Ceramic Window Film Provides Solar Protection for Commercial Buildings

Featuring advanced technology and a neutral gray hue that’s difficult to detect, Vista™ ceramic film adds a discreet boost to window glass performance. It helps control the sun’s infrared rays (and their heat) to improve comfort, while also blocking more than 99% of the UV rays that contribute to fading of interior finishes and furnishings. Glare is reduced as well, for better screen views and enhanced productivity.

Ceramic window film is the right choice when a commercial building’s exterior looks ideal, but the glass doesn’t have enough solar control. Once installed Vista ceramic film plays a key role in taming heat without looking reflective or changing the color of sunlight.

Coast-Ready, Corrosion-Resistant Technology

The materials and construction used for Vista ceramic window film make it suitable for installation anywhere, including coastal properties. This is why edge sealing is not needed. Other films need edge sealing to stand up to corrosive salt deposits and sea air.

Extensive Testing and Warranty Protection 

We’ve tested Vista ceramic window film extensively in multiple locations and in a variety of climates. This helps ensure uncompromising performance and allows us to confidently back your film investment with a manufacturer’s limited warranty. *

A LLumar SelectPro Dealer Exclusive  

You’ll find LLumar® Vista ceramic film only at our national network of LLumar SelectPro™ dealers. They’re recognized for top performance in 30 strict measures of quality. You can trust these expert professionals to deliver an outstanding experience, from film selection to installation. 

*Certain restrictions apply; see dealer for warranty details.

Interactive Film Viewer

See any one of our solar control or decorative film types in a real-world, commercial environment with this easy click-and-see tool. Once you explore how films change the look, light and mood of an interior you’ll be able to confidently spec any upcoming building project.  

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