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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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Car Window Tint: Why Darker May Not Be Better To Be Cool

Washington, D.C. - June 4, 2019 - Automotive window films, or tint, may offer a wide variety of benefits, such as reduced exposure to the sun's harmful UV rays, a cooler cabin, reduced glare and more safety for the occupants, according to the nonprofit International Window Film Association (IWFA). "Today's automotive window films offer a wide spectrum of...
June 5, 2019 0 Comments

The Sun's Skin Cancer Causing UV Rays Penetrate Unprotected Glass

Washington, D.C. - May 14, 2019 - While many people are aware the sun's ultraviolet (UV) rays may lead to skin cancers on unprotected skin outdoors, medical research indicates that being exposed to the sun's harmful UV rays indoors may also lead to skin damage, whether inside a vehicle or building. "Unprotected glass, even glass that is colored to appear...
May 14, 2019 0 Comments
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Remember Our Few and Our Proud and Thank Them For All They Have Done For US

                By Darrell Smith Less than a half percent of the US population is serving in one of our branches of the military this Memorial Day, or 1.3 million out of our population of 330 million people. In all there are about 19 million veterans alive today and nearly 75% of this figure are aged 65...
May 21, 2020 0 Comments

Remembering Kenneth G. Vickers

It is with deep sympathy that we report on the death of longtime window film industry leader and pioneer, Ken Vickers, age 80, of Martinsville, Virginia. Ken was truly an exceptional force in helping to shape the worldwide window film industry and community. Highly-respected and active in the industry, he remained Chairman Emeritus of CPFilms Inc., a consultant with...
May 7, 2020 0 Comments
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