Today I took a walk in a park near NASA and was reminded about something not talked about enough – the sun was beating down with an intense solar heat we haven’t seen this year in Houston (which is ODD in itself).
In Houston over the weekend of violent storms, an apartment building was hit by a tornado, tearing it apart. Armor Glass could have avoided that damage.
Here’s how and why. The photo below, taken from our ebook “Houses of Straw” shows what happens when wind-borne debris breaks through a glass window….
Breaching a window results in UPLIFT on the roof. That leads to Structural collapse.
Engineers and architects will tell you that buildings are designed to resist EXTERNAL winds. But once a window breaks from debris hurled by high speed winds, then the wind goes inside and seeks a way out. That it what produces UPLIFT on the roof and blows walls out and roofs OFF. One engineer told me that a break can equal 50,000 lbs. of UPLIFT on the roof!
Bottom Line: Avoid the breach of the buildings weakest link, avoid losing your roof!
ARMOR GLASS basically armors your existing glass. When impacted it will look like the photo below:
And what does Armor Glass LOOK like? This:
Get more details on how Armor Glass protects your biggest asset from storms, burglars, solar heat, UV, etc. by reading our FREE EBook “Houses of Straw” available at our Armor Glass website. You will see what to do, and what NOT to do to get the best protection.
“Houses of Straw” refers to what all of us are living in – that is, until you armor your glass.