New "Go Green" Infographic Celebrates Professionally Installed Window Film Ahead of National Window Film Day
The International Window Film Association (IWFA), a nonprofit trade association representing leading manufacturers, distributors and dealers, is proud to recognize April 30, 2017, as the fourth annual National Window Film Day (NWFD).
Washington, D.C. – April 11, 2017 – The International Window Film Association (IWFA), a nonprofit trade association representing leading manufacturers, distributors and dealers, is proud to recognize April 30, 2017, as the fourth annual National Window Film Day (NWFD). In alignment with proclamations issued by governors and mayors across the United States, NWFD is a day dedicated to furthering public education of the many benefits of professionally installed window film including: energy efficiency, indoor temperature comfort, blocking 99% of the sun's UVA rays, the reduction of fading of furnishings and possible harmful exposure to skin and eyes.
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“From increased energy efficiency to protection from 99% of UV rays, professionally installed window film offers home and business owners an affordable improvement to help save money and the environment," said Jack Mundy, President, IWFA. "As a part of the IWFA's celebration of National Window Film Day, we are pleased to share a new 'Go Green' infographic."
The free "Go Green and Save Green" infographic (Download Here) highlights the many benefits of window film and emphasizes how professionally installed window film is a good choice for the environment over replacing older windows entirely. A professional installation of window film helps consumers save on heating and cooling costs and may also be eligible for "Go Green" energy rebates.
"Window film offers a significant economic benefit at many levels - from employment to energy savings to improved health, to the reduction of our carbon footprint," said Darrell Smith, Executive Director, IWFA. "We are very happy to see the growing support of National Window Film Day and the window film industry from our nation's officials.”
To find professionally accredited window film installers near you, visit the IWFA's Find An Installer; for more information on NWFD, visit IWFA website.
About the International Window Film Association
The International Window Film Association (IWFA) (www.iwfa.com) is a unified industry body of window film dealers, distributors, and manufacturers that facilitates the growth of the window film industry though the use of education, research, advocacy and consumer awareness. The organization builds alliances with trade associations, utilities and government agencies to advance dealers’ and distributors’ businesses and provide value to their customers.
Erin Vadala; Warner Communications