Home invasion and burglary are a fact of modern life, but careful use of laminated glass minimizes risks. Breaking and entering is easy if the glass falls apart on impact. But put laminated glass in front of a burglar, and his/her job just got a whole lot harder.
Laminated Safety Glass is difficult to break. Even when broken, it stays in place. Confronted with this obstacle, most invaders will be inclined to look for an easier target. When laminated, this glass has an internal layer of resin or vinyl, which the broken shards of glass adhere to keeping the ‘window’ in place.
In extreme situations you can choose various types of bandit-resistant or bullet-resistant glasses. These are designed to withstand attacks from hammers or other projectiles, or resist penetration by bullets or other high speed objects.
The security-effectiveness of Laminated Safety Glass has been well proven around New Zealand and overseas. It is used in houses, schools, offices, retail stores, banks, hospitals, hotels, prisons… wherever safety and security are important.