Solar X was featured on Fox 26 to showcase our safety and security window film, just in time for hurricane season. Believe it or not, much of the damage to the interior of homes during a hurricane is due to broken windows. High winds and flying debris can break windows, causing shattered glass to be thrown into a home. Once the window is no longer acting as a protective barrier, rain and debris also fly into the home causing extensive damage.
As Solar X President Abid Quraishi describes in the segment on Fox, “when the window breaks, the wind comes in. When the wind comes in a home, it’s got to have somewhere to go. It’s got to go up, and that’s where, a lot of times, roofs fly off.”
The solution, he goes on to explain, is safety and security window film. Using a demonstration with a baseball bat, Abid smashes a window that has the security film applied. The glass shatters, but remains in tact. This is what makes safety and security window film so beneficial. Despite being broken, the window film keeps the window together, preventing shards of glass from flying all over, and preventing exposure to the elements.
This unique design carries even more benefits:
Material possessions are one thing, but there is nothing more valuable than loved ones. Broken windows may result in damage to furniture and other items in your house, but the biggest threat is to the people in your home.
Never again will you have to nail up plywood over your windows when a major storm is on its way. This saves you money on unnecessary purchases like plywood, and helps you avoid damaging the exterior of your home to apply it.
Perhaps the biggest long term advantage of safety and security film is that you will save money over replacing your windows. The safety and security window film makes your windows more durable and protective, as if you had new windows, but without the cost.
If you would like to learn more about our 3M Ultra Safety and Security Window Film, check out the video below and then get a free quote here. You can also learn more on our Safety and Security Film page here.