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UV Blocking Window Tint Protects Our Community’s Religious Icons, Buildings, And Antique Furnishings

The many beautiful churches in the San Diego are well loved by so many members of the community who appreciate either their historical value and/or spiritual value. These churches house religious relics, iconography, and antiques that can be severely damaged over time by the UV rays of the sun, and so can their plethora of rich fabric and fine wood finishes. That’s right, the sunlight that penetrates into the recesses of the church, land on furniture, fabric and sometimes even religious memorabilia. UV blocking window film keeps the damaging rays of the sun out, while still letting in light to give the church that same ethereal feel. Best of all it is a sure way to keep the church and everything in it looking good and intact for the next generation of parishioners.

Security Film On Churches, Mosques, And Synagogues To Protect From Bomb Or Ballistics Attacks

Attacks on churches, mosques, and synagogues are a very real thing in this day and age and even before now in our country’s history. Given this past and present threat to places of worship of any faith, security film is always a good idea for religious institutions to consider. Often times the worst damage is the collateral damage of exploding glass in the case of a ballistics or bomb attack, and security film will help mitigate this, keeping your congregation out of harm’s way.

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Other popular window films for San Diego churches, synagogues, and mosques include energy efficient window tinting, glare-reducing window tint, and anti-graffiti films.

For more information on the process, products and pricing, contact San Diego Window Film for a free, on-site consultation with one of our window film experts.

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