San Jose schools are starting to open their doors to students as they start a new school year. This means school safety is on everyone’s minds. The glass windows and doors are one of the most important aspects in keeping occupants safe from outside threats including potential shooters. Unfortunately, glass windows and doors do not provide much protection against gunshots; hence bullet-resistant glass can be an alternative for schools in order to ensure safety within their premises.

How Bullet Resistant Window FIlms Keeps Students Safer

When used with other technologies like C-Bond adhesive and specialty security frames, high-end security films are strong enough to stop many calibers of bullets. They do this by keeping broken glass in place after a bullet strike. Not only does this keep students safe from flying glass fragments that could maim or kill them but it also keeps the attacker at bay and gives more time for police officers to get there before the shooter enters the school building.

Additional Benefits of Bullet Proof Window Film on Schools

School security is a major concern, especially in the wake of school shootings and other violence. Bullet-resistant window films can provide an additional layer of protection to protect against potential attacks while also providing benefits like reducing injuries due to falls into glass. Furthermore, these films block UV rays keeping students safe from dangerous ultraviolet light exposure that could cause skin disease and eye damage over time.

Bullet Resistant Window Film Affordable for Schools

San Jose Schools can protect themselves from attack by using a film called Safety and Security Film that is applied with C-Bond. This type of bullet-resistant technology has a lower barrier to entry than other types, making it easier for schools who want protection but don’t have the money or resources to afford more expensive options like laminated glass. The added bonus? It looks better than other “bulletproof” glass methods too.

For more information on window film as an added layer of security for your San Jose school, contact us today.

Angus Faith

Angus Faith has an extensive background and experience operating in the architectural and construction industry. For years, he worked as an architect in Scotland where he obtained his degree and assisted with numerous commercial and residential projects. Later, he moved to the United States and began a new career in the window tinting industry, a job which he has now held for over a decade. Using a combination of his architectural knowledge and insight of window tinting innovations, Angus specializes in helping his customers in San Jose find the perfect window film to meet their goals. Over the years, he has worked with a range of brands and types of window film, including energy efficient, security, and decorative options from 3M, LLumar, Vista, Solar Gard, C-Bond, and more. Angus is a product expert and is considered to be one of the top professionals in his field.