The Only Way to Protect Your Home From Hurricanes
At Miami Windows, we provide you with a seamless process from start to finish. We begin by scheduling an appointment through a quick call or online form submission. At your free in-home appointment, our experienced project consultant will take precise measurements, showcase samples, and guide you through the entire process. Once you’re ready to move forward, our installers will come for the project installation. All our work is covered by transferable warranties for both materials and labor.
Whether you have inquiries about our window designs, wish to schedule a consultation, or simply seek expert advice, our team is here to assist you. Fill out the form below with your details, and we’ll promptly respond to your queries. For a more direct connection, our contact numbers and emails are also provided, ensuring that your journey to elevate your space with Miami Windows is seamless and supported every step of the way. Your satisfaction is our priority, and we look forward to hearing from you soon.
Protect Your Home With Durable Windows
We only use the highest quality materials for our window installation services. Our products are durable, highly recommended, energy efficient, and designed to enhance the look and feel of your property, all while protecting your home from the Miami hurricane season. We are the best provider in South Florida to upgrade your home to Hurricane Impact Resistant Windows and Doors.
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Impact-resistant hurricane windows are specially designed windows that can withstand strong winds and debris during a hurricane. They provide protection for homes in storm-prone areas. Hurricane windows are designed to be energy-efficient, providing both storm protection and insulation to improve energy efficiency in homes.
Impact glass windows are a permanent solution providing continuous protection, while hurricane shutters are removable. Impact windows also offer benefits such as noise reduction and UV protection.
Contact Miami Windows today to schedule your free in-home consultation by giving us a call or filling out our contact form. We’ll answer all your questions, explain the different options available, and provide a detailed estimate tailored to your specific needs. Don’t wait to protect your home with the peace of mind and beauty of hurricane windows from Miami Windows!
Florida is known for its susceptibility to hurricanes and strong tropical storms. However, if your home is not located within one mile of the coast or in an HVHZ, you are not required to have hurricane windows or shutters. However, it is still a good idea to consider installing them for added protection.
- Insurance discounts: Many insurance companies offer discounts on homeowner’s insurance for houses with hurricane windows. This can significantly offset the upfront cost of installation.
- Energy efficiency: Many hurricane windows come with energy-efficient features, such as double or triple glazing and Low-E coatings, which can help you save money on your energy bills over time.
- Increased home value: Homes with hurricane windows are generally more attractive to potential buyers, as they offer added protection and security. This can lead to a higher resale value in the future.
- Increased safety: Hurricane windows can withstand winds well beyond the limits of regular windows, protecting you and your family from flying debris and potential injury during storms.
- Reduced property damage: Broken windows are a common entry point for wind and rain, leading to extensive water damage and structural compromise. Hurricane windows can prevent this, saving you money and stress in the long run.
- Peace of mind: Knowing your home is well-protected against hurricanes can provide significant peace of mind during the storm season. This can be especially valuable for residents in high-risk areas.
While hurricane windows are incredibly strong and designed to withstand high winds and flying debris, they are not designed to stop bullets. In fact, depending on the caliber and type of bullet, it could potentially penetrate the window.