Many of today’s modern windows have highly reflective exterior glass. Modern buildings make up much of Chicago’s urban skyline while new construction homes are reflected in many of its residential neighborhoods. Have you noticed the alarming number of bird collisions on your Chicago windows? Bird advocacy groups report that bird-on-glass collisions actually result in hundreds of millions of bird fatalities each year in our country alone. Help lower bird fatalities and lower your repair and maintenance costs by installing bird strike prevention window film!
Benefits of Bird Strike Prevention Window Film in Your Chicago Home or Business
Bird strike prevention window film, also known as fritted window film, is a special glass that has patterns of lines or ceramic dots that are embedded for the sole purpose of showing birds it’s a building wall, clear blue sky. Fritted window film typically comes in horizontal lines, vertical lines, or a dot pattern, and can be customized as well. The subtle pattern is mostly only noticeable to birds. Fritted window film costs a fraction of the price of replacing your Chicago home or business’ windows with actual fritted glass.
Not only do you save bird lives with bird strike prevention window film, you also save in costly maintenance and repair fees associated with birds flying into your Chicago windows. Birds flying full speed into your glass can leave permanent damage on your Chicago windows while leaving an unpleasant clean up.
Bird Strike Prevention Window Film Installation in Chicago Homes or Businesses
Our team of experienced, local window film experts can install bird strike prevention window film within hours, depending on how many windows you need upgraded. We offer a large array of window film brands, allowing you to choose the right one for your Chicago home or business. We’re happy to custom the fritted pattern as well!
Call today to schedule a consultation on how bird strike prevention window films can save bird lives and lower your repair and maintenance costs: (773) 453-2005