Hurricane Impact Windows Miami
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HURRICANE IMPACT WINDOWS MIAMI
WHOLESALE OF IMPACT-RESISTANT WINDOWS
The value of installing impact resistant windows far exceeds hurricane preparation. The benefits of having impact windows include noise reduction, increased safety, and intrusion resistance. We ensure that all window framing consists of additional reinforcement.
Hurricane impact windows are more robust and durable than regular windows. We adhere to strict guidelines by the American Society for Testing and Materials, as well as local building codes that ensure community safety. All impact windows must go through rigorous testing that includes a large missile impact test as well as a simulated pressure test.
Call 305-912-7493 or simply contact us online to find out how Signature Impact Windows and Doors in Miami will protect your home or business during Florida hurricanes and tropical storms. Ask us about financing for impact windows and doors.
OUR HURRICANE PROOF WINDOW OPTIONS INCLUDE:
SECURITY AND HURRICANE PROTECTION 24/7
Our impact windows 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, this type of window provides 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 shatter and cause 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.
WHAT IS IMPACT-RESISTANT GLASS?
Hurricane resistant windows come in aluminum, vinyl, and wood. Aluminum is the strongest material but may require painting over time. Vinyl provides great insulation, while wood is the most energy efficient. There are four types of impact-resistant glass that are characterized by the laminate procedure or interlayer procedure. Specifically, hurricane resistant windows consist of impact-resistant glass containing an interlayer of polyvinyl butyral, or PVB, set between two sheets of glass. Impact glass using PVB is the most popular. PVB is a resin used for toughness and flexibility. This chemical adds an extra layer of protection that prevents any cracks from passing from one side to another. Sentry Glass Plus is less economical and typically used in federal construction.