Vista Window Film

Vista Window Film was introduced by CPFilms in 1992. It was designed to target the residential market, those who thought window films were too dark or too shiny. The product was an immediate success with the interior design industry because the films were nearly invisible but provided excellent fade, heat, and glare control.

Over the last ten years the Vista product line has grown to include the newest spectrally selective films as well as high heat control films for the commercial market. Vista is the choice for many notable installations such as the Mauna Lani Hotel on the Kona coast of Hawaii, the New World Art Center and the Regis Philbin residence in Manhattan, and all of the buildings owned by the city of Denver, Colorado.

With Vista Window Film, you will get the most technologically advanced product from the largest manufacturer, CPFilms. Vista is regularly featured in advertising and articles in publications such as Architectural Digest, Town and Country, House and Garden, Sunset, Southern Living and others.

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