Safety and security remain a primary concern for many homeowners, regardless of the neighbourhood. Burglars and vandals strike in the most unexpected places, and so it helps to be prepared at all time. Such criminal elements have a soft spot for the glass windows since they offer the path of the least resistance into your home.
As a result, many property owners tend to mar the beauty of their building with heavy, not mention unsightly metal bars on the exterior portion of their houses. Well, they do serve the purpose all right, but they might pique the interest of professional burglars.
Contrast this with high-quality glass film. Transparent, yet shatterproof, the glass safety film is bound to bewilder even the most seasoned burglars. Such glass withstands heavy blows without breaking and requires tremendous forces to shatter – tsunamis and powerful explosions. Moreover, then the glass just shatters without falling off the frame. The paper-thin protection adheres to the glass surface without leaving a trace of its existence.
Traditionally, securing a building after its completions spells for several days’ worth of construction, which costs you a fortune and causes structural damage. Cheap, convenient and easy to instal, security films eliminate the need to seek approval from the local authorities. Additionally, no alterations whatsoever are necessary – just rolling the safety feature over the glass sections and you are safe and secure. It lets you bypass annoying building regulations that make it difficult to secure your premises.
Insulate your premises
Windows improve the appearance of a building by increasing the amount of light available but can increase your heating bills during the winter periods. Window film technology helps to improve heat retention and limit the amount of heat passing through, during the blistering summers. Further still, they offer protection from them harmful UV light, which protects your interior furnishing from fading while safeguarding you from skin cancer.
Building security need not be cumbersome, bulky and expensive; rather it should be strong, all rounded, yet invisible.