If you’re thinking about making the switch from storm shutters to impact-resistant glass windows or hurricane-safe doors, it’s important to do your research.
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Florida has it all— beaches, sunshine and beautiful weather year-round. But along with that beautiful weather, our southern state also brings with it tropical storms and hurricanes.
As a homeowner in SWFL, you have two choices when it comes to protecting your windows during storm season: hurricane shutters and impact windows.
As a Floridian, you know how important it is to protect your home during a hurricane.
You’ve probably heard Floridians talk about their hurricane windows and how strong they are. These impact windows were designed to withstand high winds, blunt force objects, hailstones— you name it.
But how strong is impact glass, really?
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If you’ve recently moved into a new home in Florida or are just examining your windows for their storm rating for the first time, you’re in the right place.
In this post, we’re going to share five easy ways to discover if your current windows are hurricane-resistant. We’ll even tell you how to find out what level rating they are, to guarantee they’re strong enough to withstand the storm conditions in your area.