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LLumar Safety and Security Window Films help deter crime. Because the window film helps hold the glass in place, criminals don’t have the quick access they need to enter your home and leave with your valuables. Often, the film slows them down to such a degree that they may choose to move on to an easier target.
In addition to the safety and security components of LLumar Safety and Security Window Films, many of these films have the added feature of blocking out the heat of the sun, reducing glare, and diminishing fading.
LLumar films will block up to 99% of the suns harmful ultraviolet rays, which are the single largest cause of fading. The results: slow the progress of fading, increase comfort, decrease eye fatigue and lower energy bills.
Vandalism, crime, accidents and severe weather can shatter windows and fill a room with dangerous shards of broken glass. LLumar’s Safety and Security Window Films help to keep broken glass in place – keeping people safer from falling or flying glass shards.
LLumar’s Window Film System adds an advanced structural silicone adhesive that aggressively bonds the glass and film to the window frame.
Like natural disasters, a bomb blast also turns unprotected glass into dangerous flying shards. LLumar Safety and Security Window Films have proven in real-world situations to have seriously mitigated the damage from bomb blasts and helped protect lives.
Glass can be your worst enemy in severe weather and storms. When natural disasters like hurricanes, tornadoes, high winds and earthquakes hit, your home or building can be prepared for the worst. When unprotected glass breaks, shards can be sent flying, causing severe injury to people and major damage to property. During those disasters, LLumar Safety and Security Window Films help to keep flying glass from harming inhabitants and, in many circumstances, will help to keep out wind and rain.