When you are running a business, you have a certain degree of responsibility to your employees. Providing reasonably safe accommodations (within the scope of your line of work) is one of them. For example, you would never want your employees to come in on a Monday morning and discover smashed windows, missing computers, and empty cash registers or safes. This would be a disaster for a number of reasons. First of all, you have lost an untold amount of money and infrastructure. On top of that, your employees now feel uncomfortable and violated. This can lead people to seek employment elsewhere. Let’s take a look at how to protect both your business and your employees from break-ins.
Unfortunately, even if you install a security system, some burglars are familiar enough with how much time they have when they trip off an alarm to get in, get what they want, and go. To add another layer of a deterrent in order to prevent them from getting in. If you add a security film, a flexible, transparent, and tough film that will help hold the glass together against under impact from say, a hammer, a crowbar, or any of the blunt instruments that tend to be used for breaking into the businesses or homes.
When someone tries to break a window that is protected by this film, it tends to cling together, thus delaying the burglar’s ability to gain access to the building. These few minutes may be enough for the burglar to decide that the break-in is not worth the effort. Not only that, you’ve slowed them down which creates more time for the police to show up.
Security film also offers the benefits of being able to tint your windows if you prefer. This can keep nosy people from seeing what goes on in your office building. Before a break-in, many burglars will make notes about when people are out of the office, and what might be worth taking. This is a great way to prevent break-ins before they even happen, which is infinitely preferable to dealing with them after the fact. An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.
As professionals in the world of glass of all kinds, Team Acme has protected glass of all kinds from the tinted windows of luxury cars to the bay windows of big businesses. We would be happy to help you with a consultation, recommendation, and installation of a security film that will help make sure you can rest easy every night after you go home. There’s no reason to toss and turn over your business’s security, get in touch with Team Acme by calling (702) 566-8326 or by contacting us online, where you can browse through photos and writing about our previous work.