Window Bars, also called grilles, security bars, burglar bars and other names, have been around for a very long time.  Long considered a sufficient form of security, they have the disadvantage of obscuring views, and making your home or business look like a prison. Even the most ornate bars still take away from the clean appearance of your windows.

Gates and Grilles are fine for commercial use. They’re great at night. However they don’t protect against incendiary devices like molotov cocktails, which can be devastating to your business.

The use of gates and window bars has increased in recent years in residential use.  Please note, if you have window bars or are considering them for your home, please continue to read. While you can find bars that have “key” locks that can be opened in the event of fire, this requires that you can find the key. If you’ve never experienced a house fire (and I hope you haven’t) imagine a pitch black room, filled with heat, where you cannot see, or breathe. Now try to find that key.

In the security industry we refer to window bars as “barbecue bars” because that’s what will happen if you have these on your windows and a fire occurs.

Your windows may be your only exit in the event of a fire. Window Film does not impede normal opening and closing of a window.

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