Why should you install impact windows in your house?
Because storm impact windows can withstand flying debris, they offer the best protection against the hurricane-force winds that threaten properties every year.
According to the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), windows and doors are the primary sources of most household damage during a storm—which is why it’s so important to protect them.
Last year, Florida residents claimed more than $8 billion in property damage after Hurricane Irma swept through the Gulf Coast.
But that number is much lower than it could have been, says Sarasota reporter Gayle Guynup.
“Experts agree, it could have been much, much worse,” writes Guynup at the Herald Tribune. “If the storm surge had come through as first predicted, we would be writing a very different story.”
Homeowners in the path of Irma took on plenty of storm preparations, from closing storm shutters to laying down sandbags. But according to Miami native and chief meteorologist John Morales, homeowners can do more to lessen the cost of future repairs, too.
Because storm impact windows are made with laminated glass—with an extra layer of polyvinyl butyral designed to catch debris—they provide excellent soundproofing, in addition to storm protection.
We deal with the repair and maintainment of your Impact Windows and Doors
Maintaining your Impact Windows has never been such an amazing experience. Our windows can take your home’s exterior up a notch and complement your home’s décor while keeping your loved ones safe. We carry a variety of windows—any of which provides top quality performance, protection, soundproof systems and appeal.
Within our services, if you’re looking to have customized windows installed, we’d be happy to do that for you as well. We can design find, repair and maintain the best products just as you call it.