Miami-Dade is known to have the most strict approval codes for hurricane-resistant impact windows and doors. Unlike many of our competitors who claim their products meet Miami-Dade code standards when very few do, all of our windows and doors are Miami-Dade County and State of Florida approved.
By installing Naples Impact Windows the value of your property increases immediately. The addition of high-quality impact windows and doors from Naples Impact is an investment in your property that pays for itself.
Naples Impact Windows is proud to offer fast turnaround times with outstanding project management. Our delivery times are kept to a minimum without sacrificing quality of work or service depending on the season of the year. With that said, Naples Impact Windows delivery times range 8-10 weeks [December-February] 10-14 weeks [May-November] for impact windows and doors. For Accordion shutters 1.5 week.
Yes, we will gladly make free estimates of your windows and/or doors windows and doors. One of our specialist will discuss your replacement options to fit your style and budget.
If the entire home is protected with Naples Impact Windows, policy holders can receive up to 25% in insurance premium discounts. In most cases discounts range between 10-20%. Check with your insurance carrier to obtain more information about how you can receive discounts on your insurance premiums by protecting your home with Naples Impact Windows.
No, never. The so-called vinyl windows and doors do not have the quality or structure and strength of aluminum. For this reason building builders never use vinyl or plastic windows in buildings where the force requirements of winds and impacts are higher than those of a house. In addition, the anchors that are made with the screws do not accept the pressure that it must have to withstand Category 5 hurricane winds.
During the window and door installation, the security system will be detached from the window frame. We will leave the wires exposed; you need an alarm company to reattach your alarm system.