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We compare the price and performance of the top sun control films

Similar films are grouped together and we then compare performance

We award a smiley to the best performance against the following criteria

best performanceBest for heat protectionWe also award a GOLD, SILVER or BRONZE rating to the top 3 films

best performanceBest Low-E film for insulating the glass against heat loss in winter

best performanceLets in the most light

best performanceIs the least reflective (mirrored)

best performanceLowest price

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We then choose a winner - Best Value Film (ie the highest overall performance at the lowest cost) 

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Clear (untinted) Window Films

BENEFITSHEAT Protection | FADING Protection | Almost INVISIBLE (when viewed internally and externally)
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Performance AssessmentBest ValueGoldSilverSilver
Good TSER, Equal best U-value, Good VLT, more reflective than clear glass at lower priceHighest Heat Reduction (TSER)Second best for heat reduction and Best insulation (U-value)Second best for heat reduction and Best insulation (U-value)
Highest TSER, Good VLT, more reflective than clear glassGood TSER, High VLT, no more reflective than clear glassGood TSER, Good VLT, more reflective than clear glass
COMPANYJWFSmart Films3MHanitaASWF3MSolar Gard
FILM3mm clear glassSun 70ClearView ICE 60Prestige 60 PR 60e-Lite® 70Firewall 70Prestige® 70 PR70LX 70®
WERS rated (1)YesYesYes.YesYesYesYes
VLT % (2)89%67%64%61%66%68%68%
best   72%
VLR % (3)8%Internal 17% External 19%16%Internal 7% External 6%Internal 15% External 16%Internal 9% External 8%Internal 7% External 6%Internal 9% External 9%
UV block % (4)25% Uva99%99%99%99%99%99.9%99%
U-Value (5)5.9
best   5.6
5.8
best   5.6
best   5.6
na5.65.7
SHGC (6)0.850.500.470.610.50 0.45
TSER % (7) (Heat)14%50%
best   58%
52%52%39%50%55%
Sales Rep Price $M2$104.86$129.73$133.44$117.90$90.75$133.44$184.39
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Best Value 
The film that we assess offers the best value for money - highest performance at the lowest cost, taking into account heat (TSER) and insulating performance (U-value), high Visible Light Transmission (VLT) and low Visible Light Reflection.
The difference in price between films is often greater than the difference in performance.
gold medal Highest heat (TSER) performance
silver medal Second highest heat (TSER) performance
bronze medal Third highest heat (TSER) performance
best
Best performance against a specific criteria - for example, highest VLT, lowest VLR, lowest U-value, lowest price.
  • No smiley awared where ALL films perform the same (eg UVblocked  99%)
  • Multiple Smiley's awared where two or more films achieve equal highest performance.
  • No smiley awarded for SHGC since the optimal SGHC for your property, based on location and orientation of windows, will be assessed after an energy audit.
  
Glossary of Terms
1. WERS
Windows Energy Rating Scheme - performance data has been independently tested and verified as correct
2. VLT % Visible Light Transmission - % of visible light that passes through the film. Usually more is better
3. VLR % Visible Light Reflected - % of visible light that is reflected by the film. Clear glass has a VLR of 8%. The higher the VLR the more shiny (mirrored) the film appears. A personal preference but usually less is better
4. UV Blocked % UltraViolet Light Blocked - % of UV light blocked by the film. UV causes sun damage and fading, so more blocked the better
5. U-Value A measure of the flow of heat through a window (glass and frame): the lower the U-value, the better the insulating ability of the window - will keep the interior warmer in winter and cooler in summer
6. SHGC Solar Heat Gain Coefficient - a measure of the amount of heat that can be gained through your windows at times of direct solar contact. The SHGC is important as during summer the SHGC can add large amounts of unwanted heat to your house. Equally in winter the SHGC can be utilised to provide cost and pollution free heat from the sun. The Solar heat gain is measure as a coefficient and indicates the amount of direct solar heat that will penetrate your house.
The SHGC is mainly affected by the glazing type. Products like tinted glass and applied films can help to reduce the SHGC. It is important that when selecting windows and doors the orientation, location and house design are all considered to achieve the best outcomes. In cooler climates it is often advantageous to have a higher SHGC and in hotter climates a lower SHGC is better. To comply with energy reports, the SHGC must be within 10% of the set value,
7. TSER % Total Solar Energy Rejected - % of solar energy (Visible Light + UV Light + InfraRed Light) blocked by the film. All three forms of solar energy will convert to heat energy. Higher % blocked is better but should compare films with similar VLT. Blocking more visible light will improve TSER but make a room feel darker.
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These films are almost invisible when installed and are popular for:

