Anti-glare window film is a special type of sun control film that helps eliminate a significant amount of unwanted sunlight and glare while allowing natural light to pass through. Whether it is the long sunny days of summer, the intensity of morning and evening sun, or the low-lying nature of the winter sun, the intense brightness and ultraviolet (UV) rays from the sun can pose a problem year around. Compared to traditional solutions like blinds and screens, glare-reduction window film is a more cost-effective and easy-to-maintain solution that won't obstruct or block your view to the outdoors.
Anti-Glare Window Film Installation
Benefits of Anti-Glare Window Film
The glare reduction capabilities of 3M window film products like the Prestige Series provide a transparent solution that doesn’t obstruct or distort your view from inside. Anti-glare film is effective as soon as it’s installed, and can minimize glare by up to 95%. Additionally, anti-glare film requires no additional cleaning and maintenance.
In addition to glare control, such window films also provide a number of other benefits. One of the critical advantages to 3M anti-glare film is its ability to filter up to 99% of the sun’s harmful UV rays. Beyond being damaging to the skin, UV rays are also the main contributing factor to fading in furnishing and upholstery. So with anti-glare window film, you can also add a layer of solar protection, as well as the ability improve a building’s safety and security when combined with other window film products.
At Window Film Depot, we are a nationwide installer of sun control and anti-glare window film products. We work with commercial, governmental, educational, and residential customers to provide custom window film solutions designed to meet the unique needs of every project. We’re also the #1 3M Window Film installation company and offer a full range of product solutions for sun control and beyond.
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Excessive heat gain through windows making guests uncomfortable and taxing chillers during peak demand throughout the summer months.
As an operating hotel, management required WFD project managers to provide strict scheduling and timelines based on daily room availability.
Georgia State University
Excessive sun glare through lobby windows created major issues for property managers looking to keep cool in the Georgia heat.
Access to the problem glass required substantial lift and staging coordination with the general contractor.