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Create Privacy At Work With 3M Fasara Film

Create Privacy At Work With 3M Fasara Film

Would you like to create more privacy in your office? We believe that 3M Fasara films are a great choice. It's a great way to convert a normal office into a private and yet light-filled oasis. (OK, it's work and 'oasis' is a stretch, but work with us.) In this Menlo Park, CA office, we could do just that.  For this installation, we used 3M Fasara Fine Crystal and the finished product is indeed fine. Why choose this film for your office? Here are a few reasons.

Create Privacy At Work With 3M Fasara Film

Why Choose 3M Fasara Privacy Window Films?

Let's start with an overview of the Fasara family of films. 3M Fasara Privacy window film is a library of decorative films that can provide both privacy and decorative elements. Take a look at the selection here. It includes Fine Crystal, a film with 84% light transmission. This means that you get both privacy and light. Like most 3M window films, this one also gives you UVA protection, anti-fading and anti-glare properties, and an incredible warranty. Here are a few more advantages:

    • Made from durable and flexible polyester materials so that it will look great for a long time
    • Helps block at least 99% of UV light. This makes it ideal for preventing fading of furnishings
    • Interior applications all have the National Fire Protection Association fire rating of Class A
    • Easily to maintain by washing with water without abrasive detergents. See more here.

Your 3M Window Film Pros

ClimatePro has been helping San Francisco Bay Area businesses find the right films for over 40 years and have the reviews to prove it. We believe that 3M window films are the best in the business and we can’t wait to show you why. See our completed projects here or use our Window Film Selector Tool to explore your options today. You can get a free estimate here or give us a call 707-755-7337.

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