Keep Your Family Safe with Our Quality Mirror Safety Film
A mirror safety tint is a thick film that is applied to the back of glass surfaces to prevent shards from scattering around in case of breakage. It is possible to apply this film to windows, doors, mirrors, and other glass surfaces in your house and to keep your family safe! Have questions? Discuss them with our friendly customer support by dialing 773-455-0467 or 312-212-0493, get a free estimate, or book your installation appointment!Book appointment
Why apply mirror safety film?
One of the main reasons is to protect you and your family in case of any glass breakage in your home. The application of mirror safety film will not make the glass unbreakable, but it will prevent dangerous glass shards from scattering if it does. Large mirrors, windows, and glass walls are very special elements of home design, and you can easily protect them from breakage. Here at Tinting Chicago, we only work with the highest quality films and provide fast and cost-effective installation.
The benefits of the mirror safety film installation
- The first and most important benefit is the prevention of breakage — whether caused by a rouge flying object or a thief trying to break in.
- Mirror safety film extends the lifespan of the glass surface making it much stronger, even withstanding natural disasters, strong winds, etc.
- This magic film when used on a mirror prevents moisture from penetrating its surface and flaking. A mirror with safety film will last for decades to come.
Where to apply the mirror safety film to?
- Mirrors and glass walls
- Front door and any glass doors
- Panoramic walls and windows
- Pretty much any window in your house
Sound appealing? Feel free to visit one of our shops at 3621 N Harlem Ave. and 2720 Unit B, W Grand Ave. in Chicago, or 1402 N Rand Rd in Palatine, or give us a call at 773-455-0467 or 312-212-0493 to discuss your mirror safety installation project with our technicians!
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Just partially. If you really are on a tight budget and can’t afford to get a mirror safety film, then you can also use some strips of duct tape on the back of the mirror. But this will make it look really unprofessional, and will also not offer the same protection in case the mirror breaks.
Yes, you can, just make sure that it’s the right film. For the front of the mirror, you obviously need a transparent film, and here at Tinting Chicago we have a multitude of films of various tints, colors, and transparency levels.
This is not recommended, because the film is quite thick and needs to be cut perfectly to fit the mirror. The application process is also a bit more difficult compared to other types of films, so it’s better to get the help of a professional. We are here to assist you, so don’t hesitate and call us now!