The first is a photo of how a LEED building looks after a hurricane -- with Armor Glass security film and attachment installed.
The second is a photo of how a LEED building looks after Hurricane IKE without Armor Glass security film and frame attachment (note the plywood replacing windows which were sucked out during IKE, not even a CAT 2 or above storm).
Notice the difference? The difference is millions of dollars in losses to the building owners and occupants, water damage and months of reconstruction --all could have been avoided using an Energy Star security film from Armor Glass.
Armor Glass films are a way to make windows "low E" at a fraction of the cost, while "armoring your glass." Our films are "carbon negative" - it costs less to make them than what they save in energy.
Armor Glass solar security film generates 1-4 LEED credits. Think of Armor Glass films as LEED Plus!
Which is better - to have a LEED building fighting hurricane force winds with Armor Glass security film, or without?