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!
Recently we contacted you regarding the replacement of our double front doors with a single door with side glass sections. Your Mr. Joe Davis informed us that while Dream Doors could perform this type work for us (we had been told by others this could not be done) he gave us the option of leaving our old doors in place and just adding the 22 x 64 Echelon glass inserts. He pointed out this would save us considerable money and time over a complete door replacement. We contracted for the renovation on March 9th with the job to be performed on March 31st. We were delighted that you were able to move our installation date forward and completed it ahead of schedule. The doors are simply beautiful. We could not be more pleased with your installer Jeremy. The additional light provided to the foyer and stairway by the glass doors is amazing. We are more than satisfied with the excellent workmanship and value provided by your company.
— William A. and Margaret P. Fitzgerald