Glass is a particularly delicate material which can easily become very dangerous if broken. However, the safety window film available from WF Glazing Protection offers effective protection against breakage keeping you, your family or your staff and customers safe from the potential dangers of shattered glass.
At Risk of Damage
The majority of glazing is at constant risk of damage, and if the glass isn’t toughened or laminated, there is a far greater chance of it breaking. By applying specialist safety window film, you have the ability to upgrade glass, making it much tougher to break whilst ensuring that even if it does, the glass will break in a way less likely to cause harm.
Once applied, the safety film available from WFGP works by placing an additional barrier on the glass helping to provide an additional level of protection against accidental breakage. In the event that the glass does break, the safety window film makes sure it does so in a safe way – holding the broken pieces in place, not allowing them to fall from the frame in jagged pieces; the dangers of which are self-explanatory.
It’s Never Too Late
The photo you can see on the right would be a classic example of how emergency clear protective window film could be put to great use.
Emergency Glazing Repair Film offers the ideal solution for windows that are already broken, ensuring they remain safe whilst awaiting replacement.
Offering a cost effective and attractive alternative to the traditional boarding up of broken windows, our repair film is perfect in an emergency situation.
Specifically designed to deliver a swift acting and cost effective short term solution to the problem of broken windows, glass doors, partitions and panels, the WFGP GlasStop Repair Film is available from WF Glazing Protection and can be easily applied in a matter of minutes.
- Holds glass in position until replaced
- Eliminates unsightly and costly boarding-up
- Transparency ensures no loss of natural light
Cost Effective Relief
Our emergency repair window film offers a proven method of holding shattered glass in place whilst awaiting repairs. Qualities including strength and durability will ensure that damaged glazing will remain in place, whilst significantly reducing any further health and safety risk to you, your staff or your customers that may be caused by the glass breaking.
Whilst the other common option of ‘boarding-up’ is often viewed as the traditional short term solution, it comes with a number of negative side effects including expense, potential damage to frames, darkened rooms and it can be unsightly.
Our safety window films are certified to BS EN12600 in accordance with current UK Health & Safety legislation and can upgrade existing glazing to the appropriate standards.