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About the IWFA

The International Window Film Association (IWFA) is an educational resource for consumers and industry professionals seeking to learn more about the many benefits of window films.

What You Need To Know About Indoor Sun Protection

Indoor Sun Protection Youtube Video IconThe IWFA took to the streets of California to see what people really know about indoor sun protection.  Their comments may surprise you!
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Cost-effective window films offer a high-tech and cost-effective way to control energy use, provide safety benefits and protect both your skin and furnishings. View More Videos >>

 


A Consumer Guide To Rating Window Film

This 5-minute video takes a consumer step-by-step from the process of realizing their cooling system isn't keeping up with the sun's heat, to finding a local dealer and installer of window film to learning how window films are rated for ability to repel solar heat gain. Hint: Just like glass windows.

 

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Stay up to date with the latest developments in the window film industry and the International Window Film Industry by signing-up for the IWFA View e-newsletter. The newsletter arrives in your email inbox from the IWFA using the ConstantContact email program. The IWFA creates new content designed to inform and support people in the industry. Sign-up here by clicking on this link and entering your email address and other details if you wish.

 

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How To Use Indoor Sunlight To Improve Your Mood and Make You Feel Warmer, While Protecting Skin and Furnishings

Washington, D.C. - October 21, 2019 - With November 3 marking the end of Daylight Savings and more pronounced shorter periods of daylight in the northern hemisphere, the nonprofit International Window Film Association is offering advice on how to maximize the benefits of indoor sunlight, while protecting the skin and furnishings. Shorter days and limited sunlight can...
October 21, 2019 0 Comments

Five Tips to Decarbonize and Reduce a Home’s Energy Use For National Energy Awareness Month

Washington, D.C. - September 17, 2019 – To kick-off National Energy Awareness Month this October, the International Window Film Association (IWFA) offers five top tips to save homeowners money and to help decarbonize the environment by reducing building emissions. “An energy efficient building keeps more money in consumer pockets and cuts the carbon released...
September 16, 2019 0 Comments
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What The IWFA Logo Means For Consumers

Many professions have an association. Some professions require membership and certification or a license in order to work in the profession. Examples are: Accountants, Architects, Therapists, Teachers, Engineers, Nurses and many others. The window film industry is one of the few professions available where certification or licensing may not be required. In some locations,...
October 5, 2020 0 Comments

The Industry Is Ready To Bounce Forward – Not Just Back

The IWFA is launching an unprecedented marketing program called Operation: Rock N’Roll to provide local window film shops with marketing tools and support to help them ‘bounce forward’ from the recent economic setback caused by the COVID-19 emergency. Materials and strategies are being finalized and will be available to ALL in the industry. The IWFA...
June 12, 2020 0 Comments
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