Tuesday, June 9 2020 Armoured One – Security Glass
Businesses centralized in urban areas may have experienced property damage due to vandalism and looting. Although the affected businesses are left picking up the pieces, there is still hope for business owners that want to prevent future losses. The Insurance Information Institute website states that “Damage to the physical part of a business and its contents that is caused by fire, riots, civil commotion or vandalism is generally covered under a standard Business Owners Policy (also known as a BOP).”
The glass products that are commonly installed on most storefronts quickly gave way to bricks, bats, and in some cases, rubber bullets used by police during the civil unrest. This resulted in mass losses to businesses that may have been prevented with the use of tactical Security Glass and tactical Security Glass Film designed to deter and in some cases completely stop a forced entry attack.
Fox News reported, “Looting damage adds up to more than $400 million in the 20 largest metropolitan areas in the U.S., according to an estimate from the Anderson Economic Group released Friday.”
Business owners can take cost effective measures to secure their property from future attacks by investing in security glass. This specialized glass product mainly comes in two forms: tactical glass and tactical glass film. This attack resistant material is typically certified to withstand bullets, bombs, and fire designed to deter and in some cases completely stop an attacker entry.