It’s easy to partner with Epic Solar Control. Join the 3M™ Window Film Referral Agent Program today, and you can deliver exceptional value to your customers while increasing your revenue potential.
Make an impact with your customers while boosting revenue potential.
Join Epic Solar Control and 3M in our Window Referral Agent Program
Do you provide products and services to:
If your homeowner customers experience:
- high utility bills
- excessive heat or cold & uneven room temperatures
- glare from windows
- concern about harmful UV rays
- privacy challenges
- safety and security concerns
Help your customers protect, enhance, and preserve their property with partners who are able to address their concerns about a wide range of window related issues.
1. Start a conversation with them about how 3M™ Window Films can help.
2. When clients/customers agree to learn more about 3M™ Window Films, inform them that they will be contacted by an authorized and certified 3M Window Film Dealer.
3. Submit your client/customer’s contact information to your local authorized 3M Window Film Dealer.
4. Your local authorized 3MWindow Film Dealer will follow up with your client/customer within 48 to 72 hours to schedule a free, onsite consultation.
5. Once your client/customer receives a quote and agrees to move ahead with the window film installation, your local authorized 3M Window Film Dealer will schedule and install the window film.
6. Upon completion of the installation and collection of payment, your local authorized 3M Window Film Dealer will submit payment to you, the referral agent, for up to 10% of the sale. It’s that easy!
- Join Referral Agent Program to refer homeowners who do not want to replace glass but only want to enhance performance of their existing windows.
- Whether the homeowner is in your shop or you are consulting with them in their home, if they are looking for alternative options to improve their windows without replacing them, refer the homeowner to an authorized 3M Window Film dealer.
- Authorized 3M Window Film Dealer contacts homeowner to provide a free estimate and arrange to install window film.
- Once window film is installed and payment collected, authorized 3M Window Film Dealer will send you a check for up to 10% of the gross.
Window Film Basics
- What is window film?
- What are the benefits of window film?
- How does window film work?
- Window film industry definitions
Window films (also called window tint) are a type of window treatment that offers a wide range of benefits, including improved comfort, energy savings, increased privacy, fade protection, and reduced glare. They work with or without window treatments. Window films are typically applied on the windows and glass surfaces in homes, buildings, and cars by trained professionals.
Window films can range in color from dark to clear to multicolored and come in various patterns and colors. Window films consist of three parts: laminated polyester layers, coatings with adhesive, and a protective hard coat.
- 3M™ Window Films help to reduce the effects of solar heat and sunlight on furnishings.
- By blocking up to 79% of solar heat, 3M™ Window Films help improve comfort, so rooms stay at a more even, moderate temperature.
- 3M™ Window Films help protect your customers’ furnishings by blocking up to 99% of ultraviolet rays.
- By significantly reducing glare, 3M™ Window Films help people work and relax without the eyestrain from excessive light.
- The reflectivity of some window films can help homeowners enjoy enhanced privacy during the day and night.
- 3M™ Window Films can enhance security by helping to deter burglars from breaking and entering through windows and glass doors.
- With 3M™ Fasara™ Glass Finishes, homeowners can achieve the look of etched, cut, sandblasted, or other textured designs at a fraction of the cost.
3M™ Sun Control Window Films are designed to help reduce the amount of solar heat transmitted through window glass by increasing the solar reflectivity and absorption through the glass.
3M™ Safety and Security Window Films help to make glass shatter-resistant by holding the glass pieces together when broken. These films are made with thicker polyester and a much thicker, more aggressive adhesive system.
Visible light Transmitted (VLT): The percentage of visible light that passes directly through filmed glass: the higher the number, the lighter the film.
Total Solar Energy Rejected (TSER): The percentage of total solar energy rejected by filmed glass. The higher the TSER value, the less solar heat energy is transmitted by the filmed glass.
Visible light Reflection: The percentage of visible light reflected from the glass.
UV Rejection: The percentage of ultraviolet light that is rejected by filmed glass. Ultraviolet light contributes to sunburn and other harmful skin conditions from the sun as wells as contributing to the fading and deterioration of fabrics and leather. The higher the number, the more UV rays are blocked.
Glare Reduction: The percentage by which the addition of film reduces visible light.