Not only do our high quality Impact Doors and Windows give you superior energy efficiency and safety but they also provide sound dampening to keep you home quiet.
Glass is highly conductive, it allows the searing summer heat to pass easily into the air-conditioned space. This can add a significant additional load to your air conditioner adding hundreds of dollars to your electric bill.
Two ways stop radiated heat energy is to absorb it or to reflect it. Tinted glass adsorbs the outside heat and then disperses it into the air-conditioned space. Low-E glass reflects radiated heat energy away from the window.
Discover the difference South Florida impact windows can make in your home.
Premium Window Products at Affordable Prices
You can count on The Window Experts to help make your home stand out in your neighborhood. We are focused on quality work at a good value for our clients and are fully insured.
We have high quality windows that reduce their air-conditioning costs 30 to 60%, maximize hurricane protection, and provide home security, beautification and come with Life Time Warrantees. These windows can save you so much in air-conditioning costs, they pay for themselves. High quality, Non-Impact, Energy Efficient windows are also available.
Our team can offer expert advice and help you select a design scheme that reflects your personality and accentuates the positive features of your home.
Featuring installers with industry leading experience and a vast product line, we provide beautiful glass for every part of your home
Trust a local company with a long term track record. We’ve been in business for more than 25 years by consistently providing excellent products & service
The team at Florida Window Experts provide options from many different manufacturers so we can always get the perfect selection for your home.
What Our Customers Have Shared
“To the staff at Window Experts, I thank you all for an outstanding experience doing business with you!! True professionals from sales to ownership to office staff and of course the installers.”
Jim B - Boynton Beach
“Thanks for working with us to get the windows that were best for our house. Joe and his crew worked hard and well to do a great installation. Having the house protected from strong winds will give us welcomed comfort, especially when we are 1500 miles from West Palm Beach.”
Tom and Nancy B - West Palm Beach
I just wanted to thank you and your company for the excellent product and service you have provided us. In this era of cheap materials and planned obsolescence, is refreshing to find a product that actually lives up to the quality and workmanship as promised; they are so far above the average window available today, I couldn’t be happier. More important than the quality of the product, however, is the quality of the company which provides and installs it, and you have been exceptional before, during, and (when needed) even after the installation. Your obvious concern for the needs and satisfaction of your customers is exemplary, Your office staff, your installation team, and you personally all reflect the care and consideration that is so often lacking in today’s hurry-up economy. Thank you for a job well done!
Joel S - Boca Raton
“I can’t thank you enough for facilitating the sign off on the window and concrete permit. You did an incredible job of following through with a totally inept City Hall..”
Melody - PhD, Boca Raton
“I want to thank you for a wonderful job. I have had 6 other contractors here over the last 2 years and you are the only one who did exactly what you promised, when you said you would.”
Lynn & Allan, Palm Beach Gardens
“I just wanted to tell you what a good job your guys did for us. They got all the window install very quickly, cleaned up each day never leaving any debris over night.
The Simonton Sliding windows are awesome. The house is so quiet and comfortable. I stood by the window that used to be really hot in the afternoon, all I felt was the air-conditioning.”
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