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A Sebastopol Home Made Better with Window Film

ClimatePro Transformed this Sebastopol Home with 2 Different Window Films.

As you can guess from the title, we've transformed another great Sebastopol home with 3M Window Film. For this lovely guest house, we used two films: 3M Prestige 70 and Night Vision 35. Did you know that you can use more than one sun control window film in your home? You absolutely can. This highlights one of the reasons why working with window film professionals is so important. A skilled window film installation company can help you find the right film or films for your home or office. In this case, each of the films offered provides different benefits. 

For instance, 3M Prestige 70 is a popular film choice for many reasons. It allows a ton of light to enter your home while shielding you from up to 99% of the sun's harmful UV rays. It also helps you to save on energy bills by rejecting close to 97% of the sun's infrared light and up to 60% of its heat. With energy costs expected to continue to rise, could this be a good choice for your home? 

The other film used in this home is 3M Night Vision 35. This window film is great to use in rooms where you desire less sunlight. It rejects heat while creating a cozy space, thanks to its darker tint. You'll still have clear views of the outside world while getting all the benefits of good quality window film.

We think that getting window film for your home is a wise investment. You'll save on energy bills and create a more comfortable home. Let the ClimatePro team help you transform your windows today. Give us a call at 707.755.7337 or fill out our online free estimate form here. Want to see more homes in Sebastopol that have been made better with window film? Try these:

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ClimatePro Transformed this Sebastopol Home with 2 Different Window Films.


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Brett Torrey Haynes

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