Hurricane Impact Glass
Florida building codes now specify and require one of three systems when installing or replacing complete door units into houses located within the 120-MPH winds zone (this is an area roughly east of US 1 and/or A1A).
These options are:
- State approved Hurricane shutters
- Plywood cut and screwed over the door opening
- Hurricane impact glass
Dream Doors™ is happy to provide the best solution by offering Hurricane impact glass in our door units.
Plywood cut and screwed over the door opening is not very practical and must be stored until needed.
Hurricane shutters are unsightly and expensive, outstripping the additional cost of hurricane impact glass.
We invite you to our convenient showroom to see our vast line of Hurricane impact glass today!
I would like to start by saying "thank you" for assisting me in such a timely manner. Your staff was very professional, helpful, kind and considerate to my needs. Although the price for the door inserts were slightly more than I expected, because of the service I received and the extreme quality of the product, it was well worth it. The technician that installed the inserts went out of his way and provided a little extra service by re-adjusting and aligning my doors. He even repaired a sticking lockset. Because of this extra effort, my doors are functioning better than ever, basically making my old doors perform like new. I cannot thank you enough. I am very pleased with the craftsmanship, quality and value I have received from Dream Doors!
— Allen L. Dixie