The rooms of the modern retirement village were repurposed and there was a need to add privacy to some internal glass door panels without permanently changing the glass. GlassProtech came up with a frosting solution, that provided the privacy required.
Main Street Upper Hutt was hit by a lone vandal, and in one night he damaged over one hundred thousand dollars worth of street front glazing by etching insignia on the glass. GlassProtech tidied up and hid the existing etching and protected glass from future damage.
Increased density in new residential developments creates close quarter living with glazing in close proximity to street frontages and shared access ways. GlassProtech offer multiple solutions to give privacy, awareness of the external environment.
GlassProtech is the leading business in New Zealand in glass etch protection and anti-graffiti protection. We work with all major public transport companies, throughout New Zealand, helping to keep glass and other hard surfaces protected from vandalism damage.
School boards are aware that the children in their care may be at risk of being targeted by criminals and associated threats. With this school being in close proximity to some of New Zealand’s largest prisons, it was their duty of care to provide safe rooms.
Pataka Art & Museum showcases the best in contemporary Maori and Pacific arts, New Zealand, Asian and International arts and culture. GlassProtech was asked to help protect the artifacts by installing UV filtering film on the windows.
GlassProtech was approached to provide a cost-effective solution to control the light levels in the classroom, where glare was prohibiting teachers from using digital screens for teaching. Through testing, a suitable solar control film was recommended and applied.
Auckland Transport was building a $28 million Jasmax-designed bus and rail interchange at Ōtāhuhu, Auckland. As rail stations were frequently targeted by vandalism, our team (*see footnote) was approached to provide a complete solution for the protection of glass surfaces. The project ended up being New Zealand’s largest printed anti-graffiti film project.
Auckland library had a problem with scratch graffiti on the stainless lift interior surfaces as vandalism in the local area had extended to the library. With consultation with the library staff, GlassProtech provided a solution, that both protected the surfaces, and also fit in with the services provided.