Insulated Impact Glass
The insulated impact resistant glass is composed of a piece of heavy polyvinyl butyral plastic interlayer sandwiched between two pieces of double–strength glass. The laminated glass is then combined with another piece of double-strength tempered glass to form an insulated glass unit This unit is then sealed together to form a strong, impact resistant bond, which is then glazed into the sash to hold the glass to the frame. The glazing process uses a structural back bedding system to ensure the entire unit passes impact tests.
Five benefits of installing insulated impact glass windows
Immediate protection from hurricanes
Protecting your home has never been easier. With every impending storm, you can rest assure that your home will be secure.
Protection from burglary and vandalism
The same impact-resistant glass and heavy construction that keeps flying objects from penetrating these doors and windows also provides a strong deter ent to intruders, thieves and vandals.
FHA windows and doors act as a significant sound barrier reducing 50% of outside noise, enhancing the peacefulness and tranquility of your home interior.
Laminated glass used in impact windows and doors blocks 98% of harmful rays, protecting your furniture, rugs, artwork, and family.
The installation of insulated impact glass windows and doors maintains historic returns of 125.3%to 163.3%.