With the significant growing population here in Colorado, there has been an increase in crime as well as domestic attacks. As security measures require optimization across residential and commercial properties, simple security systems and cameras can fall short when it comes to prevention. Colorado public buildings require comprehensive preventative measures since many of these properties can hold thousands to tens-of-thousands of people at any given time. Bomb blast and ballistic resistant window film provides this required level of security.
Advantages of Bomb Blast and Ballistic Resistant Window Film for Your Colorado Public Building
Bomb blast and ballistic resistant window film are both specialty security films designed for commercial properties. These specialty films both utilize attachment systems, glass strengthening agents, and multiple layers of security film. The high impact resistant films are engineered to mitigate broken glass hazards in order to prioritize public safety. Broken glass is actually the leading cause of blast-related death and considerable injury during explosions, natural disasters, and more. By absorbing the shockwaves caused by these events, building occupants will remain significantly safer. These specialty security films also offer safeguarding against gunfire, break-ins, burglaries, and freak accidents. With budget in mind, these cost-effective solutions can be installed tactically in common areas, vulnerable parts of your property, and more.
Security Assessment for Bomb Blast and Ballistic Resistant Window Film in Colorado Public Buildings
Colorado Commercial Window Tinting is proud to have the most experienced security film team in the state of Colorado. We offer on-site assessments of your property in order to help you get the most out of your budget while optimizing overall security. Our civil engineers and security experts work with you to better understand your property’s goals and challenges.
For more information regarding specialty security window films for your Colorado public building, please contact us!