  1. Heat and fading protection for homes with a beautiful view
  2. Heat and fading protection in home units, apartments and buildings that must comply with Body Corporate rules
  3. Retailers seeking to protect stock from sun damage and fading without impeding showroom visibility
 Top 5 Lightly Tinted Films (VLT 40% to 60%) 
 BENEFITSHEAT Protection | FADING Protection | Almost INVISIBLE (when viewed internally and externally) PLUS insulating the window against heat loss in winter
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Performance AssessmentSilverGoldSilverBronze
Best ValueLeast Reflective
Second highest heat reduction and lowest priceHighest heat reduction (TSER) and insulation (U-value)
COMPANYASWFSolar GardSolar GardHanita ASWF
FILM 3mm clear glassLegacy 40Stirling 40Sterling 50 Optitune 40Legacy 50
WERS rated (1)YesYesYesYesYes
VLT % (2)89%45%41%49%41%51%
VLR % (3)8%best    Internal 12% External 13%Internal 30% External 33%Internal 24% External 26%Internal 18% External 21%Internal 10% External 12%
UV block % (4)25% Uva99%99%99%99%99%
U-Value (5)5.9nabest    5.45.55.9na
SHGC (6)0.850.440.370.440.460.51
TSER % (7) (Heat)14%56%best    63%56%54%49%
Sales Rep Price $M2$54.22$70.73$70.73$61.03$54.22
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Meaning of Symbols
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Best Value 
The film that we assess offers the best value for money - highest performance at the lowest cost, taking into account heat (TSER) and insulating performance (U-value), high Visible Light Transmission (VLT) and low Visible Light Reflection.
The difference in price between films is often greater than the difference in performance.
gold medal Highest heat (TSER) performance
silver medal Second highest heat (TSER) performance
bronze medal Third highest heat (TSER) performance
best
Best performance against a specific criteria - for example, highest VLT, lowest VLR, lowest U-value, lowest price.
  • No smiley awared where ALL films perform the same (eg UVblocked  99%)
  • Multiple Smiley's awared where two or more films achieve equal highest performance.
  • No smiley awarded for SHGC since the optimal SGHC for your property, based on location and orientation of windows, will be assessed after an energy audit.
  
Glossary of Terms
1. WERS
Windows Energy Rating Scheme - performance data has been independently tested and verified as correct
2. VLT % Visible Light Transmission - % of visible light that passes through the film. Usually more is better
3. VLR % Visible Light Reflected - % of visible light that is reflected by the film. Clear glass has a VLR of 8%. The higher the VLR the more shiny (mirrored) the film appears. A personal preference but usually less is better
4. UV Blocked % UltraViolet Light Blocked - % of UV light blocked by the film. UV causes sun damage and fading, so more blocked the better
5. U-Value A measure of the flow of heat through a window (glass and frame): the lower the U-value, the better the insulating ability of the window - will keep the interior warmer in winter and cooler in summer
6. SHGC Solar Heat Gain Coefficient - a measure of the amount of heat that can be gained through your windows at times of direct solar contact. The SHGC is important as during summer the SHGC can add large amounts of unwanted heat to your house. Equally in winter the SHGC can be utilised to provide cost and pollution free heat from the sun. The Solar heat gain is measure as a coefficient and indicates the amount of direct solar heat that will penetrate your house.
The SHGC is mainly affected by the glazing type. Products like tinted glass and applied films can help to reduce the SHGC. It is important that when selecting windows and doors the orientation, location and house design are all considered to achieve the best outcomes. In cooler climates it is often advantageous to have a higher SHGC and in hotter climates a lower SHGC is better. To comply with energy reports, the SHGC must be within 10% of the set value,
7. TSER % Total Solar Energy Rejected - % of solar energy (Visible Light + UV Light + InfraRed Light) blocked by the film. All three forms of solar energy will convert to heat energy. Higher % blocked is better but should compare films with similar VLT. Blocking more visible light will improve TSER but make a room feel darker.

