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3M Prestige Window film for Sonoma

3M Prestige Window film for Sonoma

We love installing 3M Prestige 70 Window Film in Sonoma. Sonoma County has some unique weather and climate conditions that make this window tint a perfect match for homeowners. Did you know that Sonoma County has, on average, 260 days of sunshine every year? With more of us staying indoors due to COVID-19 and the fire season, creating a comfortable indoor space is a must. Can the Prestige series of window tint help you to create a welcoming home? This client thought so and we wholeheartedly agree. Here are some reasons why.

Why Choose 3M Prestige Window Film

We highly recommend 3M Prestige to our customers. Why? Well, If you want to control the temperature of your home, this is a great choice for you. Utilizing nanotechnology, 3M Prestige is a multi-layer and metal-free film that reduces heat, especially during the hot summer months. It also won't leave you home looking dark. It has great light transmission properties. You can see this in the picture above. That view looks great, doesn't it? It's lightly shaded, just enough to reduce the sun's heat impact. This window tinting also helps to reduce energy costs. Your air conditioner won't have to work so hard, saving you money.  These two factors alone make it a wise choice for Sonoma County residents. Download more info here.

ClimatePro - Your Window Film Specialist

The ClimatePro team has been serving Sonoma County for over 40 years. We understand the unique weather and climate conditions here and know how to match our neighbors with the perfect window film and security products.  Our knowledgeable customer services team is always ready to help get you started. We have a well-educated team of estimators and 5 star-reviewed installers at the ready. Contact us today for a free consultation. We serve the entire San Francisco Bay Area, including Sonoma County. You can also reach us at 707-755-7337.

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Brett Torrey Haynes is the marketing and content manager for ClimatePro. He currently lives in a small house on the side of a mountain.