Posts Tagged ‘The International Window Film Association (IWFA)’

IWFA to Hold Networking Event at WFCT

Aug 17th, 2022

The International Window Film Association (IWFA) will host a Networking Event for its members during the 21st Annual International Window Film Conference and Tint-Off™ (WFCT) this September 14-16 at the Henry B. González Convention Center in San Antonio. The member-only gathering will be held at the San Antonio Marriott Riverwalk Hotel on Thursday, September 15 […]

15 U.S. Governors Proclaim National Window Film Day

Apr 27th, 2022

The window film industry is expanding, and the eighth National Window Film Day on April 30th is one such indicator. 15 U.S. Governors have submitted proclamations ahead of the day, which the International Window Film Association (IWFA) inaugurated in 2014. “The IWFA initiated National Window Film Day for the entire industry as a way to […]

Nearly Half of U.S. Homeowners Say ‘Yes’ to Window Film for Energy Savings

Apr 6th, 2022

A new survey, asking U.S. homeowners who don’t have window film installed if they are likely to have it professionally installed to improve the energy-saving performance of their existing windows, saw 46% of respondents say yes. The Harris Poll conducted the survey on behalf of the International Window Film Association (IWFA) in March 2022. “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 […]

A Cost-Effective Way to Decarbonize

Jan 26th, 2022

Unless a building is self-sufficient for energy generation by using mostly non-carbon producing energy sources such as solar, geothermal or wind, the trend is to create conditions discouraging the use of carbon-based energy sources, such as oil, natural gas, coal and wood products. Click here to read more.

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 […]

The Film Industry Climbs at SEMA

Nov 5th, 2021

Las Vegas is a neon-laden landscape drenched in diversity. The desert city’s casinos, restaurants and attractions provide tourists with escapism and entertainment. SEMA is housed within the city’s colorful streets and it’s where window film professionals gravitate for one shared objective—growth. “The window film industry is capitalism at its best,” said Darrell Smith, executive director […]

Finding Window Film to Conserve Energy Just Got Easier

Nov 3rd, 2021

With soaring utility rates, conserving energy may be an important strategy in keeping up with energy payments as some areas of the U.S. face double-digit increases for electricity, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration. Professionally installed window film is a cost-effective and well-proven product for commercial and residential applications that can save on utility […]

Low Winter Sun is an Unseen Danger

Sep 29th, 2021

The sun’s low angle and path of travel in fall and winter may present unseen dangers for people unprotected from its harmful UV rays, leading to possible skin cancer, eye damage and vehicle accidents from blinding glare, according to The International Window Film Association (IWFA). The main unseen danger is skin cancer, according to the IWFA. The […]