Now is a frightening time for public schools. In the last few years, our country has seen a tremendous increase in the number of violent incidents occurring on school campuses. Today, it’s all too easy to purchase a firearm; practically anyone can do it. That includes individuals who have plans to inflict harm on innocent children and teachers.

That’s why schools around the country and in Kansas City are installing bomb blast window film. Bomb blast window film offers schools a more affordable alternative to bulletproof glass and provides protection against a wide range of dangers. In the event of an emergency, having a bomb blast window film could mean the difference in dozens of lives saved.

Bomb Blast Window Film: What Schools Need to Know

If you’re a school administrator or district board member who’s interested in bomb blast window film, you probably have some questions like what is it? And how exactly does it work? Here’s what you need to know.

Bomb blast window film isn’t totally foolproof. There’s no technology on the planet that will make glass 100% shatterproof. If you shoot a window enough times, it’s going to break eventually. But what bomb blast window film does do is delay entry and minimize damage. Instead of shattering instantly, a window may have to be shot or struck a number of times before it breaks. This gives staff and police precious time to react.

3 Ways Your School Can Benefit from Blast Mitigation Film

Installing a reliable security window film for your Kansas City school like C-Bond, 3M, Huper Optik, or another bomb blast window film can have more benefits than one. Not only can it make your school safer and more secure but it could also:

  1. Prevent injuries caused by broken glass
  2. Provide additional response time for police, paramedics, security guards, and teachers
  3. Prevent security breaches after hours caused by forced entry

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Learn more about how your Kansas City school can benefit from bomb blast window film by calling our office today!

Mike Kinsey has years of experience in project management and construction. As the Operations Manager for Window Tint Kansas City, he oversees all installs from start to finish. In addition to managing day to day operations, he is also the head of Sales and Customer Relations. Over the years, Mike has installed over 250,000 square feet of film. His experience ranges from residential window tinting to commercial projects for restaurants, hotels, office buildings, industrial and manufacturing facilities and beyond. Mike's unsurpassed expertise and positive reputation make him one of the top professionals in his field. He and his team are trusted by property owners all throughout the Kansas City metro, including the areas of Olathe, Independence, Overland Park, Chesterfield, and beyond.