Virtually invisible, the look of your window barely changes, inside or out. Yet it still helps protect furniture, floors, upholstery and artwork from UV rays that cause fading. Easier and more affordable than replacing your windows, 3M™ Thinsulate™ Window Film is an efficient, cost-effective way to meet your window insulation needs.
Enhanced views, savings and comfort. Better sight at night. The night vision series helps block the sun's damaging UV rays, reduce glare and reject up to 71% of the sun's heat. Night Vision films allow 15% to 35% of the natural light into your rooms by day, and thanks to a low interior reflectivity, you can still enjoy the view out by night.
New to the world, 3M Daylight Redirecting Film utilizes micro-replication to redirect incoming light. This sunlight that would have originally hit the floor a few feet from the window, now gets directed up onto the ceiling, helping to light the room as deep as 40 feet from the window.
Control the sun with ceramics. Performance and clarity, you can count on. Advanced ceramics allow these films to maintain their color and appearance over time. The Ceramic Series reject up to 80% of the sun's infrared light and reject up to 59% of the heat coming through your windows. They also block 99% of UV rays, significantly reducing fading of your furnishings.
Get ultimate tear-resistant protection with enhanced views at night. Combines the safety and security benefits of 3M™ Scotchshield™ Safety & Security Window Film with the sun control benefits of 3M™ Sun Control Night Vision™ Series. This micro-layered film is designed for tear-resistance and enhanced protection of people, property and possessions.
Virtually invisible insulation. Enhance comfort and efficiency year round. Our unique low-e window film helps retain warmth in the winter and cool air in the summer by increasing your windows’ insulation value.
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Virtually invisible, the look of your window barely changes, inside or out.