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Sep 21, 2017

Devastating Damages

We have all seen the devastation left behind in Irma’s wake on our television screen’s, or in person; ripping off roofs, destroying nature and cars alike, as well as shattering the windows of homes.

These images, or in-person interactions, can often times leave consumers feeling lost. So what can be done? Most native Floridians agree that Hurricane Impact Windows are a necessity when hunkering down for serious storms, like Irma.

The Benefits to Impact Glass

Max Guard Hurricane Windows is fully aware, with over 30 years of experience, of the dangers poised by a serious storm and is devoted to their careful installation process of Impact Resistant Hurricane Windows. Impact Resistant Hurricane Windows provide unparalleled protection year round, even years after installation.

The dangers of a normal window during hurricane season are widely known- creating deadly projectiles, opening your home to the elements, and threatening the wellbeing of your family. These issues can be entirely avoided with Hurricane Impact Glass. Impact glass can withstand the harshest of winds, high-speed projectiles (at which point they safely spiderweb, absorbing the catastrophic damage), and even a sledgehammer!

Some may say that it is unneeded, with the hurricane season quickly passing over us, but that is hardly the case. Not only does impact class provide top-notch protection for your loved ones and your property, it also significantly reduces the harsh (and often intrusive) Florida heat.

More than Safety

With temperatures skyrocketing well over 90 degrees it has become increasingly important to keep the heat where it belongs … outside! Normal windows may provide a barrier for bugs, but what about the constant humidity and heat?

With Hurricane Impact Glass, from Max Guard Hurricane Windows, be sure to keep your home constantly cool. The thick Impact Glass is incredibly energy-efficient as it reduces the incoming heat, keeps the cool air inside, and even reduces the costs of lighting your home by reducing air leakage.

Let the Professionals Help

When Max Guard’s Hurricane Impact Glass isn’t protecting your family and property during a storm, it protects against solar heat gain! When you begin to take your home’s safety to the next level, contact Max Guard. Our professionals are experts in the field and make your satisfaction their top priority (aside from installing the best Impact Glass on the market). Give us a call at (561)-276-7100 to get an estimate for Hurricane Impact Glass today.

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Homeowners Are Thrilled With Our Award-Winning Solutions
They did a great job consulting and working with us on the design of our new hurricane door; and their installation team was quick, clean and courteous.
Sabrina Meyers
They did an excellent job and went the extra mile to ensure that the results were perfect.
Thomas Willis
Greg the salesman was honest and provided us with a ton of insight. The team was hard working and friendly and did an awesome job.
Michael Adams
Very impressed! Windows are so beautiful, couldn't be more satisfied. They do a great job communicating with their customers, highly recommend!
Dianne D
Flexible Financing Solutions

At Max Guard, we make getting hurricane impact windows and doors on the market as affordable as possible. We offer flexible financing options and are proud to be an approved PACE lender, enabling us to provide low-cost, long-term funding for our energy-efficient products.

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3900 Fiscal Court, suite 400
West Palm Beach, FL 33404
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561-444-2915
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561-276-7100
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Sat: 10am–2pm
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