UV protection window films deliver an excellent way to protect your home or office from heat and faded furnishings while maintaining optimal visibility and natural lighting. Sun blocking and UV protection film provide a host of benefits. Not only are these types of window films designed to effectively reduce UV ray transmission, but these spectrally-selective films can also help improve your building's energy efficiency and overall bottom line.
UV Protection Window Film Installation
Benefits of UV Protection Window Films
Whether you need clear UV protection window film for either commercial or residential windows, 3M takes sun control to an entirely new level. 3M’s UV protection films are non-metallized, multilayer optical films that reject up to 97% of the sun’s infrared light and up to 60% of the heat coming through your windows. Designed from the highest quality, non-metallized film, 3M UV protection window film are a great solution for your interiors. Whether your homeowner or business owner, choosing 3M Sun Control Window Films gives you peace of mind, increasing your level of comfort while minimizing your utility bills.
Since 1992, Window Film Depot has built a reputation as the #1 3M Window Film installer in the nation. We help a number of customers, ranging from governmental offices to healthcare facilities, purchase and install UV protection window film. In addition to sun blocking window film to protect against UV rays, our company is able to combine additional window treatments to help improve the security, comfort, aesthetics and overall efficiency of your indoor environment. We will help you realize the energy saving benefits of UV protection film by pairing these features with safety and security window treatments as well as decorative glass films to achieve your desired aesthetic and benefits.
UV Protection Window Film Products
World of Coca-Cola
The natural light filled Coke Museum in Atlanta created a situation where excessive UV exposure on precious items required a sun screen for the massive curtainwall of glass.
The 20K square feet of 3M film was installed after hours and required the use of a ‘spider lift’ to access the upper rows of the atrium glass.
The new museum at Fenway Park is home to some of the greatest artifacts in baseball history. The natural light filled space created a problem of UV exposure on precious items and the concern of premature fading was significant.
The clear film from 3M was installed on the glass cases after the memorabilia was already being showcased causing a significant challenge to our capable installer