Here are some typical concerns about Impact Resistant Windows that we hope will assist and inform you during the shopping process.
Q: How do I get a quote on Hurricane Proof Windows?
A: Someone from our sales team will meet you at your home, at your leisure. We will bring samples, analyze your existing windows and doors, and educate you about all the options that are readily available to please your needs. Once you are completely educated and have actually identified what product you would like. We will offer you with a written quote. To arrange a session, call us at 305-504-8264 or fill out our online form and we will make arrangements at your convenience to schedule a visit.
Q: Can I buy Hurricane Windows and install them myself?
A: Our products are all custom made to your specific specifications. You can buy direct from us and install the windows yourself, however, by picking to set up the products yourself you are surrendering the guarantee and you will have to pay sales tax. Our guarantee is an incredible value, and when you accumulate all the extra hidden costs related to installing our products yourself you will recognize that the added cost to have our expert window specialists install your products is very little.
Q: How should a consumer compare different types of high impact windows?
A: Since this is a sizable investment, take your time to do your due diligence before finalizing the purchase. A few important things to be aware of is the guarantee, installation, glass standards, design pressure and code approvals.
Q: How do your windows & door products compare in price?
A: We are competitively priced. We will provide the best value, by offering you the highest quality items that are skillfully installed with the most extensive guarantee in the marketplace.
Q: When comparing items, how do I understand that they have correct code approvals?
A: Don’t make the mistake of thinking all code approval are the same. When it comes to building code approvals it depends on the product as well as several different criteria, including the use and location of the property. Make sure all items are specifically authorized as hurricane resistant by a trustworthy governing firm like Dade County.
Q: I received a few quotes for dealers and discovered that your company is more expensive. Can you explain?
A: If you are making a contrast to a business that provides basic size items, that are not custom-made and does not do the total finish work, Hurricane resistant Windows will be more costly. When compared to companies that do everything from start to finish, have insurance, a certified installation staff and that guarantees our rates, then frequently our cost are below the competition.
Q: Exactly what is business specific engineering?
A: Several municipalities need certain engineering with regard to the form of hurricane protection you have actually picked. This commonly takes place in homes that are above 3 multi-levels such as condominiums and apartments.
Q: Should I have a structure permit?
A: Under no situation should you take part in an agreement to have the products installed without a structure permit being provided.
Q: How does the permit procedure work?
A: Upon signature of an agreement, a customer will have to sign a permit application, this application along with the item approvals will be sent out to the city for approval. City approval is based on the proper products being pointed out for your home. Our representatives will take care of all the paperwork involved to satisfy the city inspector and assess the job.
Q: How will this affect my alarm system?
A: When installing windows and doors, security system attached on the window frame needs to be detached. We will leave the wires exposed; we are not in the alarm business. Therefore, we will not reattach your alarm system and for your safety, it’s best that you have your monitoring company to come and reinstall and test the system to make sure it’s functioning properly.
Q: How do I get a premium reduction in my house insurance when I have bought Impact Resistant Windows?
A: Contact your insurance agent for a Storm Mitigation Application. This paperwork should be completed by an authorized expert. When the product is installed and the application is finished and submitted, you are entitled to a price cut on your insurance.
Q: What are the cities in Miami-Dade County you service?
A: Golden Beach FL, Florida City FL, Cutler Bay FL, Miami Lakes FL, North Miami Beach FL, Miami FL, Key Biscayne FL, Bal Harbour FL, Doral FL, Kendall FL, Coral Gables FL, Sweet Water FL, Pinecrest FL, Miami Gardens FL, Opa Locka FL, Homestead FL, Palmetto Bay FL, South Miami FL, Miami Beach FL, Aventura FL, Miami Shores FL, Coconut Grove FL, Hialeah FL