Deciding whether to change the existing windows for hurricane impact windows.
Brief explanation of the type of material is used within the laminated glass in hurricane impact windows.
Impact sliding glass doors and their respective track widths are important design factors to consider when professionally installing new impact doors in existing buildings.
Key information about building permit requirements for installing impact windows in Florida.
Commercial impact-resistant storefront windows are now very commonly used in the residential applications.
A video providing an explanation about door threshold heights and existing building conditions when installing impact-resistant doors.
An illustrative explanation of fall protection guidelines and egress requirements when replacing existing windows for hurricane impact windows in Florida.
Important installation details about properly anchoring hurricane impact windows to existing rounded steel posts in bay windows.
A list of permit fees typically paid in a number of municipalities in Miami, including Coral Gables, Pinecrest, Miami Beach, Palmetto Bay.
A brief explanation of two approved methods for calculating energy consumption rates in building structures when installing impact windows and doors.
United States House of Representatives passes Home Star Bill, directly affecting the impact windows industry.
An explanation of glass condensation (water dripping down) in the inside of your home after you install hurricane impact windows.
Illustrative video about how the laminated glass shutters on impact windows and doors.
How to protect yourself from products wrongfully claiming hurricane protection.
Key stats about the average energy consumption rate per home equipment or device category in the typical United States household.
Important clarification about window films and how they are not approved for hurricane protection.
Key energy efficient values and how they apply to the installation of hurricane impact windows.
What the wind-borne debris region means for impact windows and hurricane protection.
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