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Window film can positively contribute to your home's energy rating and in doing so increase its value. In the past, that's been hard to quantify. Now with the WERS For Film rating and accreditation system you have help every step of the way to ensure you get the most 'bang for your buck' when it comes to saving energy and adding value to your home with film. Here's how... 

There are three parts of the WERS For Film program designed to help you get the most from your window film...

  1. Applied window film products are rated and labeled by an independent laboratory for their annual energy impact on a whole house, in any climate of Australia. These ratings allow you to accurately and confidently compare the energy implications of different window film products and choose the best product to suit your needs

  2. The accreditation program helps you pick a WERS For Film certified installer who has been specifically trained in energy efficiency

  3. Hiring a WERS For Film accredited installer to apply a WERS For Film rated film entitles you to an energy certificate, which can be used by an energy assessor to help you get the highest energy rating possible

With real estate trends placing a greater emphasis on quantified energy-saving measures within a home, having a WERS For Film certificate demonstrating your film's impact on heating and cooling can add value to your property when it's time to sell.

To certify WERS For Film energy ratings, the film applicator must have a current WERS For Film licence at the time of installation, in other words they must be a WERS For Film Accredited Individual. Without this licence, a valid certificate cannot be issued.

Click here to read an energy study commissioned by the International Window Film Association in 2012.
             
 
 

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