Posts Tagged ‘Security window film’

Making School Children Safer From Unseen Dangers

Sep 1st, 2021

The International Window Film Association (IWFA) notes that two unseen dangers may confront children as they return to school—inadequately secured windows and doors, and doors and windows with wired glass. A school building’s unprotected ground-level windows and doors provide a quick entry for intruders when the glass is smashed open, according to the IWFA. Safety […]

Involved in Innovation

Nov 25th, 2020

As we creep ever closer to the end of what has been a spectacularly challenging year, I’m sure I’m not alone in looking ahead and hoping that 2021 brings a change of fortune for us all and a slightly less testing set of circumstances. That said, I’ve never been one for wishing time away and […]

Security Film Holds Glass in Place at Chattanooga Shooting Site

Jul 21st, 2015

Eleven years ago, Matthew Smith, owner of the Window Tinting Company in Chattanooga, Tenn., installed security window film on the city’s armed forces center, hoping it’d never have to get used. “I’ve done a lot of security film and I always thing to myself ‘I don’t ever want this stuff to be tested,’” he says. […]

Window Film vs. an RPG: Lawmaker Says It’s No Contest

Jul 15th, 2015

House Members are famous for taking swipes at government officials in certain hearings, but it’s not every day they criticize window film by name. But in a recent Oversight and Government Reform Committee hearing, Chairman Jason Chaffetz (R-Utah) did just that. When grilling State Department officials on the U.S. Embassy in Kabul, Afghanistan, Chaffetz noted […]

A Glass “Safety” Company Wants to Use Security Film to Meet Safety Standards

Mar 4th, 2015

If you don’t offer security film currently, you may want to start. Safe Glass Solutions (SGS), a company focused on ensuring the use of safe glass in public buildings, and Solar Gard are teaming up to bring potentially unsafe glass in public buildings up to standard with security film. The purpose of the partnership is […]