Discerning homeowners don’t merely want impact windows that might – possibly – protect them from hurricane-force winds and flying debris. They want to be absolutely certain that their windows can withstand even the most violent weather, not to mention attempted break-ins and other potential hazards.
SoftLite’s impact windows remove any doubt. These rugged, heavy-duty windows easily passed every durability test, including the rigorous Large Missile Impact Level “D” test. That means they can withstand sustained winds of 140 mph, and gusts of up to 212 mph. These windows have also achieved HVHZ certification, which means they are tested and approved for high-velocity hurricane zones. Even if you don’t live in an area where such strong winds are common, knowing that your SoftLite impact windows could stand up to that kind of destructive force tells you that these windows are built to last.
Here are just a few of the important, innovative features of these top-of-the-line impact windows:
In addition to remaining intact in the midst of a violent storm, our impact windows provide protection against intrusion. A nearly impenetrable PVB interlayer prevents shattering even in the face of the most aggressive of blows with a sharp or blunt object. SoftLite is proud to be the exclusive window sponsor of the National Crime Prevention Council and McGruff the Crime Dog®.
Since 1934, homeowners have relied on SoftLite’s ability to manufacture the most reliable, durable, and high-performing windows in the industry. If you would like to learn more about the benefits of installing our beautiful and tough impact windows, contact a dealer near you.
Windows are a focal point for exterior design, energy efficiency, and even resale value. That said, you want them to always look and perform their best. One of the best ways to save dollars down the line is to properly clean and maintain your windows. Ultimately, proper window maintenance can lengthen material lifespan, improve energy efficiency, and even highlight exterior and interior design. Here’s how we recommend cleaning and maintaining your windows.