Sunrooms can be great. They create an open and airy feeling that can be enjoyed for much of the year. However, many people have issues with excessive sunroom heat and glare during certain times of the year. That was exactly the situation in this Lakewood, Ohio home. The owner had a tree removed and now this space was getting too much sun.
We consulted with the homeowner and explained the options. Ultimately we decided upon a 3M window film called Exterior Prestige 70. This film will do a terrific job of blocking unwanted heat and irritating glare while still giving great vision in and out.
The 3M website gives these details about this film:
3M™ Sun Control Window Film Prestige Exterior Series 70 is a premium solar window films made with multi-layered, metal-free nanotechnology. These films reduce heat for a more comfortable working environment. They’re clear and non-reflective to maintain the original appearance of the building. Protect homes and offices from heat gain through windows and glazed doors.
- Clear, non reflective appearance maintains the original look of the building
- High visual light transmission providing excellent aesthetics
- Up to 97% infrared rejection providing energy savings and enhanced comfort
- Low interior and exterior reflectivity enhances views while maintaining exterior appearance
- Innovative heat protection in summer, negligible heat loss during winter
- Completely metal free construction, no corrosion, no signal interference
We hope you enjoyed the information about home window films used to address sunroom heat and glare like what was used on this project in Lakewood, Ohio. If you would like more information about the home window tint and film that we offer or if you have any questions, contact us by calling (800) 975-8183, emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org or filling out the form at the page found HERE. We would be happy to provide a free, no obligation consultation and cost estimate of retrofitting a residential window film solution onto your space’s existing windows in Toledo, Cleveland, Northern Ohio and Southeastern Michigan area.