Keep your home or your employees safer with security window film.
Here in the U.S., we really like our wide, open spaces. Even in tight or densely populated areas, we will take the illusion of open spaces as long as we have lots of windows or high ceilings! When it comes to privacy for your windows, all you need to do is add window blinds or window coverings. However, when it comes to security, how will you protect the vulnerable glass that your windows are made of? The answer is simpler than you think– security window film!
While many of us might have negative connotations when thinking about window film (we’ve all seen the bubbling, unattractive window films on cars driving down the highway), at Tint Shop NC we want to help all our clients add a layer of security to their windows with security window film. Our professionally applied security window film will not bubble, crease, or peel. Once security window film has been applied to your property, whether it is commercial or residential, you’ll enjoy that you can still see out your windows and get plenty of light but that others will find it difficult to see into your windows, limiting the chance for opportunistic theft or smash and grab type criminal activity.
Transform Your Building with Commercial Window Film
If you would like to learn more about security window film, contact us at Tint Shop NC for your Charlotte, North Carolina property. We would love to hear from you.
FAQs About Security Window Film
As beneficial as security window film can be, many people are not familiar with it. We understand you may have a lot of questions about security window film that you need answered before you choose to install it at your business, so we’re here to help. You’ll find answers to some frequently asked questions about security window film below, and you are welcome to reach out to us with additional questions.
Can security window film keep out criminals?
Yes and no. Security window film is more than just a deterrent because it actually holds the glass in place, making it difficult for people to break in. It can slow criminals down, force them to make a lot of noise, and encourage them to give up, but security window film won’t keep the glass in place indefinitely.