Windows Resist Breaking in Severe Storms
Storm-resistant windows and decorative metal door grilles are being introduced by JELD-WEN (Booth W1701) at the International Builders’ Show in Orlando, Fla. this week.
Suitable for hurricane-prone areas, ImpactGard™ is an optional glass package available for vinyl, aluminum and clad wood windows. These highly durable windows resist breaking even in extreme climate conditions, and if they do shatter, the glass is designed to remain in place for extra protection and security, reducing the risk of injury.
ImpactGard also provides exceptional UV ray blockage. The product also makes it more difficult for thieves to break into a home through a window or patio door opening.
JELD-WEN will also be offering new decorative metal grilles for its IWP® Custom Wood and IWP® Aurora™ Custom Fiberglass exterior doors.
Grilles come in attractive filigree patterns and can be recessed into glass panel opening and side lites for increased aesthetic appeal. A small hinge and latch system enables the grilles to swing out for easy cleaning of the hardware, door panel and glass insert.
Headquartered in Klamath Fallas, Ore., JELD-WEN is a member of the National Council of the Housing Industry — The Supplier 100 of NAHB.
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