV coating and brings back the original lens clarity. After restoring we apply the highest quality UV coatings to help keep the lights clear and looking great for years. See our restorations page for more info.

Bulb and Ballast Service

Did your headlight stop working?

We stock and can replace most Halogen and HID bulbs, plus ballasts, to quickly fix your headlights.

Halogen bulbs used to be the standard lights installed with most cars. These incandescent lamps consisted of a sealed glass tube with tungsten filament that emits a yellowish toned light when used.

Many newer vehicles now include high-intensity discharge (HID) bulbs. These bulbs produce light by means of an electric arc between tungsten electrodes housed in a sealed tube. HID bulbs are brighter than halogen lamps, producing a white or blue looking light and last much longer. To initiate and regulate the electric charge required for HID bulbs, a ballast is used.

We can help advise you on the best solution to your headlight bulb issues and our prices will leave you smiling. Checkout our bulbs page for more info.


Commercial Service

Are you looking for dealership, fleet rates or restoration of other polycarbonate items?


    We'd be glad to help. Polycarbonate windows are commonly used on:

    • Construction Equipment
    • Boats
    • Recreational Vehicles
    • Airplanes
    • Skylights
    • First Response Vehicles

239-431-9116 | info@headlightproz.com | Naples, FL