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The Gulf Coast is no stranger to inclement weather, and Beaumont homeowners are always at risk during hurricane season. Window World of Beaumont’s Hurricane Impact Windows are engineered to protect you and your family during the harshest weather conditions.
With hurricane impact windows from Window World of Beaumont, you can rest easy knowing you’re protected. Our precision-engineered windows have been thoroughly tested and comply with the coast’s strict building codes. Additional benefits include:
Choose from these color options to beautifully complement the style of your home – inside and out.
Color options may vary based on package, dimensions and more.
Your windows are a major factor in your home’s energy efficiency. Learn about the energy-efficient features our windows are equipped with here.
All Window World hurricane impact windows are installed by our team of factory trained specialists.
Hurricane windows are built to withstand severe weather and storms. These windows mitigate water damage, the impact of high speed winds, and damages from flying debris.
To the average observer, it might be hard to tell if you have impact resistant windows. The tell-tale signs can often be found on the glass panes themselves.
Hurricane windows from Window World are built to withstand the impact of category 5 storms with wind speeds exceeding 155mph.
According to tax laws passed as part of the Bipartisan Budget Act in 2018, upgrades to homes and businesses which improve energy efficiency can be eligible for tax credits. The IRS explicitly includes replacement windows which meet Energy Star standards for energy efficiency as a qualifying upgrade.
Window World impact windows can be opened from by sliding either the top or bottom window sash.
Yes, hurricane windows can add value to your home in addition to potentially cutting down on insurance and energy costs.
Both products mitigate damage from storms on their own, but for optimal damage protection, we recommend using hurricane windows and shutters together.
If you live in an area prone to hurricanes, Window World recommends installing both hurricane windows and hurricane shutters to protect your home during storms.
Yes. Window World of Beaumont’s Hurricane Windows are rigorously tested for air infiltration levels and water resistance, and must meet or exceed ASTM performance standards.
Because hurricane windows are made out of stronger materials, their initial cost can be more than standard replacement windows.
Window World of Beaumont’s Impact Windows are not only energy efficient but durable as well. They are equipped with a reinforced frame and thick heavy-duty glass to withstand harsh weather and impact-likely environments.