Safety Security Film Orlando
Safety & Security Window Films for Orlando and Central Florida
Did you know a simple way to improve the safety and security of your home or commercial building is to have thick window film installed on your existing windows and doors. Don’t miss out on the advantages our Security and Safety Films can provide!
- Energy Efficiency
- 99% UV Protection
- Improved Comfort
- 24/7 Security
Installed on the interior of existing or new glass our films form an almost invisible shield that holds glass pieces intact when a pane is broken. With our Safety Films you do not need to sacrifice aesthetics. Our films have brilliant optical clarity. Call Advanced Film Solutions.
What are the two major reasons for Safety and Security Film?
Wind Borne Debris – The majority of damage is due to one simple preventable force, flying glass. By not allowing your glass to shatter we can keep your building and your loved ones safer.
When applied to the interior of new or existing glass our films provide a virtually invisible force of protection that helps to hold glass in place. If glass shatters due to lethal winds or flying debris, it will hold in place.
Smash and Grab – Don’t let your unprotected windows be the target for vandalism. With windows and doors the thieves rely on fast access through your broken glass to get their job done.
The solution is simple: Install a heavy-duty polyester film bonded by special adhesives that is applied to the interior of your new or existing glass. Our films have the highest durability in the industry and patented scratch resistant coatings to ensure easy maintenance using normal cleaning methods.
Deter thieves before they try to enter your home or office. Our shield holds glass in place which will delay vandals whose goal is a quick entry through your shattered glass.
Residential Home or Commercial Buildings, Glass breaks…what’s your reason for keeping it intact?
The leading security film solutions in the industry.
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