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Window film is a popular item among consumers, and, as such, stories about it pop up almost every day in newspapers across the world. The Window Film staff has compiled a few on this page that we found interesting. To submit articles that you see in consumer or your own hometown press, please e-mail a link to the story to email@example.com or mail a copy of the article to Attn: Window Film magazine, P.O. Box 569, Garrisonville, VA 22463.
Higher Calling for Film
The meeting, held at the Charlotte Congregational Church in Charlotte, Vt., included an energy assessment of the facility and recommendations for its energy use. Workshop leader Colin High recommended, among other things, the installation of window film on a wall of south-facing windows at the facility to reduce air-conditioning costs.
An Episcopal diocese in California started Interfaith Power and Light six years ago, the newspaper reported, with the intent of sharing energy efficiency knowledge. The group invited other faiths to join them and the effort has now spread to 20 states, the report said.
A Different Kind of “Hot” Film
When local police recovered a pickup truck they found a chamois, a box of window film and exterior vehicle lights, all taken from the store. A $119 car stereo system also reported missing from the store was not recovered.
“It all depends on the surface,” Fayetteville crime scene investigator John Brooks told the paper. “If it’s a shoe print, we have a device that uses electricity to lift the print onto what’s basically window tint. If it’s outside, we take a caste of it. When we take prints, we risk the chance of skewing it, so before we do anything, we photograph it.” WF
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