Your home can feel too warm and intensely bright when sunlight streams in through unprotected windows. Thankfully, you can now relax at home safely and comfortably with 3M’s Prestige Window Films specially designed to keep the heat and glare out without sacrificing the beauty of natural daylight.
Made with a proprietary multi-layer optical film technology, you’ll barely even notice these almost invisible, spectrally-selective films that substantially reject infrared heat from the sun by up to 97 per cent, while allowing visible light to pass through. This means you save more money on energy bills, because you won’t need to turn on the air-conditioner or rely on artificial lighting with the curtains closed.
What’s more, 3M Prestige Window Films can protect you and your family from the effects of sun damage by blocking up to 99.9 per cent of UV rays with SPF value of over 1,000, effectively reducing the risks of skin cancer and slowing down the process of ageing skin. This also protects your furnishings from fading and yellowing, so you can keep them in excellent condition for more years to come.
With fifty years of experience, 3M’s window films are intended to make your home a more comfortable, secure space by offering an additional layer of protection to your windows. With a 15-year warranty, Prestige Window Films have zero metal content which promises zero interference with your wireless communications and won’t corrode. Its low reflectivity also gives you a clearer view of the world outside without the sun’s heat in the day nor mirror images at night.
For more information, visit www.3Mwindowfilm.sg.
JUST FOR YOU!
Enjoy 25% Off Prestige Window Films*
*Terms and conditions:
• Promotion is valid till August 14, 2016.
• For a free consultation, please contact 3M’s authorised distributor, Jestac Pte Ltd, Tel: 6288 8290.
• Please quote “The Singapore Women’s Weekly” when making an appointment.
• Not valid with other promotions, offers and discounts, etc.
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As featured in the July 2016 issue of The Singapore Women’s Weekly.