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Low-E window films insulate the glass to reduce heat loss in winter, while still offering the benefits of clear window films 

 


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 Light Grey to Very Dark Non-Reflective Films

BENEFITS: HEAT Protection | FADING Protection | Some GLARE Reduction | Glass appears slightly darker externally
Top 5 Very Lightly Tinted Films - Go to: Full list of 15 films 
 
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Performance AssessmentGoldSilverSilverBronzeBronzeBronze
Best ValueLeast Reflective
Highest heat reduction (TSER) at lowest costGood heat reduction (TSER) and best for insulation (U-value)
COMPANYASWFSolar GardHanita3MASWF Solar GardSolar Gard
FILM 3mm clear glassSky 30Slate 30OptiTune 30 Affinity 30 Nature 30TrueVue 30NightSky 30
WERS rated (1)YesYesYesYesYesYesYes
VLT % (2)89%30%30%32%
best   33%
30%31%32%
VLR % (3)8%Internal 26% External 34%Internal 14% External 24%Internal 26% External 32%Internal 19% External 29%Internal 20% External 25%Internal 13% External 22%
best   Internal 9% External 10%
UV block % (4)25% Uva99%99%99%99%99%99%99%
U-Value (5)5.95.75.95.8
best   5.3
6.05.66.0
SHGC (6)0.850.350.370.370.390.390.390.52
TSER % (7 (Heat)14%
best   65%
63%63%61%61%61%48%
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Best Value 
The film that we assess offers the best value for money - highest performance at the lowest cost, taking into account heat (TSER) and insulating performance (U-value), high Visible Light Transmission (VLT) and low Visible Light Reflection.
The difference in price between films is often greater than the difference in performance.
gold medal Highest heat (TSER) performance
silver medal Second highest heat (TSER) performance
bronze medal Third highest heat (TSER) performance
best
Best performance against a specific criteria - for example, highest VLT, lowest VLR, lowest U-value, lowest price.
  • No smiley awared where ALL films perform the same (eg UVblocked  99%)
  • Multiple Smiley's awared where two or more films achieve equal highest performance.
  • No smiley awarded for SHGC since the optimal SGHC for your property, based on location and orientation of windows, will be assessed after an energy audit.
  
Glossary of Terms
1. WERS
Windows Energy Rating Scheme - performance data has been independently tested and verified as correct
2. VLT % Visible Light Transmission - % of visible light that passes through the film. Usually more is better
3. VLR % Visible Light Reflected - % of visible light that is reflected by the film. Clear glass has a VLR of 8%. The higher the VLR the more shiny (mirrored) the film appears. A personal preference but usually less is better
4. UV Blocked % UltraViolet Light Blocked - % of UV light blocked by the film. UV causes sun damage and fading, so more blocked the better
5. U-Value A measure of the flow of heat through a window (glass and frame): the lower the U-value, the better the insulating ability of the window - will keep the interior warmer in winter and cooler in summer
6. SHGC Solar Heat Gain Coefficient - a measure of the amount of heat that can be gained through your windows at times of direct solar contact. The SHGC is important as during summer the SHGC can add large amounts of unwanted heat to your house. Equally in winter the SHGC can be utilised to provide cost and pollution free heat from the sun. The Solar heat gain is measure as a coefficient and indicates the amount of direct solar heat that will penetrate your house.
The SHGC is mainly affected by the glazing type. Products like tinted glass and applied films can help to reduce the SHGC. It is important that when selecting windows and doors the orientation, location and house design are all considered to achieve the best outcomes. In cooler climates it is often advantageous to have a higher SHGC and in hotter climates a lower SHGC is better. To comply with energy reports, the SHGC must be within 10% of the set value,
7. TSER % Total Solar Energy Rejected - % of solar energy (Visible Light + UV Light + InfraRed Light) blocked by the film. All three forms of solar energy will convert to heat energy. Higher % blocked is better but should compare films with similar VLT. Blocking more visible light will improve TSER but make a room feel darker.
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These films are very light in appearance and provide some heat, fading and glare protection
 
BENEFITS: HEAT Protection | FADING Protection | Some GLARE Reduction | Glass appears slightly darker externally
Top 7 Lightly Tinted Films (VLT 30% - 40%) - Go to: Full list of 23 films 
 
