11:54PM | 03/26/08
Member Since: 03/26/08
1 lifetime posts
My neighborhood has attracted many families with youngsters. Stretching behind the homes is a small greenway that has become the neighborhood football/soccer/baseball field. Of course, my sliding patio doors with their two huge panes of unprotected glass face this play area. Can anyone offer any suggestions as to how I can protect my patio doors from flying baseballs, footballs, soccer balls, and who knows what else may come flying at them? Because I don’t have a deck, the patio doors are rarely opened. But I can’t simply pull them out and seal the opening. Anything that would get past the city building inspector would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance for your help.


02:19AM | 03/27/08
Member Since: 04/25/05
1918 lifetime posts
Companies that install tinted window film also has a clear Safety Film.

I don't know how much strenght that they add to the glass. But it will add some. And if the glass does break it holds the glass together.

Used to make windows burgarly and hurricane resistant.


12:07PM | 02/10/13
check out the glass protection film or for Do-it-yourself glass protection kits. :)


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