Official Hurricane Window and Door Partner of FAU Athletics

Official Partner of FAU Ath.

925 S. Congress Avenue

Delray Beach, FL 33445

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FAQ

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Impact resistant windows are best for your home in South Florida; although a beautiful place to live, South Florida is also susceptible to hurricanes and intense tropical storms. People no longer use plywood and other materials to protect their homes when a hurricane is approaching. It’s much more practical and far safer to install high-impact hurricane windows. There are many different styles because no home or business is the same. With different sized windows and doors, a window that is best for one home may not be the best for another. At A-Christian Glass, we specialize in designing and installing high-impact hurricane windows for custom-tailored homes or offices. Whether you live in a small home or have a large business, our professionals can help design the perfect windows and doors for your home. When you live in South Florida, protecting your home with sturdy hurricane windows and doors is a necessity. At A-Christian Glass we have many different styles when it comes to choosing impact windows. Slider windows are one popular choice when it comes to windows for your home. These windows are popular because they are very sturdy and can also be opened and closed by rolling them on a frame. This makes them perfect to use for when the weather is nice, giving you the option of opening the windows but also giving you protection and peace of mind if a hurricane hits. For those windows in which you can’t reach or won’t open, it may be practical to get fixed glass windows. These windows can’t be opened, but for certain areas, they are the ideal solution.

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