Protect Your Religious Facility With Safety And Security Films
In an era when increased security is on everyone’s mind, especially for our religious institutions, harnessing the power of window film technology for your church, synagogue or temple, could mean the difference between remaining safe during an attack or the worst case scenario. The most vulnerable part of any building is its glass windows and doors, even those equipped with tempered glass are easily penetrated to allow a would-be attacker unchecked access. Some congregations have taken to hiring armed guards but this strategy still leaves a number of potential points of entry exposed. The best defense of your religious facility’s multiple exposed entry points is safety and security film for your church’s glass windows and doors.
High Tech Window Film Safety Solutions From Salt Lake Window Tinting
At Salt Lake Window Tinting, we carry high-tech safety and security window films solutions. Backed by the technology from 3M and Eastman Chemical, we offer films that will inhibit an attacker from gaining entry through the window or door for precious minutes. This means, even after an attacker shoots through the glass, your congregation will precious extra minutes to escape or hide. Essentially, safety and security window film buys time until first responders get there. While there is no such thing as “bulletproof” or “bombproof” glass, safety and security films, especially those treated with C-Bond, are as close as you can get. They are bullet resistant and require numerous shots or blows to fully penetrate, as pictured in this video.
C-Bond For The Strongest Window Film Glass Protection
When looking for the very best in security films for your religious facility, it is important to note that films treated with C-Bond adhesive offer the highest level of safety available– even resistance to the high impact of a bomb blast. C-bond scientists have engineered their adhesive product on a molecular level to make glass more flexible and keep it in its place after an explosion or high-velocity strike. This manipulation makes it very difficult penetrate even with ballistics or bombs.. C-bond in combination with bomb blast window films, makes for the strongest protection for your church, synagogue or mosque.
Bomb Blast Film for the Ultimate Protection
Bomb Blast window films take the idea of security to the next level. These thicker films share many of the same properties as safety and security films, but they are designed to prevent flying glass. Many times In the case of an explosion, flying glass is what causes most injuries to humans. These films and their special attachment systems work to ensure that shattered glass, remains in or near the window after an explosion.
Contact Salt Lake Window Tinting To Aid in Any Security Audit
Whether your project includes an entire campus, or simply a small chapel, when looking to invest in security film, you should contact Salt Lake Window Tinting to learn more about how our Safety and Security window films can provide your organization with peace of mind. We will chat with you over the phone to educate you about your options, and schedule a site visit to review the project specifics.
Don’t allow your congregation to be the next victim of a potentially preventable attack, contact Salt Lake Window Tinting for a free, onsite, estimate for security window film on your church, temple or synagogue today!
About The Author: Mike Kinsey
Mike Kinsey is the head of operations for Salt Lake Window Tinting, one of the largest and most highly regarded window film companies in Utah. For the past decade, Mike has been using his extensive product knowledge, construction experience, and project management abilities to recommend window film solutions that help property owners achieve their architectural goals. From helping customers fight climbing energy costs to implementing effective security and branding solutions, Mike does it all. He oversees every project from start to finish and is the main point of contact for customers. Mike is certified by 3M, EnerLogic, and AIA for continuing education and is well-versed in the nuances of both commercial and residential installs.
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