What Does Security Window Film Do?

Making your home safer should be one of your priorities. There are fantastic products out there that could help you achieve this in an easy and convenient way.

Window film is a great solution for commercial and residential properties.

What Is Security Window Film?

Window film is thin layer that is installed on your existing windows. The film creates a strong bond with the glass and immediately strengthens it.

There are different types of window film available and security window film can protect your home from break-ins or accidents.

The film makes it very difficult for an individual to break the glass. It would take at least two people and a lot of force to shatter the glass.

Even in that case, they would be unable to use the broken window as an entrance because the film would still hold all the pieces together.

Peace of Mind

Installing this type of film is an easy way to protect your home and your family. It can stop potential intruders on their tracks and it can be extremely useful in case of an accident.

If the glass broke, there would not be small pieces everywhere that could cause injury.

The film would also make it easier to replace the window pane.

Other Types of Film

There are other types of window film available that could help you improve your home. Tinted window film is one of the most popular products out there.

It blocks UVA and UVB rays and minimises heat gain in your home. Thanks to its insulating properties, it is an effective way to reduce your energy costs all year round.

Decorative window film is another option if you wish to have more privacy. It can be very helpful in bathrooms or bedrooms because it does not block natural light.

You can choose from different designs or make your own.

To find out more about effective ways to reduce heat in your home or office contact us on 07 3890 0033 or visit our contact us page to get a quote on window tinting for your home or office.

When planning to have your home or office windows tinted you may find the following article of interest: What Are My Options When It Comes to Home Window Tinting Colours?