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Thursday, June 24, 2021

Official Window Film Information

Window film information for consumers and industry professionals, such as architects, automotive aftermarket dealers, contractors, building managers and energy specialists.


 

Welcome to IWFA

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.  

IWFA e-Newsletter Sign-up

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...

IWFA History Corner

Formation of the Members Action Committee

   In celebration of the 30th anniversary of the IWFA, which officially got underway in 1991, the Association is introducing a new feature for the website titled 'Did You Know'. The purpose of the feature is to provide some background and insight into the long-term actions of the IWFA. We begin with a program that is central to our dealer members. The...

Did You Know?

In celebration of the 30th anniversary of the IWFA, the Association is introducing a new series for the website titled 'Did You Know?'. The purpose of this feature is to provide some background and insight into the long-term goals and activities of the IWFA. Check back frequently as we will be featuring different topics on a rotating basis in the new history...

Window Film News

$500 Federal Tax Credit Announced For Energy Saving Window Film

  Washington, D.C. – March 2, 2020 – The International Window Film Association (IWFA) announced that a Federal tax credit of up to $500 is available for qualifying residential window film. The tax credit is available for up to 10 percent of the documented amount paid for qualified nonbusiness residential energy efficiency improvements installed...

Window Film Association Elects Strong Leadership To Guide The Industry

Washington, D.C. - February 3, 2020 – The International Window Film Association (IWFA) has elected a strong and experienced leadership team representing a cross-section of the window film industry to help guide and further build on the rapid adoption of window film as a multi-faceted building and automotive retrofit solution for both the commercial and consumer...
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'My View' Blog

IWFA Accreditations May Make You Stand Out!

The IWFA offers four accreditations: Solar Control Specialist, Safety and Security Film Specialist, Advanced Solar Control Specialist and Automotive Window Film Specialist. Each of these demonstrates an individual's comprehension and knowledge of each subject and is earned by passing a proctored test, whether in-person or online. In a sense, accreditation is a...

2020 In Hindsight

Sometimes when you are driving through a rough patch on the road, you are glad to see it go away in your rear view mirror as you move forward. That’s about how we feel about 2020. The year began like a rocket ride, with the economy pushing through historic boundaries on all fronts. So, when the COVID pandemic struck, it grounded everything real fast and rather than...
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