Decorative & Privacy
Decorative film is an affordable alternative to net curtains, blinds or patterned glass. It can be applied directly to your existing windows and doors, for enhanced privacy or for decorative purposes, and the process is so easy it only takes a few minutes to apply the decorative window film. We have a wide range of patterned window film designs to suit all interior styles, which are either printed on or cut out of frosted film, depending on the intricacy of the design. This is ideal to add privacy to your office without spending too much.
Glass and glazing can sometimes be seen as a weak point when it comes to security, with untreated glass easily broken. An application of specialist security window film can help protect windows and your property.
Security window film can be applied to existing glass and windows, instantly strengthening the glass and making it more resistant to breakage. The film, which is approximately twice as thick as standard window film, will make the glass harder to break, serving to deter potential intruders.
In addition to giving the window enhanced glass security and anti-shatter properties, security window film for windows will hold the glass together should it succumb to breakage. The film holds the broken pane in position instead of allowing the broken shards to fall away, thus making it harder to gain illegal access through a broken window.
Security window films are available in a range of grades and finishes, with the standard security film virtually invisible in appearance. This allows security film to be applied to glass without disrupting the view or altering the look of your windows.
One Way Mirror
The principle of a measured metallization of polyester support forms a reflective screen in the daylight which reflects an image as a mirror, while preserving the transparency and visual properties of glass on the inside. A user can see without being seen. The application of a one-way mirror film makes it possible to efficiently solve the delicate problem of prying eyes posed by large glazed surfaces.
Solutions provided by curtains and blinds are not always suitable for professional premises and causes a significant loss of light. A one-way mirror film provides protection to all types of glass surfaces, conserves natural light and restricts a view from outside to inside in offices on a ground floor, meeting rooms, etc.