Expert consultations and advice followed up by a window film installation of the highest standard turned around as quickly as possible. This approach has made us cost effective to business and governmental clients as far away as Europe and India where we regularly provide security window film enhancements to British and foreign embassies. Our expert installations also reach domestic clients that require our high quality, anti-graffiti, safety and secure window films.
An increasing portion of our business comes from private homeowners especially for conservatories which retain their open feeling so much better with solar control window film instead of blinds or curtains. Our film installation services are always adapted and tailored to each individual client whether homeowner or corporate property owner, but it is always professional, friendly and full of great advice based on decades of practical experience.
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Part of the Workplace Regulations 1992, Reg 7 stipulates that employers must maintain a comfortable temperature in the workplace through all seasons, and window films can help achieve this with solar control for summer sunshine that also insulates against winter cold.
Whatever your requirements for window film throughout London, Birmingham, Leeds, Sheffield, Bradford, Liverpool, Manchester, Bristol, Wakefield, Cardiff, Coventry, Nottingham, Leicester, Sunderland or Brighton, get support from an expert team that knows how to make sure an installation helps you meet statutory requirements and health and safety compliance; contact us today to arrange a survey and quotation with one of our expert team.
Carbon Reduction Commitment is an initiative from the government which brings in the UK’s first mandatory carbon trading scheme and started in April 2010. It covers large non-energy intensive business and public sector organisations.
Window films can play a huge role in helping reduce energy waste in the workplace, with solar control and heat reduction films able to reduce air conditioning costs as a great example enjoyed by companies across London, Kent, Essex, Surrey and Sussex.
Over reliance on energy hungry air conditioning and heating is a false economy when professional installation of a solar control window film can be helping you out 24/7.
Heat reduction window films can provide simple shade from the sun or more complex technology that reflects heat whilst still letting in plenty of light.
The same films, by thickening the glass, provide added insulation making air conditioning more effective and keeping heat in through winter.
Understanding all the potential effects of a window film installation is critical to offering our clients the best possible advice; under regulation 7 an installation can help meet your health and safety responsibilities whilst also improving energy efficiency. Solar control films of different kinds can also reduce fading to carpets and furniture by UV rays or reduce the glare from sunlight which can raise other health and safety issues.
Whatever your requirements for solar control in your property, speak to the experts at Pabro Performance Window Films for a high quality installation of the ideal product;
Regulation 14 also provides details on the clear marking of glazing using
which we provide a complete service on installing across London, Kent, Essex, Sussex, Surrey and the UK;
As terrorism has continued to affect our streets and especially business properties in built up areas, the British Security Service has provided a range of guidelines and recommendations to property owners. Focused on preventing the terrible injuries that can be caused by flying glass, they call for installations of anti-shatter bomb protective window films which are further supported by the
With modern buildings making much greater use of glass than older buildings, this means that most bomb casualties nowadays are caused by flying glass.
Pabro Performance Window Films provide a complete professional installation service on safety enhancing products such as anti-shatter window film and bomb blast protection films. We only fit the highest quality products to the most demanding standards ensuring the best protection a window film can provide.
The document is offered over the next few slides in full, looking at safety and anti-shatter films in particular and highlighting the correct application and installation of them to reduce risks of flying glass in the event of a bomb blast or other impact. This is especially crucial advice for businesses in major cities such as London, Birmingham, Leeds, Sheffield, Bradford, Liverpool, Manchester, Bristol, Wakefield, Cardiff, Coventry, Nottingham, Leicester, Sunderland, Brighton, Plymouth, Southampton, Westminster, Portsmouth and Salisbury.
Adhesive backed polymeric film designed so that when applied to a glass pane the final product can be classified in accordance with BS EN 12600 “Glass in building – Pendulum test – Impact method test and classification for flat glass”. Safety film is also known as ‘Anti-Shatter film’ or ASF since it is intended to retain broken glass fragments and hence reduce shattering of glass over a wide area.
Basic soda lime silicate glass products according to EN 572-1 to 8; Special basic products –
glasses according to EN 1748-1-1; Special basic products – Glass ceramics, according to EN 1748-2-1; Special basic products – Alkaline earth silicate glass, according to EN 14178-1; Silvered float glass, according to EN 1036; Thermally toughened soda lime silicate safety glass, according to EN 12150-1; Heat strengthened soda lime silicate glass, according to EN 1863-1; Chemically strengthened soda lime silicate glass, according to EN 12337-1; Heat soaked thermally toughened soda lime silicate safety glass, according to EN 14179-1; Thermally toughened borosilicate safety glass, according to EN 13024-1; Thermally toughened alkaline earth silicate safety glass, according to EN 14321-1; Laminated and laminated safety glass, according to EN ISO 12543-2, -3; Coated glass, according to EN 1096-1, wired glass according to EN 572-3