From blast mitigation and active shooter mitigation to advanced retro-fits like DefenseLite and BulletShield, we offer a variety of safety and security solutions for government customers.
Government buildings are susceptible targets to vandals and human threats. Anti-graffiti, shatterproof, and surface protection films are just a few ways to significantly mitigate such threats.
Excessive solar heat gain can cause unbearable temperatures and AC system stress, especially during the summer. Energy saving film solves this problem without disrupting natural light.
Whether for interior glass walls and doors, or for street level windows exposed to public eye, privacy films are an integral component to government facilities and administrative buildings.
Architectural films, decorative finishes, perforated films, and custom window graphics are just a few ways to create stunning interior atmospheres as well as unique exterior perspectives.
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Why Invest in a Window Film Installation?
Government buildings are susceptible targets to vandals and human threats. Anti-graffiti, shatterproof, and surface protection films are just a few ways to significantly mitigate such threats. In turn, government facilities require a multitude of protection when it comes to window film and glass treatments. From shatterproof, anti-graffiti, and bullet-resistant retro-fits to sun control and energy saving films, applicable treatments can often be combined to equip government buildings with optimal protection against the elements.
At Window Film Depot, we provide window film solutions for state, local and federal governmental agencies across the U.S. Our specialties include safety and security window treatment solutions and attachment systems to meet strict government blast performance ratings, as well as energy saving film retro-fits designed to lower energy use. Special GSA rates enable government customers to easily purchase window film installation services from Window Film Depot. The Executive Branch, DOD, VA, FDA, USACE, FBI and GSA have each chosen Window Film Depot to work on their sensitive government sites.
Excessive solar heat gain causing unbearable temperatures during summer months stressing AC system in the hot Southern California summer months.
Curtain wall glass required extensive scaffolding to be erected allowing for access to the problematic western glass wall.
USACE Recruiting Centers
USACE recruiting stations throughout the US required a new level of glass protection following 9-11 as mandated by the Department of Defense.
Required security clearances for installers and multiple site points of contact created a challenge for project managers tasked with delivering across all 50 US states, Guam and The VI.