The characteristics of hurricane impact aluminum windows for Caribbean
The glass on our hurricane impact aluminum windows is made of high-quality tempered glass, which is four times stronger than regular glass. A layer of polyvinyl butyral, or PVB,usually 1.52 mm/ 2.28 mm thickness,is sandwiched in between two separate panes, we called it laminated glass,giving the window flexibility and strength. In addition, should the glass be punctured, the PVB will ensure the glass does not shatter into many pieces.
A strong frame:
While the glass occupy a larger area of hurricane impact aluminum windows, the frame also contributes a lot. A weak structure is easy to deform during a storm. When bend to a certain extent,the glass will break.Then, the air from the outside would enter your home and cause severe damage. Aoland standard aluminum windows save you from this. Because of the strength of commercial system window frames, they are unlikely to break.
Most hurricanes bring heavy rain.Your home have the possibility of water damage, which isn’t easy to repair. The walls and floor will grow and thrive mold. After a storm, mold removal could cause you thousands of dollars.
A qualified aluminum windows will have a good drainage system,the sill surface including at least two laterally spaced drain apertures to permit the passage of water into hollow portions of the sill to provide drainage for the sill surface.
Even the most complex bi fold door type,our engineer upgraded for better water drainage.
Hurricane prone areas are generally close to the sea, especially in the Caribbean, where there are many islands.Which requires the surface treatment of aluminum windows to be corrosion-resistant. Our factory use 15 years warranty interpon powder coat,and a variety of colors are available.
Aoland Hurricane impact aluminum windows do more than just protect you from storms,they can provide you a wonderful life. You can read more here about the impact
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