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As you know, the New York State Smart Schools Bond Act of 2014 has passed. This public schools initiative will make available up to $2 Billion in funds for various technology, pre-K construction and security capital projects. These funds will be disbursed as grants to school districts that submit an “Investment Plan” which would require approval from NYSED.

Safety & Security Window Film would substantially improve your school’s physical security. By hardening your glass doors, sidelites, curtain walls and entryways against attempted forced entry, your school’s lockdown/lockout and shelter-in-place security programs would gain valuable time in which to be fully and properly implemented in the event of a serious security threat.

Security window film is approved by NYSED for the NY SAFE Act incentives and should be an approvable component of any school’s security capital project. Safety & Security Window Film would be an excellent addition to you school’s Security Program, whether it is a component of a capital project, installed pursuant to the NY SAFE Act incentive, or as a stand-alone project.

New England Security Film LLC specializes in the sale and installation of Safety & Security Window Film for Public Schools in New York State.

New England Security Film:

  • A Madico SafetyShield┬« Premier Partner. We offer only premium Madico Safety & Security Window Film products.
  • Accredited by the International Window Film Association as Specialists in Safety & Security window films.
  • Experienced – We’ve installed security film in over 20 different schools over the past year alone. References are available upon request.
  • Specially trained and equipped for security film installation.
    8-mil films and thicker require special installation techniques that regular window film installers may not be prepared for.
  • Insured – including general contractor liability and worker’s comp.
  • Public Work projects – We can submit certified payrolls and comply with prevailing wage requirements.
  • OSHA 10-Hour certified – as required by NYS law on public works projects greater than $250K. A good idea for all projects.