South Florida's Premier Source for Impact Windows
Benefits of Impact Windows
- Savings - Huge Savings on not only energy costs but home insurance costs as well
- Safety - Impact windows offer defense and protection from storms as well as unwanted vandals and burglars
- Noise Reduction - The thick laminated glass of impact windows acts as a barrier to reduce outdoor noise
- Value - Homes offering impact windows demand a higher resale price
- Curb Appeal - Impact windows update the look of your home and create an instant aesthetic upgrade
Guaranteed Quality - Made in the USA
At Loxahatchee Door and Window, our high volume allows us to offer the best quality impact windows for the lowest price. We work with only the most reputable and qualified US manufacturers in the industry.
We have developed strong partnerships with our impact resistant window suppliers and purchase within our local community. Our goal is to provide our clients with the best quality service, pricing and products in all of South Florida.
If you're looking for the best supplier and installer of hurricane windows and impact resistant doors, you've come to the right place! Serving all of Palm Beach, Dade, Broward, Martin and St Lucie counties.
Are Impact Windows Really that Important?
Preparing for hurricanes is practically a way of life for our team at Loxahatchee Door and Window, as well as the rest of South Floridians. Without hurricane resistant windows and doors installed, the typical routine goes like this:
- Board up your home with clunky heavy plywood
- Stock up on batteries, canned goods, water and other supplies
- Wait for the storm to pass while sitting in the dark, hot house
Sound Familiar? Now, before you continue reading – stop and consider this. Before the next hurricane season is upon us, without impact windows, do you truly feel protected with your home’s current window and door situation? If you said no, contact us today! We work with the most advanced engineered systems to ensure superior quality and the best product function with the highest ratings of energy efficiency, noise reduction and protection.
Several Types of Impact Windows to Choose From
These impact resistant sliding windows are common in many houses in South Florida, and my even be required by your local building department as a means of escape in bedrooms. They operate the same way as a single or double hung, only on a different axis.
Bay impact windows can offer homeowners a great deal of advantages including natural lighting and added space. A bay window has three openings, available in angled projections. The overall structure consists of a picture window with two other windows, usually smaller, on either side.
Single-hung Impact Windows are constructed with commercial-grade aluminum or vinyl frames. With even sight-lines, water and air resistant captured bottom rail, stainless steel fasteners and weatherstripping. These windows maintain the stylish look of a traditional single-hung window.
Casement windows are possibly the most secure window type. There can be single pane or double-pane and each has the option to open from different directions, much like a door. For example, the windows can swing outward from the left or right side.
The double hung is our best seller and is suited for all architectural styles. A double-hung impact window provides a classic appearance in any home. Beneath its traditional appearance, this low maintenance window is hard at work providing durable, energy efficient performance.
Our awning windows perfectly compliment the simplicity of modern design while providing maximum view and ventilation. Cherished for their clean, uncluttered views and their ease of operation – opening and closing with the turn of one easy to reach handle, these windows offer a hinge on the top are are often used in bathrooms.
At first glance, bow impact windows and bay impact windows can look a lot alike. Both will do much to open up a room and let it breathe. The difference is a bay window has three openings, available in angled projections. A bow window usually has four or five windows also angled away from the home.
Architectural impact windows are a stylish addition to your home. These windows can be made in a variety of styles, but usually are found to be circles, triangles, trapezoids or arches. Their use with other window styles makes for a stunning focal point to any home's curb appeal.