Quality Hurricane Windows
At Assured Storm Protection, our high volume allows us to offer very reasonably priced hurricane impact windows from the top U.S. manufacturers as well as ES Windows. We focus on impact window quality, longevity, and style, and only deal with suppliers who exceed our strict standards.
We supply and install hurricane windows and impact resistant doors to the South Florida marketplace (commercial and residential including high-rises).
Our goal is to provide our clients with windows that will outperform the competition through superior strength, durability, reliability, and cosmetic appeal.
COVID-Safe Impact Window Consultations
We are committed to keeping you and your family safe, and that commitment extends far beyond your hurricane preparedness. We offer full product demonstrations online. When our team comes to measure your home, we take all measurements on the exterior of your home, while wearing PPE such as Masks, Gloves, as well as hand sanitizer.
To see one of our prerecorded product demonstrations, please click on the video on the left side of this text.
Why choose us for Impact Windows?
Trusted Hurricane Service Provider for over 30 years
Endless Options with 6 Impact Window Suppliers
When choosing impact resistant windows for your home, it is important to know that all brands that have passed Florida Building HVHZ codes and Miami-Dade requirements are acceptable for use and will help protect you in the event of a storm. Each impact hurricane window is given a pass or fail grade after being tested with a negative and positive pressure.
All the hurricane window we install meet the most stringent code requirements for hurricane-force winds and flying debris. Hurricane protection is just one of the advantages; impact glass does so much more for your home, your family and your belongings.
Impact windows help provide year-round security against thieves and intruders and dramatically reduce outdoor noise and filter out 99% of the UV light that enters your home and causes fading. When combined with insulating glass you have energy efficient windows that can significantly reduce cooling and heating costs. It’s continuous, 24/7 protection.
The major difference among impact windows and those who supply them are the options available, design style, and the finish. For example, our options include Insulated Laminated Glass, Low E, Argon Gas, Vinyl Frame, and the new SentryGlass Plus Interlayer (SGP).
How are hurricane windows made?
Impact glass (also called laminated glass) is made by placing a piece of Polyvinyl Butral (PVB) between two panes of glass.
Impact glass is constructed of glass similar to the safety glass used in car windshields. In the case of impact, the glass will still break; however, it is held in place by the PVB and stops the objects from penetrating. This construction is extremely difficult to break through and keeps your home closed and safe in the case of a hurricane.
All of our suppliers use Cardinal Glass due to their dependability and proven effectiveness. Even PGT uses up to 25% of their glass from Cardinal (with the rest being produced in house).