IMPACT WINDOWS | HURRICANE IMPACT WINDOWS
Impact windows in Palm Beach county are an important commodity. In fact, it cannot be understated. Purchasing impact windows for your Palm Beach home can feel like a huge endeavor. We understand you are on a budget and may or may not have a family to support. Hurricane Impact windows keep your family safe through out Palm Beach’s most treacherous storms. In addition, have you learned of the benefits of our hurricane impact windows? Here are some below.
BENEFITS OF IMPACT WINDOWS
Due to the fact that impact windows technology use thick, multi-layered hurricane resistant glass, they also keep your home well insulated. That means they keep the hot air out in the sweltering Palm Beach summer. And you guessed it, they keep the warm air in during the brief winter season. What this does, aside from ad to the comfort of your home is help you save drastically on your energy bill. To read more about energy savings, check out our page about it.
REAL ESTATE VALUE
Regardless if you are looking to sell or your home now or later, it is always a good idea to have it indexed at a higher value. The purchase of hurricane impact windows for your Palm Beach home is never a bad idea. Especially with our 100% financing options. See if you qualify!
Well this might be stating the obvious, but impact windows protect you and your family from hurricanes like no other. One of the biggest dangers during hurricanes, especially in Palm Beach are projectiles. Palm Beach hurricanes have the tendency to get so powerful, they can launch trees and other projectiles and hurl them into homes and automobiles. This turns the projectile into what can effectively be called a missile. To learn more about the missile test and how our Palm Beach impact windows make the cut, go to our hurricane protection page.
PALM BEACH HURRICANE SEASON
South Florida is the hurricane capital of the United States. Palm Beach’s hurricane season lasts about half of the calendar year and no other state has been devastated by as many hurricanes.
BEFORE IMPACT WINDOWS
Traditional methods of hurricane protection in Palm Beach included boarding up windows with plyboard and other materials. They offered very little protection and are a hassle to install and remove. Metal hurricane shutters offer more protection than plyboard but they are even more tedious to install and remove. Accordion shutters are fairly simple to use once in place but they still have to be installed and affect the look of a property. As a result, homes by the ocean in Palm Beach and Broward counties used to see devastating damages from even minor hurricanes and tropical storms. Bigger buildings and skyscrapers experienced similar fates. As hurricane impact windows have become more popular, the damages done to these structures have decreased. Although no hurricane should be taken lightly, only bigger storms are a concern to homeowners with hurricane impact windows installed.