The fastest and most cost effective way you can fix a window

Our range was developed to offer a simple and quick solution to an everyday problem.

 

We’re offering an exclusive 20% off our entire 175 range

 

Just enter schools20 at the checkout

 

If you have any question and would prefer to email you can reach me on john.edwards@maxam.co.uk  I’d be delighted to help you further.

 

Find out more or buy our fantastic product below

Maxam175 Emergency glass repair film

MAXAM175 EMERGENCY GLASS REPAIR FILM

£15.00£436.00
Rated 4.86 out of 5

MAXAM175 EMERGENCY GLASS REPAIR FILM 

THE ORIGINAL AND UNRIVALED EMERGENCY GLASS REPAIR FILM INVENTED BY US TO SECURE BROKEN WINDOWS IN JUST A FEW MINUTES

Roll sizes include

  • 1M
  • 3M
  • 6M
  • 15M
  • 2 Roll Carton
  • 4 Roll Carton

 

 

MAXAM175 EMERGENCY GLASS REPAIR FILM

THE ORIGINAL AND UNRIVALED EMERGENCY GLASS REPAIR FILM INVENTED BY US TO SECURE BROKEN WINDOWS IN JUST A FEW MINUTES

Roll sizes include

  • 1M
  • 3M
  • 6M
  • 15M
  • 2 Roll Carton
  • 4 Roll Carton

What People Say

“Maxam 175 glass protection is best product on the market. it may be expensive but you get what you pay for!”

Graham H

“Top quality product. Very easy to use.”

Paul B

“Excellent product, often eliminates the need for boarding up broken glass, very useful especially in public buildings.”

Kathryn R

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Its so easy to apply, just cut to size, peel back the paper and smooth over with a cloth. Your window is both safe and weatherproof immediately. The frame is undamaged and you get full natural daylight too. And when you come to re-glaze, the old glass comes out all together, and firmly attached to the film.

Being one third the tensile strength of steel, it’s incredibly strong and is awarded top impact resistance standard BS12600 1B1, your guarantee of highest security.

Maxam175 is so robust and almost invisible, making it a very effective alternative to steel sheets and plywood on void properties, creating a safe and aesthetically pleasing environment. It is also a preferred method of permanently stabilizing weak or vulnerable glass, saving costly replacement.

 

It is successfully used every year on around half a million broken windows; can you afford not to rely on it too?

Maxam 175 in Action