Sun blocking window film is one of the most highly sought products on the market, and for good reason. From commercial office buildings, retail storefronts, governmental facilities, hospitals, schools, and homes, the benefits of sun blocking window film are universally-applicable across many types of buildings. In addition to blocking the sun's heat, this type of window film also prevents glare, minimizes hot spots, and blocks harmful ultraviolet (UV) rays, which can be damaging to the skin as well as cause fading in furnishings and upholstery after prolonged exposure.
Sun Blocking Window Film Installation
Benefits of Sun Blocking Window Films
Perhaps one of the greatest benefits of sun and UV blocking window film is the ability to lower heating and cooling bills. To help put this into perspective, 3M Prestige Series Window Films are proven to reduce up to 78% of the sun’s heat. This, in turn, provides dramatic dividends for office buildings and facilities with larger spaces, especially those located in areas that see a lot of sunlight throughout the year.
Since 1992, our team at Window Film Depot has grown to become the #1 3M Window Film installer. In turn, we’ve helped our commercial and residential customers select and install sun blocking window film. In addition to solar window film to block the sun’s heat and UV rays, we’re also able to integrate additional window treatments to help improve the level of security, comfort, energy efficiency, and overall look of any indoor environment. We can help you combine the energy efficiency of sun blocking window films by pairing these features with decorative window treatments as well as safety and security window film for ultimate protection.
Sun Blocking Window Film Products
Sun glare streaming into the main dining room was creating an uncomfortable environment for guests. Ownership refused to cover the view of the Perkins Cove with window blinds.
WFD installers worked between shifts to remove the dining room furniture, clean the windows and complete the filming of the dining room prior to the dinner rush.
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.