IWFA Promotes Window Film as Solution for Glare

January 19th, 2012 by Editor

The International Window Film Association (IWFA) is informing customers about some specific benefits of using window film. In a press release, the IWFA explains to consumers that in the winter months the sun’s lower positioning can create more glare problems in buildings. The association goes on to say that using window film can help alleviate glare problems as well as better control hot spots and assist HVAC systems to work more efficiently.

To read the full release, which is a part of the IWFA’s campaign to highlight the advantages of window film,  follow the link below.

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