Impact Casement Windows in Miami
Impact Casement windows are hinged on the side and are opened outward by cranking a handle. They are designed to maximize ventilation as the fresh breeze will bounce off the window and towards your interior.
Of course, maximizing ventilation is the last thing you want during a strong storm. So before the storm hits, crank your impact casement windows shut and batten down the hatches.
The hurricane impact glass on our custom impact casement windows is made of high-quality tempered glass, which is four times stronger than regular glass. A layer of polyvinyl butyral, or PVB, is sandwiched in between two separate panes, giving the window flexibility and strength. In addition, should the glass be punctured, the PVB will ensure the glass does not shatter into many pieces. This is a feature similar to automobile glass.
Storm impact windows by Signature are not only strong, but they are also versatile and offer the following extra advantages:
Noise dampening and energy efficiency due to our multi-layer tempered glass, water/air resistant bottom rail, and extra weather-stripping.
Reinforced frame and meeting rails, stainless steel fasteners, and a PVB layer improve security against intruders
Glass blocks 99% of UV light that may otherwise damage your interior
Durable, resistant to normal wear-and-tear; rot-proof and warp-proof
Hurricane-Approved Windows for Safety
Our Hurricane Impact Casement Windows undergo rigorous laboratory testing to ensure they meet Miami-Dade and Broward County High-Velocity Hurricane Zone (HVHZ) requirements for wind speed, projectile impacts, and rapid pressure changes. Our manufacturing factory ensures all Miami-Dade hurricane rated windows receive ISO-certified product quality assurance, as verified by independent third-party audits. When all of the above is put together, it means we are offering some of the strongest custom hurricane impact windows in the country, and well worth the cost to install hurricane windows.
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