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Performance AssessmentGoldSilverSilverBronzeBronzeBronze
Best ValueLeast Reflective
Highest heat reduction (TSER) at lowest costGood heat reduction (TSER) and best for insulation (U-value)
COMPANYASWFSolar GardHanita3MASWF Solar GardSolar Gard
FILM 3mm clear glassSky 30Slate 30OptiTune 30 Affinity 30 Nature 30TrueVue 30NightSky 30
WERS rated (1)YesYesYesYesYesYesYes
VLT % (2)89%30%30%32%
best   33%
30%31%32%
VLR % (3)8%Internal 26% External 34%Internal 14% External 24%Internal 26% External 32%Internal 19% External 29%Internal 20% External 25%Internal 13% External 22%
best   Internal 9% External 10%
UV block % (4)25% Uva99%99%99%99%99%99%99%
U-Value (5)5.95.75.95.8
best   5.3
6.05.66.0
SHGC (6)0.850.350.370.370.390.390.390.52
TSER % (7 (Heat)14%
best   65%
63%63%61%61%61%48%
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Best Value 
The film that we assess offers the best value for money - highest performance at the lowest cost, taking into account heat (TSER) and insulating performance (U-value), high Visible Light Transmission (VLT) and low Visible Light Reflection.
The difference in price between films is often greater than the difference in performance.
gold medal Highest heat (TSER) performance
silver medal Second highest heat (TSER) performance
bronze medal Third highest heat (TSER) performance
best
Best performance against a specific criteria - for example, highest VLT, lowest VLR, lowest U-value, lowest price.
  • No smiley awared where ALL films perform the same (eg UVblocked  99%)
  • Multiple Smiley's awared where two or more films achieve equal highest performance.
  • No smiley awarded for SHGC since the optimal SGHC for your property, based on location and orientation of windows, will be assessed after an energy audit.
  
Glossary of Terms
1. WERS
Windows Energy Rating Scheme - performance data has been independently tested and verified as correct
2. VLT % Visible Light Transmission - % of visible light that passes through the film. Usually more is better
3. VLR % Visible Light Reflected - % of visible light that is reflected by the film. Clear glass has a VLR of 8%. The higher the VLR the more shiny (mirrored) the film appears. A personal preference but usually less is better
4. UV Blocked % UltraViolet Light Blocked - % of UV light blocked by the film. UV causes sun damage and fading, so more blocked the better
5. U-Value A measure of the flow of heat through a window (glass and frame): the lower the U-value, the better the insulating ability of the window - will keep the interior warmer in winter and cooler in summer
6. SHGC Solar Heat Gain Coefficient - a measure of the amount of heat that can be gained through your windows at times of direct solar contact. The SHGC is important as during summer the SHGC can add large amounts of unwanted heat to your house. Equally in winter the SHGC can be utilised to provide cost and pollution free heat from the sun. The Solar heat gain is measure as a coefficient and indicates the amount of direct solar heat that will penetrate your house.
The SHGC is mainly affected by the glazing type. Products like tinted glass and applied films can help to reduce the SHGC. It is important that when selecting windows and doors the orientation, location and house design are all considered to achieve the best outcomes. In cooler climates it is often advantageous to have a higher SHGC and in hotter climates a lower SHGC is better. To comply with energy reports, the SHGC must be within 10% of the set value,
7. TSER % Total Solar Energy Rejected - % of solar energy (Visible Light + UV Light + InfraRed Light) blocked by the film. All three forms of solar energy will convert to heat energy. Higher % blocked is better but should compare films with similar VLT. Blocking more visible light will improve TSER but make a room feel darker.

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  • Price 3M Affinity 30
  • Price ASWF Nature 30
  • Price ASWF Sky 30
  • Hanita Optitune 30
  • Price SolarGard TrueVue 30
  • Price SolarGard NightSky 30
  • Price SolarGard Slate 30
These films are very light in appearance and provide some heat, fading and glare protection
 
