South Florida and The Gulf Coast’s
Source for Hurricane Windows & Doors
Welcome to Storm Tight Windows, South Florida and The Gulf Coast’s #1 provider of impact resistant windows and impact resistant doors. We pride ourselves on offering the finest quality of impact window and door at the best price with unparalleled customer service!
How do we do this? We manufacture all of our own replacement windows and doors so you have the benefit of purchasing your products factory direct. This reduces the need for “middleman” markups which means a better quality product at a better price for you!
Energy Efficient Impact Windows and Doors
Our professional engineers have not only designed impact resistant windows and doors that will protect your home from hurricanes and tropical storms, but our products are also designed to be as energy efficient as possible. Your investment will soon pay for itself just from the savings on your monthly FPL bills. Our clients tell us that with their new replacement windows and doors from Storm Tight they are saving as much as much as 40% on their energy bills each month!
Hurricane Resistant Windows and Doors – Added Benefits
Your new impact windows and impact doors from Storm Tight Windows go beyond protecting you and your family from the storm. Here are just a few of the added benefits that come from adding hurricane resistant windows and doors to your property:
- 24-hour Hurricane and Storm Protection
- 24-hour Protection from Home Invasion
- Improved Property Values
- Improved Energy Efficiency
- Insurance Discounts
- Noise Reduction
- UV Protection
Your Trusted Choice for Hurricane Windows and Impact Resistant Doors
No matter where you live in South Florida or The Gulf Coast, you can count on Storm Tight Windows to provide you and your family with the best hurricane windows and doors on the market today. Call us now or fill out our Free quote form and let us provide you with a Free in-home estimate today!
2014 Hurricane Season
The official start of the 2014 hurricane season in Florida is June 1st and will last until November 30th. Last year on December 13th experts met at the University College of London to discuss the upcoming hurricane seasons forecast. This public consortium of experts have predicted that we will have a slightly higher than average storm season.
According to the consortium of weather experts South Floridians should be prepared for 14 named storms 6 of which will become hurricanes and possibly 3 becoming major hurricanes. The forecast was based on a slightly higher than average sea surface temperatures.
Storm names that will be used this season are from the same list used in 2008 with retired storm names removed and replaced with new ones.
And the names are…Arthur, Bertha, Cristobal, Dolly, Edouard, Fay, Gonzalo, Hanna, Isaias, Josephine, Kyle, Laura, Marco, Nana, Omar, Paulette, Rene, Sally, Teddy, Vicky and Wilfred.
Below is a list of helpful government emergency management information. If a hurricane is approaching click on your County to get prepared, especially if you don’t have hurricane window protection.
Palm Beach County – Broward County – Dade County