Window Film For Indoor Sun Protection
Blocks up to 99.9% Ultraviolet Rays
Did you know that window film can help provide sun protection for your skin and interior furnishings? Most people do not realize that harmful UV rays can pass through glass. The deep-penetrating Ultraviolet A (UVA) rays in particular can reach you behind a glass window or door in your home or office.
UVA rays account for 90% of the sun's most damaging rays. UVA rays streaming through glass not only can damage your skin and may contribute to wrinkles, photo damage, or worse, cancers of the skin, they also adversely affect fabrics and furnishings.
With one out of five Americans diagnosed with skin cancer, who wants to take a chance? Now you don't have to. Vista™ window film for sun protection with UVShield™ technology was made specifically for indoor sun protection. It is a microthin, clear window film that distortion free so you can enjoy the view without the UV.
Skin Cancer Seal of Recommendation for Protective Window Film
Vista window film for sun protection has been recommended by physicians nationwide as a skin safe preventative measure for patients with solar sensitivity, skin related diseases and cancers of the skin. Vista window film with clear UVShield™ technology carries the Skin Cancer Foundation's Seal of Recommendation as a sun protection product that is safe and effective. In fact, many dermatologists, pediatricians, cosmetic surgeons and general practitioners nationwide have Vista window film successfully installed on the windows of their offices and homes.
You can never be too safe. Help change the odds for your family. Protect against the UV rays passing through glass in your home. Make Vista window film part of your sun protection program. It's a product you can live with!
Contact your local Vista window film dealer for more information.
VISTA™ Window Films
Fifth Avenue Furnishings Protected from UV Rays
The sofa was shades lighter than originally and the dining table, piano, and wood floors were dull and losing their positive color. The cause was clear: the sun's UV rays streaming through the south and west windows.
Thanks to the sun protection provided by Vista window film, the homeowner's spectacular views are maintained without the worry of fading furnishings.