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!
We had been looking at French doors for our Florida room at both Home Depot and Lowe's for about eight months. We decided to stop by your showroom two weeks ago. What a selection! We were amazed that your company offered us a far greater selection than those other two stores. We were impressed with the quality in respect to the price. While Home Depot and Lowe's doors were a little less in price, the quality of your hand crafted doors exceeded the value of those cheap doors. Plus, the Dream Doors had features we wanted but was not offered by those other companies. Our installer, Matthew, is a very skilled tradesman and has a great work ethic. He concerned himself with every detail, took great pride in his work and left the area cleaner than how he found it. We recommend to everyone that if value and a great experience is what they want, to look no further than Dream Doors. Dottie and I would not consider anyone else for our doors needs.
— Dick Hill