While we are not currently in hurricane season, protecting your building for next season might be on your mind. This is why there is no better time to install impact resistant windows in your condo, high rise, or commercial building. The Atlantic hurricane season runs from June 1 to November 30 each year, and EGS International is here to deliver the impact glass Miami can rely on. The following are just some of the reasons why you should call us today to order your hurricane proof windows.
Protection From Storms
Perhaps the most obvious and crucial role of high impact glass is to protect buildings from hurricanes. Our products at EGS can stand up to a category 5 storm, preserving the building and contents. This can allow residents to take refuge from storms and feel protected from wind and flying debris.
Just as the glass keeps wind and objects out, it can also keep climate controlled air inside. You will likely see your energy bills go down when you install impact windows. The residents of your building may also feel more comfortable during hot days.
High impact windows and doors are stronger, making it more difficult for intruders to enter the building. Paired with a high quality security system, you can rest assured that your building can be as secure as possible.
Whether you own an office building or a residential community, impact windows can provide noise reduction in populated areas. This can be a perk for those inside, making it easier to work and relax. Especially if you operate in an area with active nightlife, this feature can be useful.
When the time comes for you to sell your residential or commercial building, these high quality products can raise its resale value. This is especially true if they were installed recently.
When it comes to installing hurricane windows and doors, EGS International provides the impact glass Miami trusts. We know that you want to protect your buildings from all of Florida’s weather, and we are here to help. Contact us today about your impact glass needs so we can get the process started.