High-Rise Impact Windows & Doors
High-Rise buildings and Condominiums often adhere to strict rules and regulations when replacing windows and doors. As a licensed general contractor, we are very knowledgeable about these requirements and are equipped to work within these parameters.
When choosing impact windows and doors for your high-rise or condominium it is important to focus on materials, efficiency, design, and value. Replacing outdated or broken windows and doors will improve the visual appeal of your building, but more importantly, will shield you from outside noise, break-ins, UV rays and excessive energy bills.
High-rise buildings in Florida are a natural target for strong wind gusts – especially along the coast. Impact hurricane windows and doors provide the strength needed to absorb shock without breaking. With a double-glazed pane and strong frames made of aluminum or vinyl, they are more aesthetically pleasing than storm shutters while offering year round resistance to flying debris or subsequent damage that may result come with high winds.
French Doors feature solid or divided glass surrounded by an outside frame, where the glass panes constitute all or nearly all of its surface area. While French Doors traditionally consist of two hinged door panels that swing in or out and lock in the middle, one panel French Door options are available. French Doors provide an open airy feeling by allowing natural light to pass through, but can also offer privacy when tinted or tempered glass options are selected.
Sliding Glass Doors
A Sliding Glass Door unit consists of upper and lower tracks fitted with one or more glass door panels that move horizontally. Sliding Glass Doors can be installed in multi-panel, by-pass or pocket configurations. Corner configurations that transform indoor living spaces into unique indoor / outdoor areas are also available.
Impact windows lower energy costs, reduce noise, filter out 99% of UV rays that cause fading to drapes and furniture, as well as provide 24/7 intruder and hurricane protection. Our windows are available with aluminum and vinyl window frames, non-impact and impact-resistant glass, and many other options to meet your needs.
Storefront windows are commonly used in high-rise ground-floor and high-rise applications where performance is focused on protecting the building interior, its occupants and contents from the elements by forming a barrier against wind, moisture, and temperature. Storefronts are frequently integrated with entrances.
Casement / Projection Out Windows
Casement Windows offer a sophisticated design with maximum ventilation and uninterrupted vertical views. This single-panel window is hinged on the right- or left-hand side and can be opened by turning a handle. When opened, the panel swings outward (similar to a door) to allow air in.
Fixed Glass / Picture Windows
Picture Windows can be used as a stand alone or companion window to add visual interest or capture a view. These windows are fixed (non-operable) and typically let in the maximum amount of light, as they tend to be the largest window installed. Picture Windows are often complemented by an architectural-style window above or casement, single-hung or double-hung windows on each side. Picture Windows may also come in a variety of shapes such as square, rectangle, half round, quarter round, circle, oval, elliptical, octagon, hexagon, trapezoid, eyebrow, triangle and peak pentagon.
Horizontal Roller Windows
A Horizontal Roller is a versatile window with sashes positioned side by side with a slight overlap. Tracks are built into the top and bottom of the frame to allow the window to be opened and closed horizontally. Horizontal Rollers offer 2- and 3-lite configurations (where one or two panels may open), and many feature removable operating panels for easy cleaning. The Horizontal Roller allows for an uninterrupted vertical view and significant airflow.
Single Hung Windows
A Single-Hung Window is a classic style that features a movable bottom sash (or panel) that slides open and closed vertically, while the top sash stays stationary. The moveable bottom sash also tilts inward for easy cleaning of the exterior pane. Single-Hung Windows allow a significant amount of natural light into the home and provide a wide opening which offers maximum ventilation. This traditional window is found in many homes today.