Hurricane Windows for Your House in Venice, FL, from NewSouth Window Solutions
Hurricane windows from NewSouth Window Solutions are a superior choice for homeowners in Venice, Florida, that are looking to protect their homes from extreme tropical weather. Whether you live near the water or just like to be prepared for the possibility of inclement weather, our iVantage line of impact-rated windows is unparalleled at providing protection from violent storms. Our hurricane windows are exceptionally strong, thanks in part to their heavy-gauge vinyl frames, which are fusion-welded at 12 separate points and specially beveled in order to provide maximum structural integrity. Beyond having super strong frames, our windows also feature laminated, double-paned glass that is rated to withstand high speed collisions with flying debris. In fact, our hurricane windows can even endure wind speeds of up to 200 mph, faster than can be found in all but the most violent hurricanes.
In addition to being supremely durable, our hurricane windows are also highly energy-efficient. While extreme storms may only happen on occasion in Florida, more of than not it’s swelteringly hot, so energy efficiency is an important factor for our windows as well. In order to prevent heat transfer and keep your home’s cooling bills at a minimum, our windows incorporate some of the latest heat-blocking features on the market, including:
- Cardinal 366 LoE3 low-emissivity glass with a coating that reflects away radiant heat and protects your home from ultraviolet radiation
- Argon gas fill in between the panes that acts as an inert barrier to conductive heat
- Dual weather stripping and vacuum-sealed sashes to prevent air and water infiltration
- Foam-enhanced frames to confer added insulation
- Advanced warm edge spacer technology to avoid heat gain or loss
- And more
For additional information about our energy-efficient and durable hurricane windows, or to learn about how you can purchase them for your home in Venice, FL, contact NewSouth Window Solutions today.