What is it?

Window films

Blocks visibility from outside while allowing light to pass through.

Reduces heat and glare from sunlight, improving energy efficiency and resulting in cost savings

Reinforces windows to make them more shatter resistant.

Adds patterns, colors, or designs to windows for aesthetic purposes. Can be used for branding and advertising.

Blocks harmful UV and IR rays, protecting furnishings and occupants from sun damage.

Using a low voltage signal, smart film changes from opaque to clear using a thin layer of liquid crystal molecules controlled by electricity via a switch, remote, or mobile app. It’s perfect for modern offices, hotels, homes, and retail spaces.

Architectural wraps

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Window films

Yes, most window films can be removed, but the ease of removal depends on the type of film and how long it has been in place. Some films may leave adhesive residue that requires cleaning.

Window film installation requires skill and precision to avoid bubbles, creases, or imperfections. Have SAJE professionally install your window film choices for the best results.

Solar control window films can reduce heat gain in the summer and heat loss in the winter, which can lead to lower cooling and heating costs. They also minimize glare, improving comfort.


Yes, many window films are designed to block a significant portion of harmful UV rays. This helps protect furnishings, artwork, and occupants from UV damage and skin cancer risks. Our solar control window films block 97-99% of the incoming UV rays and 100% of IR within a specified spectrum.

The impact on the view depends on the type of window film. Privacy films, for example, can obscure the view from both inside and outside. Solar control films reduce glare but typically do not significantly impact the view.

Yes, window film is used in both residential and commercial settings. In homes, it can enhance privacy and energy efficiency. In commercial buildings, it can provide branding opportunities, reduce energy costs, improve security, and many products come with LEED credit eligibility.

The impact of window film on a glass warranty can vary depending on several factors, including the type of window film, the manufacturer’s warranty terms, and how the film is installed. Here are some general considerations:

  • Type of Window Film: Some window films are designed to be compatible with various types of glass, and they are less likely to void the glass warranty. We will only recommend films that are explicitly designated as compatible with your windows. We provide you with the specifications/data sheets for your records and we adhere to the installation guidelines to minimize the risk of warranty issues.
  • Window Manufacturer’s Warranty Terms: Glass manufacturers often provide warranties on their products that cover defects in the glass itself. These warranties may have specific terms and conditions, and they can vary from one manufacturer to another. It’s important to review the warranty documentation provided by the glass manufacturer to understand any limitations or exclusions related to the use of window film.
  • SAJE Installation and Product Warranty: Improper installation of window film can potentially lead to issues such as thermal stress on the glass, which may not be covered by the glass manufacturer’s warranty. To minimize the risk of warranty voidance, it’s essential to have the window film installed by a professional with experience in applying film to glass surfaces. At SAJE we warranty our installation and our suppliers honour the products’ warranties (usually 5 to 10 years).
  • Consult with the Manufacturer: If you are concerned about how window film might impact your glass warranty, consider reaching out to the glass manufacturer directly. They can provide guidance on whether the use of window film will void their warranty and whether specific types of film are recommended.

In summary, the impact of window film on a glass warranty can vary, and SAJE will do everything we can to ensure that potential warranty implications are addressed to minimize the risk of voiding the window warranty and to ensure your satisfaction.

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Solar Screen Window Films

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3M DI-NOC Architectural Wraps

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3M Fasara Window Films

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Allyson Sutton 


Whistler BC Office

(604) 932-7609

Sarah-Jo Doucet 


Calgary AB Office

(587) 588-7399

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