New Port Richey in Pasco County, Florida lies in a high-risk hurricane zone. Since 1930, New Port Richey, FL is in a high-risk hurricane zone. 70 hurricanes have been recorded in the New Port Richey, FL since 1930. The largest hurricane was Unnamed in 1945. The most recent New Port Richey, FL hurricane was Andrea in 2013.
Impact resistant windows and doors are an alternative to shutters. Technological advancements have made it possible for homeowners to install such windows for stress-free and aesthetically pleasing hurricane protection.
The best time to install impact windows is when you’re constructing a new house. These windows can also be retrofitted for different window sizes, shapes, frames, and colors. Empire Construction sells hurricane resistant impact windows that complement any existing architecture.
EARTHWISE vinyl and vinyl impact windows are hurricane rated and built to work in the weather peculiar to Southeast USA. This means our hurricane impact windows will withstand salty air breezes and the heat, and not suffer damage.
Vinyl, as a window construction material, has been around for four decades. Vinyl window frames are used in South Florida. Unlike wooden-framed windows, vinyl ones comply with federal energy star ratings and may help you achieve eligibility for a tax rebate.
Aluminum is easily the most popular window frame type in South Florida. These frames are long-lasting and durable. Aluminum frames held in place with stainless steel fasteners and durable hardware that won’t corrode in the salty air.
The best range of energy-efficient and durable hurricane impact windows is to be found with Hurricane Shutters Florida. Be assured of the most competitive pricing. Contact us today for the most suitable hurricane protection for your property in New Port Richey.