Portella Announces Partnership with Ballistic Glass and Armor Solutions
April 27, 2021– Portella Steel Doors and Windows has announced a partnership with Ballistic Glass and Armor Solutions to offer state-of-the-art forced entry and ballistic glass coatings. This gives more options to their customers to further customize their doors and windows based on their safety needs. This partnership is a reflection of Portella’s ongoing commitment to design, quality, and safety of every custom window and door they produce for their clients.
Ballistic Glass and Armor Solutions is located in Addison, Texas, and serves clients around the country. Founded with the goal of saving lives and protecting assets, Ballistic Glass and Armor Solutions offers forced entry and ballistic glazings in a wide range of protection levels, designed to deter threats and allow time for help to arrive.
Portella focuses not only on the window and door customization they offer their clients but the safety of their products. This newly offered ballistic glass creates additional options alongside their already vast array of customization options, like protecting against forced entry and ballistic threats.
Ballistic Glass and Armor Solutions forced entry glass is engineered to deter for up to 60 minutes in an attempted break-in, depending on the thickness of the coating. These coatings are usually used in storefronts, schools, government buildings, and the like and can also be used for homes to keep property and people safe. The glazings are offered in various thicknesses and are made to withstand multiple .50 caliber rifle shots. If you’re looking to protect your home or business, ballistic glass is a must to delaying threats. Portella can customize the thickness to your needs.
Portella Steel Doors and Windows has manufactured individually engineered, high-quality steel doors and windows since 1999. Portella is a family-owned, Texas-based business with a solid reputation for quality of artistry, attention-to-detail, and superior customer service among both their clients and their peers in the building industry.
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