Impact Windows from NewSouth Window Solutions Can Protect Your Home in Melbourne, FL
At NewSouth Window Solutions, we proudly create impact windows capable of protecting your Melbourne, Florida, home from the worst ravages of our state’s tropical weather. Our iVantage impact window line is designed to be as durable as possible, incorporating advanced features and premium materials to ensure that there are no weak points anywhere in the design. For example, our windows’ frames are made of heavy duty vinyl that is reinforced and fusion-welded at twelve separate points for maximum structural integrity. This vinyl construction also means that our impact windows are corrosion-resistant, and will not warp, crack, rot, or otherwise decay, even after long periods of exposure to harsh weather.
Additional Window Features & Benefits
In addition to possessing tough frames, our impact windows also boast exceptionally resilient impact-resistant glass. Our double-paned laminated glass can withstand wind speeds of over 200 mph, faster than all but the most powerful hurricanes, and is designed to endure direct hits from flying debris. Our windows also incorporate multiple layers of weather stripping and vacuum-sealed sashes, allowing them to prevent air and water infiltration and further protect your home.
Best of all, you can count on our impact windows to provide much more than excellent insulation. Our window products are also:
- Energy efficient – Our windows incorporate multiple energy efficient features such as foam insulated frames and low emissivity glass to help keep your home’s internal temperature stable and allow to you cut back on your monthly energy costs.
- Affordable – Since we build all of our windows in-state, we can offer them at reduced, factory-direct prices.
- Protected – We back all of our window solutions with an excellent non-prorated, lifetime transferable warranty that covers both the window and installation.
To learn more about the impact windows we offer in Melbourne, FL, contact NewSouth Window Solutions today.