Window Film for Home

There are many home products out there that turns out to be useless. There is one product that is of exception and they are glass films. They are long lasting and is made of vinyl.

Window films are not new in the market. Previously, for decades, automobile industry have been using them. All around town, you will find houses using glass films today.

In the market today, you can find to types of films. They come as adhesive based and adhesive free. It is widely recommended that home owners buy self adhesive glass films. In the market today, there are dozens of designs available for glass film.

You can install glass films as a DIY project. The entire process usually takes around fifteen minutes. You can work totally on your own to install the glass films. For really large window, work in a team of two persons.

Installing glass film on your own means that you should buy those that is of self adhesive nature. You will need very simple tools such as a squeegee, a spray bottle and an utility knife to install them. Just borrow the tools from your neighbors if you do not have them.

You may have myriad of reasons why you want to put up glass films. Glare control is the most common reason. With the glass film installed, you can watch TV or a computer monitor more comfortable.

Window film makes your house more energy efficient. There are also many people who installed glass films to filter out solar ray. The interior of the house will be cooler with glass films installed.

As heat is kept out, the air conditioner may be turned down. Window films help to retain heat in the house and at night, you may turn down your heater. Over the period of one year, the savings in your electricity bill can be significant.

There are also many home owners who install glass films for the purpose of decoration. Conventionally, curtains and draperies are widely used for window treatment. Nowadays, home owners, architects and builders simply use glass films to decorate and dress up their windows.

Some of the more popular designs that are frequently used for decoration purpose is the frosted glass and the stained glass design. Fifteen minutes is all you need to transform very plain looking glass to become frosted glass or stained glass. Window film application is the cheapest way that you can find to quickly carry out window treatment.

There are many more benefits of using window film. You may conveniently buy diy glass film from many stores throughout the nation. You can also conveniently buy it from online store if you want to save a trip to a physical store. All merchandisers usually provide you with three years of warranty for the product. It is usual for stained glass film to be twice as long lasting as its warranty.

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Name: Angelo Reciti
Arrested for: not given
Arrested at: North Shields Police Station
Arrested on: 18 April 1905
Tyne and Wear Archives ref: DX1388-1-69-Angelo Reciti

The Shields Daily News for 19 April 1905 reports:

"ALLEGE USE OF THREATS AT NORTH SHIELDS. HUSBAND AND WIFE CASE.

At North Shields Police Court today, Angelo Reciti (29), residing at 8 Clive Street, was charged on a warrant with unlawfully using threats towards his wife Elizabeth, whereby she fears he will do her some grievous bodily harm, on the 18th inst.

Sergt. Geo. Murray spoke to apprehending the accused about a quarter past eleven o’clock last night. In pursuance of a warrant, he proceeded to 64 Elsdon Street and there found the accused concealed under a bed. He got him out and he thereupon became very violent. Witness had to get the assistance of two other police officers to hold him. The wife of the the prisoner had been obliged to leave the town in consequence of his threats towards her. At present she was staying in Jarrow. The accused was remanded until tomorrow to give his wife an opportunity of attending the court".

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"At North Shields to-day Angelo Reciti, Italian shoemaker, was charged with deserting his wife Elizabeth. Mr G.W. Chapman defended.

Complainant, who is only 16, said they had been married since March and resided at Camden Terrace. On Saturday last, at defendant’s request, she went to visit her mother at Jarrow, and on returning in the evening she found nothing but the four walls. The defendant had removed all her furniture and her clothing. She was a present living at 57 Church Way.

By Mr Chapman: She admitted having declined to live with her husband if he removed into Clive Street. Defendant said that five or six weeks ago he went to Manchester in search of employment and when he returned he discovered that his wife had sold off the furniture and gone to live with her mother. He wished to go into Clive Street for convenience in his business, and when he spoke to his wife about removing she declined to go with him.

The magistrates granted a judicial separation, the defendant to pay his wife 5s a week. Defendant was also charged with threatening the life of his wife’s sister and was bound over to keep the peace for six months".

These images are a selection from an album of photographs of prisoners brought before the North Shields Police Court between 1902 and 1916 in the collection of Tyne & Wear Archives (TWA ref DX1388/1).

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