Hurricane Impact Doors in Miami
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WHOLESALE IMPACT DOORS IN MIAMI
There are several types of hurricane proof door options available, including sliding glass doors and swinging doors. Regardless of the style you choose, each door offers maximum protection, safety, and quality. These hurricane resistant doors also offer reduced insurance premium and energy costs. Signature Impact Windows & Doors know that updating your curb appeal while protecting your family is a long term financial investment, and we are here to equip you with the best hurricane doors in South Florida.
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Hurricane Front Doors
SECURITY AND HURRICANE PROTECTION 24/7
Our hurricane and storm doors abide by all Florida Building Codes and guarantee security and hurricane protection 24/7. Various types of materials offer greater cost-effectiveness, insulation benefits, and energy performance. Still, regardless of the materials used, impact doors provide permanent protection against hurricanes at any time. Our product durability prevents all glass from breaking into large sharp pieces.
Additionally, if the glass breaks, it will create a spider-like pattern rather than shattering and causing harm. An additional benefit is the prevention of 99% of ultraviolet light transmitted and higher sound insulation due to the dampening effect. As a result, many insurance companies offer up to 45% premium discounts.
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The Sound Transmission Coefficient scale is used to evaluate the transmission of noise. The high-quality sound reduction is the direct result of a high STC rating. So, every increase by 10, is a 50% increase in noise reduction.
Protection from UV-rays
Impact doors offer unique and cost-effective UV protection, reducing up to 99% of UV ray damage to the interior of a home while lowering insurance costs, and increasing resale value.
Improved Energy Efficiency
Energy efficiency can be increased dramatically since less energy is required to heat and cool the home using impact doors. Both vinyl and fiberglass are strong and popular materials for impact doors and poor conductors of heat and cold.