Why You Need Hurricane Impact Windows on Your Crestview, FL, Home
If you’ve lived in Crestview, Florida, for any length of time, you know how rough the weather can get during hurricane season. Even a category 1 hurricane can knock down trees and send broken branches flying. You may be required to have hurricane impact windows installed on your home—check with your local building code enforcement agency. We at MaxHome are here to help.
What Makes Hurricane Impact Windows Different?
There are several differences between standard windows and hurricane impact windows, including:
- Hurricane impact windows are more strongly secured to your house. This keeps them from blowing off with strong winds.
- Hurricane impact windows are engineered with a special polymer layer. It keeps the glass in its frame, even if the window is impacted with enough force to break it.
- Hurricane impact windows have heavy-duty frames and sashes. They’re precision-mitered and fusion-welded so they can withstand high wind speeds.
Other benefits of hurricane impact windows are their ENERGY STAR® rating, their resistance to forced entry, and their noise reduction. Their laminated glass filters out 99% of ultraviolet light, which can fade your carpet, rugs, and furniture over time. Our hurricane impact MaxForce and MaxStorm windows are also easy to clean with tilt-in sashes. They’re even easy to maintain since their vinyl-coated frames only need to be pressure washed once or twice a year to stay beautiful.
The MaxHome Difference
When Crestview, FL, residents like you come along, we have one singular mission: to make you MaxHappy. It’s a combination of joy, glee, jubilance, and optimism that we want all our customers to feel after partnering with us to beautify and secure their homes. We have a list of 20,000 MaxHappy customers, and we’re looking forward to putting your name on that list. Contact us today to schedule a free, no-obligation consultation about hurricane impact windows.