Sunday, February 7, 2010
Plant Explosion Blows Out Windows 30 miles Away
An explosion at a plant under construction in Connecticut is reported to have blown out windows as far as 30 miles away!
Our security window film is blast-rated and would have prevented the windows from blowing out. You can imagine that between glass fragments getting into the kids' and pets' feet and cold air rushing into the houses, missing windows after an event like this is a major inconvenience.
For some reason these events seem to happen on weekends or after hours when repair personnel are off or charge premium rates.
It is another example of the need for Armor Glass security film everywhere...
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