We are proud to carry a full product line of PGT WinGuard Impact resistant and non-impact aluminum and vinyl windows and sliding glass doors. We offer a complete line of PGT products including single hung, picture windows, architectural shapes, casements, horizontal sliding, tilt windows, double hung windows and various Sliding Glass Doors. In a climate where air conditioning is needed much of the year, we offer many glass options including Low-E that reduce solar heat gain which in turn provides significant saving in energy bills.
Replacing your windows is one of the best improvements you can make to your home.
Living in a hurricane prone area, we understand the need for wind borne debris protection, and are excited to offer the PGT WinGuard impact resistant windows and sliding glass doors. These products meet and exceed Florida's most stringent code requirements for hurricane force winds and ensure that even after impact, the glass remains in the frame. These Impact products also provide year-round added security against intruders along with filtering out 99% of the UV light that enters your home causing fading to furniture and carpets. Feel free to browse the PGT Industries informative website..
TOP 10 REASONS TO SAFEGUARD YOUR HOME AGAINST HURRICANES BY MY SAFE FLORIDA HOME:
Energy Efficiency: Modern vinyl window frames offer excellent insulation from the outside temperatures in much the same way that insulation in your walls and attic shield you from outside temperatures. A combination of Vinyl frames and multi-glass designs provide further insulation to protect you from outside temperatures. Heat can also enter your home as solarenergy (RED infrared energy) from the sun as it beams through the glass in your windows.
LowE coatings applied to the glass reflect the infrared energy and stop the heat that you typically feel when you stand in front of a sunny window. The combination of vinyl insulation and LowE coatings will block up to 80% of heat penetration in your home. Your air conditioner will work less to keep your home cool, saving you up to 50% of your air conditioning bill.
NFRC RATINGS: For a quick, accurate way to compare the energy efficiency of windows and doors, check the National Fenestration Rating Council (NFRC) energy performance ratings. NFRC ratings helps you determine how well a product will help cool your home in the summer, warm it in the winter, keep out wind, and resist condensation. By using this information, you can reliably compare one product to another, while making informed decisions about which windows and doors to buy.
In 2005, the NFRC adopted a new energy performance label that lists the manufacturer, describes the product, provides a source for additional information, and includes ratings for one or more energy performance characteristics.
U-Factor: The U-Factor indicates how well a product prevents heat from escaping. The lower the U-Factor (U-Value), the greater a window’s resistance to heat flow and the better its insulating value.
Solar Heat Gain Coefficient: Solar Heat Gain Coefficient (SHGC) measures how well a product blocks heat caused by sunlight, and is expressed as a number between 0 and 1. The lower a window’s solar heat gain coefficient, the less solar heat it transmits in the house. Simply put: the lower the number, the more the glass blocks heat from the sun.
Visible Transmittance: Visible transmittance (VT) refers to how much visible light comes through a product. The VT is an optical property that indicates the amount of visible light transmitted, and is expressed as a number between 0 and 1. The higher the VT, the more light is transmitted; or, the higher the number, the better.
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