Most of us are aware that when sunlight hits our skin, it harms healthy cells, causing age spots, wrinkles, or even skin cancer. But did you know that the sun can damage your property in a similar way?
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Have you taken all the steps to ensure your retail store is secure?
This summer is set to be a real scorcher and if left unresolved, this heat can have a detrimental effect on your office space. Increased temperatures can leave employees feeling uncomfortable and lethargic.
There are several additions you can make to a building to improve its security, including surveillance and alarm systems, locks, and controlled access entry points.
But even with these additions, a building is only as secure as its most vulnerable entry points, which in most cases are the building’s glass doors and windows.
Why trust 3M™ Security Window Films for Building Security?
Surveillance and alarm systems can do wonders for deterring forced entry, but one thing they fail to do is create a physical barrier to keep potential intruders outside. No matter how much security a building is deemed to have, a determined attacker can easily smash through a standard pane of glass to access the building.
Bars can be unsightly and expensive. Laminated glass usually doesn’t offer high enough security. 3M™ Security Films are clear and efficient. Call us for more details.
Aside from offering UV protection and increasing energy savings and privacy, window films can also give your home or office that decorative edge you’ve been searching for.
Window film provides homeowners a multitude of ways to transform and customize ordinary windows. They can also turn a lacklustre room into one that is filled with eye-catching detail.
To inspire your next installation, we’ve compiled a list of 7 surprising ways you can use window films.
Create privacy with frosted films
Installing frosted window film at home and at work can provide you with the privacy you’ve been yearning for. Films can easily be added to just about any glass surface, from office partitions and meeting rooms to shower doors and bathroom windows.