Signature Impact Hurricane Awning Windows

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Impact Awning Windows in Miami

Awning windows are hinged at the top and are opened outward by cranking a handle. This allows the windows to stay open even during rainy Florida weather.

Of course, keeping your window open during a major storm is not recommended. You want a window that can lock tight and stay strong.

Made of the highest-quality tempered glass, our hurricane-proof impact awning windows are four times stronger than regular windows. Sandwiched in between two sheets of tempered glass is a layer of polyvinyl butyral, or PVB. This gives the window even more strength and flexibility. Much like an automobile window, if our window should be punctured, the PVB will stop the hurricane impact glass from being shattered into many pieces.

Signature storm impact windows have even more benefits, including:

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99% of harmful UV light is blocked

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Outside noise is quieted, and energy efficiency is increased with a water/air resistant bottom rail, and extra weather-stripping.

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An extra-strength frame and meeting rails, stainless steel fasteners, and the layer of PVB protect against criminals

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Lab Tested Hurricane-Proof Impact Awning Windows

Robust lab testing proves that our Hurricane Awning Windows meet the rigorous projectile impact, wind speed, and pressure change requirements of the Miami-Dade and Broward County High-Velocity Hurricane Zone (HVHZ). Independent audits also confirm that our hurricane approved windows are manufactured using ISO-certified product quality assurance. The end result is one of the strongest custom hurricane impact windows in America, and well worth the cost to install hurricane windows.

Call us today at 305-912-7493 or request a quote online for the latest hurricane impact awning window prices. Signature Impact is your source for impact windows in Florida.

 

Signature Impact Windows in Miami also offer:

HURRICANE CASEMENT WINDOWS

HURRICANE IMPACT DOUBLE HUNG WINDOWS

 

 

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