Posts Tagged ‘IWFA’

Connecticut Senate Bill 586 Concerns Industry, Association

Jan 25th, 2023

A bill in the senate has aroused concern for the industry. The International Window Film Association (IWFA) sent out an alert to its members concerning Connecticut Senate Bill 586, which was introduced on January 18, 2023. If passed, SB 586 will prohibit the installation of “any transparent material on the front windshield or on the […]

IWFA Window Film Guidelines

Jan 18th, 2023

To help educate consumers, the International Window Film Association (IWFA) has compiled guidelines for automotive inspection, architectural inspection and bullet resistance. Keep these in mind when speaking with a window film installer company. Click here to read more.

New Window Film Gift Guide Offered for Year-Round Savings

Dec 6th, 2022

The warmth of the holiday season from all of the excitement of sharing good times and good food with family and friends may soon wane as colder temperatures take over many parts of North America. To help homeowners stay warm, given the harsh reality of high energy prices, the nonprofit International Window Film Association (IWFA) […]

Window Films Combat Home Heating Loss and Damage from the Low Winter Sun

Nov 9th, 2022

With predictions of sky-high energy costs and electricity shortages this winter, everyone should take an ‘all hands on deck’ approach to combat home heating loss by improving their existing windows, states the nonprofit International Window Film Association (IWFA). Click here to read more.

Retailers: Prepare for ‘Thieving Season;’ Security Window Film May Deter Smash and Grab Crime

Oct 26th, 2022

For retailers the winter season is traditionally one of their strongest sales periods of the year, but it is also ‘thieving season’. Retailers need to prepare for crimes of opportunity such as lightning quick smash and grab crimes, states the nonprofit International Window Film Association (IWFA), which is recommending the installation of security window films […]

Unprotected Dark Automotive Glass may Offer a False Sense of Security

Jun 8th, 2022

Unprotected dark automotive glass may offer a false sense of security to vehicle owners who could believe dark glass affords them protection from the sun’s harmful ultraviolet (UV) rays, according to the nonprofit International Window Film Association (IWFA). “Many newer vehicles have dark or dyed glass from the manufacturer and it may give consumers the […]

Myth Buster: Does Window Film Need to be Dark to Work?

Feb 23rd, 2022

Dark window film isn’t necessary for controlling the sun’s energy as it enters the interior of a building. Visibly clear window film can be just as effective as a dark window film. Click here to read more.

How to Beat the February Fade Blues

Feb 9th, 2022

The winter’s sun may feel good streaming through a home’s windows, but there is a dark side to this natural light—namely the sun’s Ultraviolet (UV) rays that contribute up to 40% of all interior fading. The rays may also lead to skin cancers and eye damage as well, according to the International Window Film Association […]

IWFA’s Board Expands to Seventeen Members

Jan 19th, 2022

The International Window Film Association’s (IWFA) board members have elected a leadership team. The move expands the board’s size to 17 and may indicate the window film market’s growth, according to the association. The following 17 individuals elected to the IWFA’s board of directors represent a cross-section of the window film industry from manufacturers, distributors […]

Give a Gift to the Planet This Season With Carbon-Reducing Window Films

Dec 8th, 2021

The holiday season is a busy period, but it provides an opportunity for consumers to give a gift to both the planet and their budget by scheduling home improvements for completion later in the year with window film industry professionals. “The holidays can be a hectic time, but consumers should not lose sight of the […]

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