Thieves recognize that glass windows and sliders are the easiest point of entry into your home.
Glazing protection film makes an easy break-in much more difficult by holding the glass in place.
These thicker coatings (typically 8 ML) are available in clear versions as well as a host of tinted alternatives ranging in light transmissions and appearance.
Many home owners who are considering a solar control UV solution can opt for these thicker versions of solar films that provide energy savings along with the built in security benefits of protective films.
Delaying and denying entry will let law enforcement respond in time from your alarm systems and this will deter theft.
Advanced Film Solutions has been protecting schools and day care centers throughout Tampa Bay, Orlando and Sarasota with security glazing window film.
These transparent coatings are thicker and the adhesive stronger than standard solar control window film.
Typically 8 ML thick, security glazing window film is designed for maximum impact strength, tensile strength and puncture resistance.
There are instances when a privacy security film should be considered during a lock down event or safe room situation. These films will provide visibility from the interior to the street but prevent targeting from the exterior.
The safety administrators for these institutions prefer the covert nature of these coatings. The appearance of the school’s windows can remain unchanged or if they prefer a lightly tinted coating for energy savings and glare reduction.
The objective is to keep the “bad guys” out and security glazing window film maintains the window envelope. These films are the very same coatings used on the US Capitol Building and embassies throughout the world.
Heat: The amount of heat streaming through your glass is the next third of your problem. darker is better for fade protection and thanks to dozens of choices your home need not be dark or uninviting.
Light: the amount of light is the final third of the problem.
Advanced Film Solutions Eastman Films can filter out up to 95% of the visible light. This might be ideal for a bedroom but most homeowners prefer lighter coatings that block 60-85% of the visible light.
The best strategy would be to get a free estimate by calling our office toll free at 877-575-3456
We have completed more than 14,000 homes and offices since 2007 and our customer satisfaction is unmatched.
Consider our A Plus Better Business Bureau rating and seven consecutive Super Service Awards from Angie’s List! Check and compare and you won’t find another window film company that can meet that standard.
Our superb installations are a major component for our success but the window film itself is a major reason for the high level of customer recommendations.
Eastman Chemical’s LLumar SelectPro Vista Films are the best value solar and UV control films in the industry.
Huper Optik Ceramic Films meet all deed restrictions where a reflective appearance is prohibited.
Our LLumar, Madico, Armorcoat, SunTek and Hanita Solar Safety Security films deter, delay and deny entry into your home or office.
Pinellas County gets more than its share of heat, glare and faded furnishings.
Advanced Film Solutions coatings will preserve your view, cool your home and lower your monthly utility costs by up to 30% a month.
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Having spent 33 years with 3M in numerous positions including National Sales Manager for 3M Window Films the author now runs his own show as Vista, Huper Optik, Armorcoat, Geoshield and FormulaOne Window Film Dealer in the USA. One door closes and another one opens. No more red tape (Scotch or otherwise!) "Whosoever wishes to know about the world must learn about it in its particular details. Knowledge is not intelligence. In searching for the truth be ready for the unexpected. Change alone is unchanging. The same road goes both up and down. The beginning of a circle is also its end. Not I, but the world says it: all is one. And yet everything comes in season." Heraklietos of Ephesos