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Why be a member of WFAANZ?

The Window Film Association of Australia and New Zealand (WFAANZ) is the industry body representing window tinters. Joining the WFAANZ is not mandatory. However, it is recommended that anyone considering window film use a WFAANZ window film installer. By choosing an installer who is a member of the WFAANZ, you...

What to look for in an installer

Window tinting (or film) offers so many benefits to the homeowner. You can make significant savings to your energy bills by reducing heat on hot days and retaining warmth on cold days. Tint can minimise glare and protect furnishings and carpets from fading, and it offers a level of privacy...

Glare reduction in your business

Glare into your office can range from being slightly annoying to a significant Occupational Health and Safety Hazard. Glare can result in issues such as eye strain and head, neck and shoulder aches. There are things you can do to reduce glare in your office.

VLT, what to use & why

What is VLT? VLT means visible light transmission and all window films have a VLT measurement. Put simply, it’s the amount of light that the film allows through. One of the main reasons some homeowners decide not to window tint their home windows is because they don't want their rooms...

Window Tinting Benefits

Window Tinting Benefits Having a secure home that also provides privacy for your family is often high on the agenda when searching for a home. And that’s where window tinting can really shine because it can add privacy and security to any home! In many ways, a window tint can...

Not all window film is created equal

Window film for home or office Window film is designed to better control the temperature and natural lighting within a home or office. It is also used to add to the aesthetic appeal, for privacy and to stop furnishings fading. These days, there are many different brands of film or...

Black film vs. Reflective film

Windows Film Window tinting is not black and white. The tint or window film you select will depend on what you’d like to achieve in the room you're tinting and how dark you’d like the room to feel. Typically, a homeowner would consider window film to: Reduce heat coming through...