- Fully weather-stripped
- Oriel sash options
- Large and small missile impact
- Anodized, painted or wood grain finishes available
- Window comes with a standard screen
- Approved by all Homeowners Associations
- Meets Miami-Dade NOA’s
- ES Windows
- Custom Windows
- Eco Windows
- Solarban 70
- Argon Gas (Insulating Glass)
- Ogee Muntins
- Flat Muntins
Sliding Doors open horizontally by sliding across a track, usually parallel to a wall, rather than turning on hinges. Available in 2 panels all the way to 8 panels. They are an ideal solution for an entrance to a backyard or patio area, allowing for optimal lighting and expansive views. Sliding glass doors have multi-panel configurations that accommodate carious sill riser heights.
Choose from standard or heavy-duty box screens with either premium insulating or privacy glass options. It also has Argon Gas and high-performance Low-E thermal enhancements options for optimized energy efficiency.
If you’ve noticed that it’s difficult to open or close your door effectively, then you may need an entry door replacement. Over time, doors may be subject to regular wear-and-tear, especially if you use your front door frequently. Doors may also be susceptible to air leaks, which can wreak havoc on your energy costs. When mother nature takes its toll on your front door, it’s important to get ahead of it. Maximize your hurricane protection and security by installing hurricane impact doors.
If your door has dings, dents, cracks, water damage, rust, or other damages, then your door may be compromised. Intruders may see your damaged door as an easy opportunity for a future break-in since damaged doors are vulnerable to future damages. This can also cause air leaks, making your door less energy-efficient and causing you to pay more in energy costs. Make your home safer and more secure by having your door replaced with a hurricane impact door.
Aside from the energy-efficiency and home security concerns, having a door that looks presentable is a significant factor. Beyond your roof and landscaping, your front door is the first thing that people will see when visiting your home. Even if you use your garage door more frequently than your front door to enter your home, you must maintain the upkeep of your home’s exterior.
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