Choosing a Window Film and Installation Company
Posted in Blog, on December 09, 2016 By Admin
If you’re looking to install security window film, then you’ve made a great choice – it’s a great step to improving the safety of your home. However, you don’t want just anyone to install your window film. As you’re doing your research, attempting to find the best installation company around, here are a few things to keep an eye out for, and a few key questions to ask.
Who manufactured the window film?
Installation companies don’t make their own security film, so a good first step is to figure out which products they are using. Window Armour, for example, uses Hanita Coatings and Saint-Gobain, two of the highest-quality brands of security window film on the market. If the company you’re dealing with won’t tell you which film they’re using, that’s a major red flag – they could be using lower-quality films and still charging you premium prices.
Do they stand by their work?
Ask if there’s a guarantee or warranty on both the window film itself and their installation. You’re investing in a long-term form of protection for your home; you want to make sure that the film will last! Look for good testimonials from people who have used their services before – are they still satisfied with the quality of the work years down the line? You’re looking for a company that will go above and beyond the basic level of service.
How much experience does the company have?
Ideally, you want a long track record of success. You also want to make sure your installation firm is trustworthy – this is your home’s security we’re talking about, after all! With that in mind, look for a company that’s been in business for an extended period of time, specializing in window security film. Window film’s a significant investment; you don’t want it handled by an amateur who takes on window film as a side business! You want a company like Window Armour, with over 15 years of experience specializing in security film and safety film installation, both in commercial and residential situations.