Tampa, FL, May 01, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- Solar Control Window Film Expert Urges Local Tampa Bay Residents to Cool “Hot Spots” via Photo Contest Encouraging Energy-Efficiency.
What: With summer looming on the horizon, Americans and Canadians alike are sweating the thought of skyrocketing cooling bills. The heat gained through windows alone can represent up to 40 percent of summer cooling costs and it can also make your favorite room feel as comfortable as the surface of the sun. As Joe Public increasingly seeks new ways and simple steps to energy-efficiency, interview local entrepreneur and window film expert, Adam Feldman, Advanced Film Solutions, to learn more about a powerful, but often overlooked option: solar control window film. Did you know that adding solar control window film can reduce the loss of heat and heat gain through untreated glass by up to 80 percent?
A VISTA® dealer, Advanced Film Solutions can educate your viewers on the many advantages of solar control window film – from tax credits and UV protection to energy savings and security. You don’t know what you don’t know:
• Is your favorite room too hot in the summer… did you know that applying solar control window film to your home can help reduce temperatures in any hot spot and protect your family and furnishings by blocking 99.9% UVA/UVB rays?
• Frustrated when watching TV during the day… did you know that applying solar control window film can help reduce glare, allowing you to watch your favorite shows comfortably … day or night?
• Want to be more energy-efficient… did you know that once you apply solar control window film to your home, you may enjoy an average savings of 25 percent on summer cooling costs! In addition, U.S. residents may qualify for an energy-efficiency tax credit (up to $500).
• Did you know that consumers can visit www.hottestroom.com to submit a captioned photo of their homes’ hottest spots for the chance to win a trip to Las Vegas and free professionally installed window film (up to $1,000 US / $1,150 CND)?
Who: Advanced Film Solutions, Adam Feldman -877-575-3456
When: Week of April 22, 2007 or April 29, 2007
Why: Summer 2007 is predicted to be one of the hottest on record, and homeowners are concerned about skyrocketing electric bills and hot temperatures both inside and out. VISTA’s “Hottest Room in the House” contest provides an educational opportunity for consumers to learn about the personal and financial benefits of making their homes more energy-efficient during the hot summer months. VISTA brand solar control window film is manufactured by CPFilms – a business unit of Solutia Inc. and the world’s largest manufacturer of window film.
Contact: Adam Feldman, 877-575-3456, 727-504-7671