Security Window Film Analysis

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Security window film makes the glass in your windows strong enough to withstand strong winds and flying debris. It offers effective protection against storms, and that strength offers other benefits as well. Window film is retrofit to your windows while they're in their frames. A skilled installer ensures the film blends perfectly with the glass with no bubbles or creases to detract from the appearance of your windows. Here's a look why you may want to add protective window film to your home security arsenal. Prevents Flying Glass Shards Broken glass is dangerous because it breaks into shards. Some homes have security windows made from acrylic glass that crumbles when smashed. However, many homes still have traditional glass since it is more common and less expensive. Traditional glass is weak and it's broken easily. When broken, it shatters into deadly shards that become flying weapons when strong winds blow into your house. Security film solves this potentially serious situation by bonding the glass together. The film is thick and tough. When glass breaks, the film holds it in place so it doesn't go flying through your house. With the film holding the window together, wind and rain can't even get inside your home. The glass itself might chip or crack, but the film holds it in the frame to continue providing protection to…show more content…
Anything such as a quake or an explosion that would normally send glass flying is less of a threat to your home when you have security film applied. The thickness of the film determines how strong it is. The thickest film is used by commercial and government buildings for explosion protection. Homes utilize thinner film that is capable of protecting against most damage likely to occur. The film protects against minor damage too. Just like the much thinner window tinting film, security film protects your carpet from UV exposure and heat loss that raises your power
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