Back To School Security

BY Darrell Smith – www.iwfa.com/news-events/ School buildings when I attended elementary school were designed far differently than today’s structures.  The exterior was usually brick and the windows, while wood framed and single pane, were placed pretty high off the ground, so it would be difficult for someone to reach up to get inside. The front READ MORE

Five Tips to Decarbonize and Reduce a Home’s Energy Use For National Energy Awareness Month

Washington, D.C. – September 17, 2019 – To kick-off National Energy Awareness Month this October, the International Window Film Association (IWFA) offers five top tips to save homeowners money and to help decarbonize the environment by reducing building emissions. “An energy efficient building keeps more money in consumer pockets and cuts the carbon released into the READ MORE

Summertime is also Break-in Time

We all want to get away for vacation and when we do, we don’t want to be worrying if someone is breaking into our residence. But being worried about a break-in is a reasonable concern as the FBI’s crime data paints the following picture: July and August are the most popular months for break-ins (thieves READ MORE

Delaying Unauthorized Entry To Schools May Save Lives

Re-Post from IWFA.COM Washington, D.C. – August 13, 2019 – School intruders intent on harm is a community-wide concern and delaying their entry with Security Window Films on windows and doors may buy time to allow for more response time and save lives, according to the nonprofit International Window Film Association (IWFA). “Recent school shootings reveal READ MORE