Rhode Island is proud to recognize April 30, as National Window Film Day

RI House Speaker Mattiello Proclaims National Window Film Day to Highlight Its Energy Efficiency, Safety, Security, and Health Benefits.

Peter J. Davey, President, American Window Film and Nicholas A. Mattiello, Rhode Island Speaker of the House met to recognize National Window Film Day (NWFD).

In alignment with proclamations issued by governors and mayors across the United States, National Window Film Day is a day dedicated to furthering public education of the many benefits of professionally installed window film including: safety, security, energy efficiency, indoor temperature comfort, the reduction of glare, fading of furnishings, and protection from possible harmful cumulative exposure to skin and eyes.

National Window Film Day provides a valuable opportunity for families, homeowners, building owners and managers to learn more about this affordable technology. Professionally installed window film is also an environmentally responsible choice versus replacing older windows entirely, and helps consumers save on heating and cooling costs.

The International Window Film Association (IWFA) is a nonprofit trade association formed to raise public awareness on the benefits of window film as a cost-effective, energy saving solution. “Window films professionally installed on structurally sound single or double-pane windows may reduce energy consumption by as much as 30 percent, while the installation cost may be less than putting in new windows,” according to the nonprofit IWFA.

From increased energy efficiency to protection from 99 percent of UV rays, professionally installed window film offers home and business owners an affordable improvement to help save money and the environment. We are very happy to see the growing support of National Window Film Day and the window film industry from our nation’s officials.

In honor of National Window Film Day, American Window Film is donating a safety and security window film installation at Immaculate Conception Church in Cranston, RI.

Located in Foxboro and Boston, MA, American Window Film, Inc is a qualified member and installer that is affiliated with the IWFA. “We are excited to be a part of the National Window Film Day initiative,” said Peter Davey. “It is important to share the news that making your home or business more energy efficient does not have to cost a lot!” American Window Film sells and installs window film for homes and businesses in RI, MA and NH.

Established in 1975, American Window Film, Inc. is a Platinum level 3M Authorized Prestige Window Film Dealer certified for large commercial projects. Peter J. Davey is President of American Window Film, Inc., 800-274-TINT, americanwindowfilm.com.