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Security Glass

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Can I make my home more secure by upgrading the glass in my windows?

You can enhance the security of your home by upgrading the glass in your windows. This process involves replacing the existing glass with specialized options designed to provide added protection. Choices include laminated glass, tempered glass, heat-strengthened glass, and fire-resistant glass, each offering unique security benefits. Laminated glass, for example, resists shattering, while tempered glass is much harder to break and shatters into safe, small fragments. Heat-strengthened glass provides improved resistance, and fire-resistant glass withstands high temperatures and flames. By upgrading your windows with these advanced glass types, you not only fortify the security of your home but also gain peace of mind, knowing that you've taken a significant step toward safeguarding your property and loved ones.

Laminated Glass

Laminated glass is constructed with layers of glass bonded together using a durable interlayer, often made of polyvinyl butyral (PVB). This interlayer is what keeps the glass intact even when it shatters. In the event of an impact, the glass may crack, but the interlayer holds the broken pieces together, making it highly resistant to shattering. This not only provides added security against break-ins but also enhances safety by reducing the risk of injury from sharp glass shards.

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Tempered Glass

Tempered glass is specially treated to be extra strong. It undergoes a thermal tempering process that creates surface compression, making it significantly more resistant to breakage. When tempered glass does break, it shatters into small, granular, and relatively harmless fragments, which is a safety feature. This glass is an excellent choice for enhancing security, as it's much more difficult to break and gain access through a window.

Heat Strengthened Glass

Heat-strengthened glass is created through a heat treatment process, which makes it stronger than regular annealed glass. While not as strong as tempered glass, it still offers better resistance to breakage. Heat-strengthened glass is less likely to shatter into small fragments and is a good option for added security while retaining some of the visual characteristics of regular glass.

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Fire-Resistant Glass

Fire-resistant glass is designed to withstand high temperatures and flames, making it an essential component for fire safety. While its primary purpose is fire protection, it can also provide added security benefits. It maintains its structural integrity during a fire, preventing flames and smoke from easily penetrating through, which can be a critical security feature in certain settings.

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Site Survey

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Fitting Day

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