Window Film FaQ
Learn more about security films by reviewing these common questions.
Q. Is there a film I can put on my windows to stop them from breaking?
A. No film will stop glass from breaking, however, it can hold the glass in place once the window is broken.
Q. I don’t like the look of security bars, but I have an office that I need protected – will security film work?
Q. How does the security film work?
Q. If I have security film on my windows, can someone still get through the glass?
Q. How long would it take for an intruder to get in once they break in the glass?
Q. Is there anything else I can do to help secure my office windows?
Q. Do you sell glass break detectors?
Q. What colour is the security film?
Q. I heard that security film will help in an earthquake – how?
Q. My office windows have been scratched and etched with acid – do you have anything to remove that?
Window Film and Tint FAQ
Q. Will window film break my windows?
A. Generally, no– installing window film will not break your windows. When window film is installed, it does cause your window to increase in temperature, adding additional stress, however, the majority of window films are safe and offer a manufacturer’s glass break guarantee.
Q. Will window film stop fading?
Q. I just had film installed on my windows and there are some bubbles – What is that caused by?
Q. Can I get a window film that gives me privacy at night?
Q. What about the office buildings downtown – they have privacy all the time?
Q. How do I clean the windows after the film is applied?
Q. My window cleaner scratched my film – can it be patched?