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Sun Control Window Tint for Skylights

Sun Control Window Tint for Skylights and Windows

How do you protect your windows and skylights with sun control window tint? This client in Sebastopol, CA asked the question and ClimatePro answered with 3M Sun Control window tint. Why was this the right choice for this customer? Would be it be a good pick for your home? Let's see.

Why Choose Sun Control Window Tint

The 3M Sun Control window film that we used for this project is part of the Affinity series. This one is called Affinity 15 and has some unique characteristics. First, Sun Control window film rejects up to 79% of all solar energy. It also rejects up to 99% of those harmful UVA rays. This combination is a powerful reason to choose Sun Control window tint. Imagine your home with less heat in the summer and a massive reduction of interior fading! Did you know that fading from the sun is a huge issue in many homes? This window film helps to minimize the sun's damage to furnishings. What about you and your family? Besides protecting your skin from UVA rays, it also reduces eyestrain from sun glare. This film is also scratch-resistant. Based on research, Sun Control window film can pay for itself in 3 years, based on the energy savings. Don't forget: 3M window film also comes with a comprehensive warranty from 3M.

ClimatePro – Your Window Tint Specialist

The ClimatePro team has been serving Sonoma County for over 40 years, including Sebastopol. We understand the specific window tint needs of our Bay Area customers. We can match our neighbors with the perfect products for their home.  Our knowledgeable and reliable team is ready to get you started. With over 100 5 star-reviews, we are ready to help you get started.  Contact us today for a free consultation.   You can also reach us at 707-755-7337.

Learn About This Author

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.