High-end Impact Windows vs. Regular Glass

When it comes to windows, homeowners have a wide range of options available to them. However, those who live in areas prone to hurricanes, strong winds, or other severe weather conditions may want to consider installing high-end impact windows. While regular glass windows can shatter easily and pose a danger to the occupants of a home during extreme weather events, impact windows are designed to withstand high winds, debris, and other impacts, keeping the occupants and property safe.

Discover the superior protection

Impact windows are an excellent choice for providing extra security and damage protection. The unique construction of combining multiple layers of glass with a strong bonding agent creates superior strength, making them significantly more difficult to penetrate than standard windows. For even greater resilience against breakage or intrusion, high-end impact windows come equipped with thicker layers of glass and additional PVB creating robust defense systems you can depend on.

One of the main benefits of high-end impact windows is their ability to withstand extreme weather conditions. In areas like Palm Beach County where severe weather events are common, impact windows can provide invaluable protection against flying debris and other hazards. They are also more resistant to break-ins, making them a great choice for homeowners concerned about home security.

In terms of aesthetics, high-end impact windows can be just as stylish as regular glass windows. They are available in a wide range of colors, styles, and finishes, making it easy to find a window that complements the look of a home. Overall, while regular glass windows may be suitable for some homes, high-end impact windows offer superior protection against extreme weather conditions, break-ins, and noise. They are also more energy-efficient and can increase the value of a home. At Mpact Windows & Doors, we offer a range of high-quality impact windows to suit any home and budget.

If you live in an area prone to severe weather or want to improve the safety and security of your home, contact us today to learn more about our impact window options.