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Hurricane Impact Windows Prices

 Florida's severe weather requires more from our windows and doors than any other part of the country, especially hurricane resistant windows and doors. To this end, Florida impact glass product standards and testing for hurricane rated windows and doors are the strongest in the country. At High Service Glass of Florida, we are professionals in supplying and installing top-rated impact windows.

How Much Does it Cost to Have an Impact Window Installed and Purchased?

Estimating the cost of installing and purchasing impact window depends on several factors, which includes window size, glass type, color, grid pattern, and decor.

The existence of various styles is also one major factor that influences the cost of installation. For example, PGT, a leading brand among hurricane manufacturer makes single-hung, double-hung, awning, horizontal roller (sliding/gliding), casement, picture (fixed), and architectural (fixed shapes).

Below is an in-depth look into the average cost of impact window installation, and also an overview of hurricane impact windows prices.

Style

Average Installation Cost

Hurricane Windows Cost and Prices

Single-hung

$130 - $325

$130 - $325

Double-hung

$145 - $340

$145 - $340

Casement/Awning

$155 - $390

$670 - $1,440

Sliding Glass Doors

$415 - $540

$1,700 - $2,100

Horizontal/Sliding

$140 - $340

$555 - $1,355

Picture/Fixed

$85 - $220

$230 - $1,650

Architectural Fixed

$115 - $390

$370 - $2,100

 

The price range greatly varies because the range of window sizes varies by window styles. 

Are Impact Windows a Good Investment?

Most Florida homeowners are fully aware of the brutality of the hurricane season. It's always a stressful time for homeowners as they rush to prepare for the storm. Sometimes, it takes some people multiple days to put all things in place to fend off the incoming storm. Impact window, sometimes referred to as hurricane windows, requires zero preparation and saves homeowners from any stress once they are installed. You don't need to wait till the last minute to mount shutters or fill up your home with plywood when you have an impact window.

In addition to impact windows resistant to hurricanes, they are also year-round protection that increases safety, reduces noise, intrusion resistance, better heat and cold insulator, and guarantees peace of mind. The abundance of its several long-term benefits makes it worth your investment. High Service Glass can help eradicate the stress that comes during the hurricane season with the installation of impact windows.

What Are The Best Rated Hurricane Impact Windows?

If you're in the market to search for hurricane impact windows, this is the right resource for you. We've handpicked our favorite brands of impact-resistant windows to protect your home from inclement weather and hurricane.

Explore these highly rated impact glass products to help you select the best impact windows for protecting your Florida home:

  • Andersen Stormwatch Coastal windows and doors
  • CGI Sentinel impact-resistant windows and doors
  • Kolbe impact certified windows and doors
  • Marvin Integrity windows and doors
  • PGT Winguard impact-resistant windows

You can further explore our selection of impact window to request a quote.

How Does It Work?

Due to the high price tag of impact windows, homeowners who are not familiar with the impact windows are left bewildered and ask – do hurricane impact windows work? Impact glass is a recent technology that has been verified as the safest home windshield. Impact glass exists in two types, which are shatter-resistant film windows and inner-membrane technology windows. The inner membrane technology remains the more popular option; however, both types of impact glass serve as resistant to high winds and dangerous rising atmospheric pressure.

These glasses are installed within durable aluminum frames, providing a sturdy barrier to the elements. Shattered resistant are constructed having a layer of film on both sides of the glass pane that effectively holds the glass inside in case it breaks. The inner membrane, just like the name, is made with a layer of polyvinyl butaryl (PVB) inside the two panes of glass, which acts as adhesive. 

Hurricane causes significant damages that can cost millions of dollars. Just one broken window can give way to the high outdoor pressures caused by the hurricane, leading to substantial internal damage and putting lives and valuables at risk. Your home is secured when protected with impact windows and doors. They can resist winds up to 200 mph, and High Service Glass will work with you hand-in-hand to install impact windows to increase your home appeal and safeguard it from dangerous weather conditions.

Hurricane Impact Windows Prices
High Service Glass Florida
(305) 231-4897
2450 W 80th St #1
Hialeah FL 33016 US

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