How Can Window Safety Films Protect You?

May 28th, 2015 | By | Posted in Uncategorized

Windows are a beautiful and useful part of private homes and commercial buildings. Windows allow natural light to enter the building, lowering energy costs and allowing the mood-boosting effects of natural sunlight to take effect on those working or living within. However, windows can also pose a risk. Windows are more susceptible to harsh weather, natural disasters and are targeted by vandals and criminals because they allow easier access to a building. You can help strengthen your windows and protect them against these possible dangers by installing safety window film.

How Does Safety Film Protect?

Safety film is placed over an existing window and can either be tinted or clear, depending on the desires and needs of the owner. The film protects the window by making it extremely difficult to shatter. While extreme force may still break the glass, the film keeps the pieces together. This is important in many different situations. In a natural disaster, keeping the glass from shattering can protect those inside from danger and can also protect the building from greater damage. In extremely high winds, if the windows are shattered in a building and the wind gets inside, it can cause the entire building to collapse. Keeping the wind out of the building is important.

Windows that are difficult to shatter will also deter anyone who is looking for an easy way inside. If a criminal is going to shatter a window to get inside, he probably doesn’t have a lot of time. If the window does not shatter and create an entryway, the criminal is likely to move on rather than spending the time to try and make his way through. Window film can also be a less expensive way to keep your windows free of graffiti or vandalism. Instead of replacing entire windows, you can simply replace the window film. Films are available in different tints and grades, so you will want to discuss with the company which would best suit your specific needs.

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