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Publication: Blacktown Advocate

Date: 24 April 2013

Janita Singh

WHEN it comes to wasting energy in the home, untreated windows are often the guilty culprit but the price involved in replacing every window can be off-putting.

However, existing windows can be turned into high performing units easily and inexpensively with window film – and does not make windows darker.

But which window film? Each film has its own energy claims, so picking them can be confusing. Vêtements de mode Tanga Calvin Klein Ropa Interior Masculina Calvin Klein Boxer Calvin Klein Mujer Calvin Klein Ropa Interior Mujer Barata Thankfully the launch of the independent Window Energy Rating Scheme For Film in Australia makes selection easier.

Films are rated for their potential energy impact on a home, with a star rating just like the energy star stickers we see on whitegoods.

“Home owners look to film to reduce energy bills, control the temperature, improve safety and security, minimise glare, comfort, block UV radiation, protect furnishings, enhance the look of the facade, increase privacy or to provide signage and decoration,” says the president of the Window Films Association of Australia and New Zealand, Michael Miller.

He explains that many installers across the country have attained WERS For Film accreditation. Bañadores Calvin Klein Hombre Bragas Calvin Klein Baratas Calzoncillos Slip Calvin Klein Calvin Klein Underwear Outlet Once the film is applied, the accredited installer can issue a WERS For Film certificate which will aid the home’s energy rating if sold.

The Housing Industry Association supports the window scheme, recommending its members to use this certified product.

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