 
BENEFITS: HEAT Protection | FADING Protection | PRIVACY | Control GLARE | Won't make room "feel" dark | Glass appears dark externally 
Top 7 Medium Tinted Films (VLT 20% - 30%) - Go to: Full list of 19 films 
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Performance AssessmentSilverGoldSilverBronzeBronzeBronze
Best ValueHighest heat reduction (TSER) and second highest insulation (U-value) but highly reflective and higher costLeast Reflective
Second highest heat reduction (TSER) at 1/3 less cost than top performer.
COMPANYASWFSolar GardSolar GardJohnson Window Films SuntekHanitaSolar Gard
FILM 3mm clear glassSky 20Stirling 20Slate 20Scenic View 25SYDS 25 OptiTune 22Quantum 20
WERS rated (1)YesYesYesYesYesYesYes
VLT % (2)89%23%23%23%27%27%21%22%
VLR % (3)8%Internal 16% External 33%Internal 42% External 45%Internal 17% External 31%Internal 25% External 38%Internal 20% External 35%Internal 15% External 32%Internal 6% External 8%
UV block % (4)25% UVa99%99%99%99%99%99%99%
U-Value (5)5.95.75.45.95.75.85.85.9
SHGC (6)0.850.300.240.300.330.380.330.41
TSER % (7) (Heat)14%70%76%70%67%67%67%59%
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Meaning of Symbols
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Best Value 
The film that we assess offers the best value for money - highest performance at the lowest cost, taking into account heat (TSER) and insulating performance (U-value), high Visible Light Transmission (VLT) and low Visible Light Reflection.
The difference in price between films is often greater than the difference in performance.
gold medal Highest heat (TSER) performance
silver medal Second highest heat (TSER) performance
bronze medal Third highest heat (TSER) performance
best
Best performance against a specific criteria - for example, highest VLT, lowest VLR, lowest U-value, lowest price.
  • No smiley awared where ALL films perform the same (eg UVblocked  99%)
  • Multiple Smiley's awared where two or more films achieve equal highest performance.
  • No smiley awarded for SHGC since the optimal SGHC for your property, based on location and orientation of windows, will be assessed after an energy audit.
  
Glossary of Terms
1. WERS
Windows Energy Rating Scheme - performance data has been independently tested and verified as correct
2. VLT % Visible Light Transmission - % of visible light that passes through the film. Usually more is better
3. VLR % Visible Light Reflected - % of visible light that is reflected by the film. Clear glass has a VLR of 8%. The higher the VLR the more shiny (mirrored) the film appears. A personal preference but usually less is better
4. UV Blocked % UltraViolet Light Blocked - % of UV light blocked by the film. UV causes sun damage and fading, so more blocked the better
5. U-Value A measure of the flow of heat through a window (glass and frame): the lower the U-value, the better the insulating ability of the window - will keep the interior warmer in winter and cooler in summer
6. SHGC Solar Heat Gain Coefficient - a measure of the amount of heat that can be gained through your windows at times of direct solar contact. The SHGC is important as during summer the SHGC can add large amounts of unwanted heat to your house. Equally in winter the SHGC can be utilised to provide cost and pollution free heat from the sun. The Solar heat gain is measure as a coefficient and indicates the amount of direct solar heat that will penetrate your house.
The SHGC is mainly affected by the glazing type. Products like tinted glass and applied films can help to reduce the SHGC. It is important that when selecting windows and doors the orientation, location and house design are all considered to achieve the best outcomes. In cooler climates it is often advantageous to have a higher SHGC and in hotter climates a lower SHGC is better. To comply with energy reports, the SHGC must be within 10% of the set value,
7. TSER % Total Solar Energy Rejected - % of solar energy (Visible Light + UV Light + InfraRed Light) blocked by the film. All three forms of solar energy will convert to heat energy. Higher % blocked is better but should compare films with similar VLT. Blocking more visible light will improve TSER but make a room feel darker.
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These films are the most popular for living rooms - blocks just enough light to provide privacy without making the room "feel" dark
BENEFITS: HEAT Protection | FADING Protection | PRIVACY Control GLARE | Room "feels" darker | Glass appears dark externally 
These films are popular for bedrooms, particular for west-facing rooms - they will make a room "feel" darker but will block up to 70% heat - many people are happy to sacrifice some light in a bedroom during the day to achieve higher heat reduction.
BENEFITS: HEAT Protection | FADING Protection | PRIVACY Control GLARE | Blocks Light and Darkens Room| Glass appears dark externally
These films will make a room "feel" dark and are a popular choice for thehome theatre or shift workers needing to sleep during the day

 Reflective Silver and Reflective Bronze (Mirrored) Films

reflective films

 BENEFITS: HEAT Protection | FADING Protection | PRIVACY Control GLARE | Glass appears mirrored externally

