Tracking The Tropics
Storm Tight Windows is a proud sponsor of Tracking The Tropics on most local TV Networks in South Florida. If you are a local homeowner, we recommend you follow Tracking The Tropics for the latest updates on storm developments. A few weeks ago, Tropical Depression Laura started in Cape Verde with low chances for development. But a few days later, Laura slowly transformed into a powerful Hurricane Cat 4 before it hit Louisiana/Texas. Having mentioned that, people should not underestimate mother nature and bring their guard down.
So far, South Florida has been lucky this year. But, until the hurricane season is over, no one can really say we are out of the woods. Homeowners still believe nothing will happen to them this hurricane season. However, it is always better to be safe than sorry.
The 2020 Hurricane Season is the first season where nine tropical storms formed before August, and thirteen before September. According to weather experts, this season has been nothing but extremely active. The end of the hurricane season is on Monday, November 30th, 2020. Start your hurricane preparations now, prevent last-minute hassles, and the risk of virus transmission at the hardware store.
Stay ahead of the next storm development by watching Tracking The Tropics on WFLX Fox 29, WPBF ABC 25, WSVN Fox 7, and WFOR CBS 4. Storm Tight Windows is the official sponsor for these segments and the #1 Impact Window Manufacturer in South Florida.
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- Superior Impact Protection – our windows have the thickest gauge of virgin vinyl and steel-reinforced sashes. Storm Tight Impact Windows provides unmatched strength and resistance against hurricane-force winds in excess of 200+MPH.
- Superior Energy Efficiency – Storm Tight Windows and Doors have the ENERGY STAR® rating. This rating keeps the home temperature comfortable year-round and saves up to 40% on the monthly energy bill.
- Superior 24/7 Security Protection – Storm Tight Windows are manufactured with a unique inner-locking system that is virtually impenetrable. This feature minimizes home invasion threats and saves people an average of 25% off their annual homeowner’s insurance expense.
- Storm Tight Windows are rated Miami Dade County approved. This is the highest rating an Impact Window can receive. Only Impact Windows and Doors with these ratings will provide the highest impact protection against storms and home intrusions.
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