Privacy and Security Shatter Window Films for Schools

Protect Your Students and Staff

Glass windows and doors give a school building an inviting look. But windows are vulnerable to break-ins, explosions, and a myriad of projectiles. Sadly, too, school shootings continue to occur, and protecting your students, teachers, and personal property is vital. If your school needs enhanced protection, Lakeside Window Tint can help you increase its level of security while maintaining its beautiful exterior appearance.

Slow Down Armed Intruders

When parents send their children to school each day, they entrust them to the care of teachers and administrators, so giving them some additional peace of mind really goes a long way. Lakeside Window Tint Safety Film makes windows more difficult to break through. This means more time to alert law enforcement and to safely escort children out of the building. And since the window film is virtually undetectable, criminals don’t realize it’s there until the last second … which may deter them completely.

Shield Students from Extreme Weather

Mother Nature has her moments, and they can happen while school is in session. Lakeside Window Tint Safety Film specified for schools will help hold your glass in place during tornadoes, severe winds, and earthquakes. It also helps prevent rain and shattered glass shards from entering the building if a window becomes broken.

Minimize the Possibility of Injury

Broken glass poses a major threat to students and faculty, and sometimes accidents happen. By installing Lakeside Window Tint Safety Film, your school’s windows will have a protective barrier holding glass in place. So even if someone accidentally throws something through the window, the shattered glass will remain intact, alleviating potential injuries.

Call our expert representatives today at (844) 239-0036 to find out which Lakeside Window Tint Safety Film is right for your needs.

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