Why Armor Glass®?
Our Armor Glass® certified window security film protects your windows from breach by burglars, storms and shooters while saving enough energy to pay for itself over time.
It resists and protects against:
- Solar Heat
- Golf Balls
It’s a fraction of the cost of impact glass and shutters and works 24/7 to keep your home or business burglar–resistant and safe.
Armor Glass saves energy:
- “Energy Star” product
- Cuts up to 79% of solar heat that penetrates your windows
- “Carbon negative” so it saves more energy than it takes to make
How Armor Glass Security Film is BETTER THAN Solar Film:
|Armor Glass||Solar film|
|Thickness||8 mil.||2 mil.|
|Blocks window-shattering debris?|
|GSA Blast Certified|
What is Armor Glass®?
It is a USA-made, high-tech polycarbonate film that is applied to your existing glass, which armors it from breach by impact by either hurricane-force winds or human intrusion. Flying glass injuries thousands every year, and it also kills. We sell it because the same film was chosen for installation on all federal buildings in DC, etc. after 9/11 (for explosion protection). Window breaks lead to roof uplift as the winds enter and look for a way out. That leads to structural failure in storms, and burglar break-ins. Armor Glass® upgrades a material – glass – that has not evolved in 5,000 years, until now. More details in the Free EBook “Houses of Straw.”
Can I get a FREE quote?
Yes. In fact, we need to inspect each building to determine what kind of glass you have in order to give you a valid quote. We provide this at no charge or obligation. It gives you a chance to also see the film choices against your own windows. Our rep will then measure the windows and run the numbers through an Excel program to determine the exact cost, which are then emailed to you.
Does it go on the inside or outside of the glass?
Armor Glass® typically goes on the inside of the glass, so it is out of the weather and is also providing a polycarbonate (plastic) barrier between those on the inside of the building and the broken glass. There are some occasions where it has to be applied on the outside of a particular window. For example, sometimes a bath window was installed with the rough side on the inside. We need to apply it to the smooth side. We have done some schools which wanted the film applied to both sides of the glass to prevent glass injuries and to impede a shooter or intruder. But normally it is applied only on the inside of the glass.
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