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Having a barrier that can stop a bullet, while still facilitating interactions and transactions between employees and customers, is an essential protective measure needed by countless businesses, organizations, and facilities across the nation. When you choose and install the right bullet resistant products, the result is providing the right levels of security you need to keep employees safe, protect resources, valuables, and provide a trustworthy outlet through which commerce and other activities can take place.




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Bulletproof windows are made by layering polycarbonate material (plastic polymers) between sheets of regular glass or acrylic. The more layers there are, then the thicker the window and the more protection it provides. Learn more about the manufacturing process for these products in our blog article, How is Bullet Resistant Glass Made?. The important thing to know is that Creative Industries makes bullet resistant windows and other products that can provide protection against the most common firearm threat your business may face. And our pricing is surprisingly affordable, even for small businesses.


As the level of protection offered by a bulletproof window rises, so does its weight and cost. There are eight levels of protection, and the first three levels are the ones that provide adequate protection from the kinds of handguns used in most gun violence situations of concern to businesses and organizations. These can be described in ballistic terms, as follows:


Fortunately, the real purpose of bullet resistant windows and products in almost every case is not to prevent a determined onslaught from an attacker hellbent on getting through, no matter what. For the vast majority of businesses and companies, like convenience stores, stadiums, and lodging areas like hotels or motels, as well as organizations such as government buildings, a school, banks, and so on, a relatively light grade of bullet resistant windows will suffice to stop or prevent an attack.


When paired with other bullet resistant measures like security cameras and alarms, potential attackers typically give up and flee. Getting through the barrier is usually less important than not getting caught. By deterring attacks from happening and stopping assailants, low-grade bullet resistant windows and products are able to provide safety and security at a relatively low cost. The manufacture of the products most commonly needed at businesses will cost something in the range of a few thousand dollars. The higher levels of protection described above (levels 4-8) will run much higher in manufacturing costs. But manufacturing the actual products to be used is just one side of the cost equation. You must also factor in the cost of installation.


We were given these BenShot glasses a couple of years ago as a gift and we love them. They are well made, a great conversation starter and I LOVE that they are made in the USA! Now I give them as gifts because I trust that the company always turns out a great product!


I've given quite a few of these glasses as gifts. They are always received with oohs and aahs. The quality is exceptional, and the design is quite original. I'll continue to purchase them for those on my gift list who appreciate the 2nd Amendment.


This company and their products are unbelievable. From customer service to the actual product has been a totally great experience. The glass itself is beautiful and every person that has seen it has been blown away. I am so thrilled that I ran across your website. I will be back to order more. Thank you! Jill Terry


In general, vehicle side windows are made from tempered glass, which, if broken, breaks into relatively safe, small pieces, rather than shards. Tempered glass is not bullet-resistant. Due to this, in a vehicle where bullet resistance is preferred (or in some high-end vehicles), polycarbonate (also known as plastic) windows are installed. These are thicker and break much less easily than a typical side window with normal auto glass thickness might. These windows are much more likely to slow down a bullet in the event one is fired toward them than standard side windows.


Unfortunately, bullet resistance, for both windshields and side windows, does come with a much higher price tag than standard windshields and side windows. It is more expensive to manufacture and, if broken, more expensive to replace. For this reason, it is typically only found on vehicles that have a need for extra security. These vehicles usually are retrofitted with bullet-resistant glass as factory installation by automobile manufacturers. Therefore, it is extremely limited and generally reserved for luxury brands like Audi, BMW, and Mercedes.


Retrofitting a vehicle with armor is not an easy task. The labor hours alone that go into modifying any vehicle for armoring will likely be in the hundreds. The cost of the glass itself can start as low as about $5,000, but this is for minimal protection on a small vehicle. The price goes up from there and can top out at well over $100,000, depending on options and the type of vehicle being armored. These figures are just for the price of the armoring and do not include the cost of the vehicle.


There are different levels of bullet-resistant auto glass. In some cases, the level of bullet resistance is minimal; enough to stop a .22 caliber bullet, for example. In other cases, the glass needs to stop large rounds, such as 5.56. As the level of resistance increases, typically so does the weight, thickness, and cost. A rating system was developed by Underwriters Laboratory (UL) to rate the bullet resistance levels of glass. This can help you decide what rating level you need based on the caliber of bullet a certain level is rated for. For a full chart, and more background on the history of bullet-resistant glass, check out The Use of Bulletproof Glass.


Typically, vehicles that need extra protection are equipped with much more than just bullet resistant glass. Door panels and undercarriages are nearly as vulnerable as windshields, windows, and back glass. They do little to slow down bullets. For this reason, armor panels are generally added to the door to give better overall bullet-resistant coverage. Blast panels can be added to the undercarriage to protect the gas tank and drivetrain from explosions. Many armored vehicles also feature run-flat tires that allow the vehicle to continue driving even if a tire has been penetrated.


The process for installing bullet-resistant glass is extensive and will need to be handled by a professional shop that is experienced in installing bullet resistant glass. The glass will be much thicker and heavier than the glass that your vehicle was originally equipped with. The front and back windshields are similar to a normal replacement job, but modifications may need to be made to the frames in order to accommodate the glass.


Glass.com attempts to provide accurate information but cannot be held liable for any information provided or omitted. You should always work with a licensed, insured and reputable glass shop that can assess your specific needs and local building codes and offer professional services. Never attempt to cut, install, or otherwise work with glass yourself. All content is provided on an informational basis only.


We do not manufacture any glass ourselves, but we can point you in the direction of someone who would be able to obtain and install the glass. Many of these applications do not allow the glass to be operable because of the considerable increase in mass.


I live in Fremont CA. My zip is 94538. I own a 2000 MB E400 that is retrofitted with bullet proof windows and steel body. The window is becoming blurry due to years of extreme sun. I would like to have the windows replaced since the car only has 60k miles. any reccomendations would be appreciated.


Hi Kevin,We do not offer armoring services but there are several companies across the US that do. You can find them with a quick Google search. Armoring requires significant modification to the door frame to allow for the increased thickness of bullet-resistant glass. Pricing typically starts around $15,000 and can range up to $200,000+.


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