Does 3M Sun Control window film Work?
All 3M sun control window films block up to 99% of UV rays. Depending on the type of film, we can also reduce visible light and heat. The bottom line is that 3M Sun Control Window Films will prolong the life of your furnishings, perhaps as much as two to five times.
Are Window Films expensive?
Window film usually costs between $2 to $14 per square foot, not including installation. The cost depends on the film type and quality. Some window tinting film is superficial and for decorative purposes, and other types are higher quality to save on energy costs. Decorative.
How much does window insulation film Help?
An insulating window film applied over a window can help the window retain up to 55 percent more heat in winter, potentially reducing your heating costs up to 30 percent. These films are less effective at reducing summer heat gain, though.
How long does 3M window film Last?
3M window films will on average give you 20-30 years of protection from UV rays and sun damage. Combined with average prices being only $5-$8 per square foot, this gives you substantial long-term value.
What is sun blocking window film?
This sun control film optically redirects over 80% of sunlight up toward the ceiling. Quality sun control films from 3M block harmful UV rays and mitigate excessive heat gain. Promote a more comfortable office environment with less heat and glare with sun blocking window film.
Why choose 3M anti-glare sun control window film?
Installing anti-glare sun control window film by 3M can reduce glare by up to 95% and block up to 99% of harmful UV rays. We are a nationwide installer of anti-glare window film products. With 3M Daylight Redirecting Film, get the benefit of natural light but without any glare, hot spots, or UV exposure.
Why choose 3M Daylight redirecting window film?
We are a nationwide installer of anti-glare window film products. With 3M Daylight Redirecting Film, get the benefit of natural light but without any glare, hot spots, or UV exposure. This sun control film optically redirects over 80% of sunlight up toward the ceiling.