Security Window Film
Security window films protects the most vulnerable part of a modern property – its glazing. This window film can be specified for a new development or retro fitted to existing glazing making it one of the most cost effective solutions on the market.
What types of organisation benefit from installing film for security purposes?
We have installed this type of film in the finance, hospitality, retail and government sectors. It is suitable to any sector and commercial premises wanting to delay, deter and stop intruders.
Regardless of the strength or thickness of the glass, it can break unsafely or be forced from its frame. This type of film will also help protect windows from flying debris, an increasingly more important factor with the threat of terrorism looming heavily on businesses of all kinds.
Today’s criminals know the vulnerable nature of glass and know they can force glazing from its frame with relative ease. Whether you operate shops, banks, offices or government buildings the results are the same: forced entry, damage and theft.
The solution to this problem is the combination of high grade security window film with an edge retention system. This system combined with an appropriate grade of security film will help to hold the glass in place if it is broken. It also deters intruders by slowing them down; the window film will withstand a certain amount repeated impact, stopping intruders from receiving easy entry into the premises in the same way unprotected glass would.
There is also the opportunity to reduce the vulnerability of your buildings further; some security window films also increase privacy. When intruders can’t see into a building they then can’t see any valuable equipment or materials
Our security window film solutions are proven to prevent smash and grab attempts in retail and banking establishments nationally and are offered in a wide range of solutions to work with all profiles and types of doors and frames.
You can find more information on the benefits of security window film in our blog post.