Posts Tagged ‘ security film ’

Selling Safety — Tips for Educating Your Community

Apr 16th, 2014

broken glass

With the memory of the tragic events at last year’s Boston Marathon fresh on the minds of the public, security concerns are more prevalent than ever. While safety and security films could not have prevented the bombing, they could play a role in reducing the impact of such events. When selling and installing blast mitigation […]

Charleston, S.C., Dealer Working to Make Schools Safer

Aug 7th, 2013

As concern over school safety mounts, one South Carolina window film dealership is taking action to help deter intruders. With the help of the Charleston County police department and Special Weapons and Tactics (SWAT) teams, Solar Reflections of Charleston and some area glass shops recently participated in a series of tests to help several school […]

Could Security Films Save You from an Oncoming Meteor?

Feb 20th, 2013

A hurdling boulder from space crashing through your office window is probably pretty low on your list of worries. While the odds of that happening aren’t astronomical (pun intended) try telling that to people in Russia who suffered major architectural damage from the debris of a meteor that crash landed there last week. Looking at […]

‘Tis the Season to Smash and Grab

Dec 6th, 2012

Einbrecher an einem Fenster

Help your shop be a holiday hero this year by marketing automotive films as a method to protect against smash-and-grab burglaries that increase throughout the gift-giving season. During the somewhat slower winter months, window film shops can continue to market solar and security automotive films by reminding customers of the benefit films can provide during […]

Liquid Security Film?

Aug 16th, 2012

Scotchkote

Well after 66 days I made it back from London and the Olympic projects. It’s good to be home. I really enjoyed my time there and working closely with such a fine film manufacturer (3M) was rewarding. There were some major challenges to be sure but all went well in the end as we finished […]

Security Film Ad Banned for Warnings About Terrorism and Flying Glass

Jun 21st, 2012

The London-based Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) has banned an ad by a United Kingdom-based window film company questioning the possibility of flying glass and glass breakage in light of the upcoming Olympic Games in London. The text of the ad, published by United Kingdom-based Northgate Solar Controls (NSC), read as follows: “How safe are you […]