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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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IWFA Member Update


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You may have noticed that we've made some changes to the IWFA site to increase security. Previously, registered IWFA members could simply reenter their email address to be taken to the latest issue of the IWFA View Magazine. With these new changes, if you are already registered and try and reenter your email address you will get an error. 

We've added a new menu item that will take you directly to the IWFA View Magazine but you must be logged in with your IWFA Username and password to access it. (It will display in the top menu of each page when you're logged in). If you have any issues logging in, please Contact Us!

IWFA's Women In Window Film Series - Rose Bartoli

Her Window Film Business Started As A Way To Improve Her View - Rose Bartoli, president of Sun Control Plus based in Old Forge, PA was looking for a way to reduce glare coming through a bedroom window and ended up with a successful window film business in Northeast Pennsylvania. Read the details of her career path and her secrets for success by clicking here.

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Window Film News

You Can’t Smear SPF-30 on Interior Furnishings To Protect Them From Winter’s Harsh Sunlight

Washington, D.C. - November 18, 2019 - With unrestricted access to a home’s interior, the winter sun’s destructive force of ultra-violet (UV) radiation and the more direct penetration through unprotected windows can damage costly furniture, drapes, floors and even the skin. 

November 18, 2019 0 Comments

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
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'My View' Blog

Thankful For So Much

November is a great month to reflect on all of the things in life to be thankful for. December can be quite busy and while there is always time to say ‘thanks’, somehow November provides a better backdrop and important dates for me to count my blessings.
November 11, 2019 0 Comments

How To Protect Your Privacy and Safety

Many older homes may have single or dual pane windows in bathrooms, in stairwells and surrounding front entry ways or in doors. In other areas of the home some windows may be located only 18 inches above a floor. Unfortunately, in some instances these windows may not be in compliance with the most current building codes for safety.
October 3, 2019 0 Comments
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