Window Film Provides a Protective Shield

April 22nd, 2020 by Emmariah Holcomb

The International Window Film Association (IWFA) is saluting National Window Film Day (NWFD) on April 30th, which is a day of public education focused on window film as a protective shield that may reduce energy costs, protect the skin and home decor from the sun’s damaging UV rays and offer improved window safety.

Many IWFA member manufacturers are actively engaged in helping the global effort to fight the COVID-19 virus health crisis by also making protective masks and shield components to help protect people from the virus.

“We are very proud of our members who are doing many things on a variety of levels to combat the impact of the Corona virus,” said Darrell Smith, IWFA executive director. “On an ongoing basis, window film offers a protective shield to building owners and consumers by upgrading ordinary glass on windows, doors, skylights and vehicle glass to improve energy performance, UV rejection and overall safety.”

While the window film industry is focused on supporting employees and customers, the IWFA is saluting window film during NWFD noting the significant contribution that it makes. In alignment with the social distancing programs now in place to combat COVID-19, and as part of NWFD, the IWFA is offering several free booklets on the energy savings and health benefits of window film on its website.

“NWFD 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,” said Smith.

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