Reflective Silver VLT 35%

  • Price ASWF Reflection 35
  • Price Hanita Silver 35
  • Price Johnson Window Films Solar Silver 35 -SS35
  • SolarGard Silver 35
  • SunTek Silver 35 - SDS35

Reflective Silver VLT 20%

These films are the most cost effective - block the most heat for the least cost - and are frequently used in commercial buildings

BENEFITS: HEAT Protection | FADING Protection | PRIVACY Control GLARE | Glass appears mirrored externally

Reflective Silver VLT 35%

  • Price 3M Silver 35 External
  • Price Hanita Silver 35 Xtra
  • SolarGard Sentinal Silver Plus Silver 35 OSW

Reflective Silver VLT 20%

  • Price 3M Silver 15 External
  • Price Hanita Silver 20 Xtra
  • Price Johnson Window Films Solar Silver 20 External
  • MEP (Llumar) RHE-29 ER HPR
  • Solar Gard Sentinal Olus Silver 20 OSW

These films are the most cost effective - block the most heat for the least cost - and are frequently used in commercial buildings

BENEFITS: HEAT Protection | FADING Protection | PRIVACY Control GLARE | Glass appears mirrored externally

Reflective Silver VLT 35%

  • Price 3M Silver 35 External
  • Price Hanita Silver 35 Xtra
  • SolarGard Sentinal Silver Plus Silver 35 OSW

Reflective Silver VLT 20%

  • Price 3M Silver 15 External
  • Price Hanita Silver 20 Xtra
  • Price Johnson Window Films Solar Silver 20 External
  • MEP (Llumar) RHE-29 ER HPR
  • Solar Gard Sentinal Olus Silver 20 OSW

These films are the most cost effective - block the most heat for the least cost - and are frequently used in commercial buildings

 BENEFITS: HEAT Protection | FADING Protection | PRIVACY | Eliminate On-Screen GLARE | Glass appears mirrored externally
 These films were developed to control heat and glare in the office - the films are mirrored externally for maximum heat reduction and are dark internally to eliminate glare on computer screen.
 BENEFITS: HEAT Protection | FADING Protection | PRIVACY | Control GLARE | Glass appears bronze externally

 These films are verycost effective and are frequently used in commercial buildings


 Films Installed Externally

 BENEFITS: HEAT Protection | FADING Protection | Film is not visible internally or externally

Clear External Films

  • Price 3M Prestige 40 External
  • Price 3M Prestige 70 External
  • Price 3M Prestige 90 External
  • Price Hanita e-lite 45 Xtra
  • Price Hanita e-lite 70 Xtra
  • Price Hanita OptiLite 75 Xtra

 These films are cost effective when internal installation is impractical

 BENEFITS: HEAT Protection | FADING Protection | PRIVACY Control GLARE | Glass appears grey or mirrored externally

Neutral (Grey) External Films 

 

External Silver Films

Reflective Silver VLT 35%

  • Price 3M Silver 35 External
  • Price Hanita Silver 35 Xtra
  • Price Hanita XTRM Silver 35X
  • SolarGard Sentinal Silver Plus Silver 35 OSW

Reflective Silver VLT 20%

  • Price 3M Silver 15 External
  • Price Hanita Silver 20 Xtra
  • Price Hanita XTRM Silver 20X
  • Price Johnson Window Films Solar Silver 20 External
  • MEP (Llumar) RHE-29 ER HPR
  • Solar Gard Sentinal Plus Silver 20 OSW

External Bronze Films

  • Price Hanita Solar Bronze 20 Xtra

 These films are cost effective when internal installation is impractical


 Ceramic Window Films


 Low-E Window Films - Stay Warm in Winter

BENEFITS: HEAT Protection | FADING Protection | Film is not visible internally or externally

Clear Low-E Films

Low-E window films insulate the glass to reduce heat loss in winter, while still offering the benefits of clear window films 

BENEFITS: HEAT Protection | FADING Protection | PRIVACY Control GLARE | Glass appears mirrored externally

Neutral (Grey) Low-E Films

Reflective Silver Low-E Films

Reflective Silver VLT 35%

  • Price 3M Low-E 35 Silver
  • Price Hanita Silver 35 Low-E

Reflective Silver VLT 20%

These films are the most cost effective - block the most heat for the least cost - and are frequently used in commercial buildings