Impact Windows and Doors: What it Means to You

Why install impact windows and doors

Impact windows and doors are more than just a way to keep your home safe. They're also an investment in the future, protecting your family and home for generations to come

What are impact windows and doors

Impact windows are made with reinforced glass panes that will hold up against strong winds and heavy rains 〞 even hurricanes. The glass panes are encased in a frame made of aluminum or steel which helps prevent them from shattering in case they're hit by debris or flying objects during a storm. Impact windows are also made with laminated glass, which means they have multiple layers of glass rather than just two pieces of standard glass with a space between them like most regular sliding glass doors have today

Why install impact windows and doors

The answer is simple: It's one of the best ways to protect your home from severe weather and other natural disasters. Impact windows and doors can help you do everything from keeping out crime during an invasion to preserving the value of your home during a storm. If you live in an area prone to extreme weather, it's especially important that you have high-quality impact windows and doors installed on every exterior door or window

What questions should you ask your dealer

If you*re looking for impact windows and doors manufacturers, you need to find a dealer who offers the best products. A great dealer will be able to provide you with the following information about their products

What is their manufacturing process? Is it 100% made in America? This is an important question if you*re looking for a product that will last a lifetime

Is it Energy Star-rated? Energy Star-rated windows and doors can save you money on your utility bills and reduce your carbon footprint

Does it comply with local building codes? Windows are often required by local building codes and impact windows must meet the requirements of these codes before they can be installed in your home or commercial building

Can they provide references from other customers who have used their products? If so, ask how long ago they installed these windows or doors. If they were installed more than five years ago, ask when they were replaced last time because this tells you how long they lasted before needing replacement

What style of impact windows and doors should you choose

The first thing you need to know about impact windows and doors is that they are not the same as regular windows and doors. They are designed to be much more durable, to resist flying debris from a major storm or hurricane, and to be able to withstand high winds and other weather conditions

What style of impact windows and doors should you choose

There are three basic types of impact windows: double pane, triple pane, and laminated. The difference between them is how many layers of glass there are in each window unit

The more layers of glass there are, the more energy efficient a window will be because more heat is retained inside the home during winter months while also preventing outside air from entering during summer months. Double pane windows tend to be cheaper than triple pane or laminated windows but they don't offer as much protection against flying debris such as hail or even bullets if you live in an area where gun violence is prevalent.

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Freedom to dream "truly custom-made"

Doorwin provides one-stop solution for professional windows doors manufacturer and installation. We have been serving customers with our high quality and branded products in United States, Asia and worldwide.


Our team of experts will work with you to develop a bespoke plan that fits your needs. We take a holistic approach to the planning process, combining our technical expertise with our knowledge of customer requirements and project constraints.

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Find the true freedom to bespoke

Doorwin is the manufacturer of full custom fenestration systems, and we're here for you. We provide you with the freedom to design your windows, doors, and more with no additional charge for special shapes, hardware styles, and color choices. Your vision is our inspiration; our job is to make it a reality.
Our products are made to pass your local inspector's verification and are built under USA building codes so you can rest assured that they are safe and sturdy. Choose Doorwin to experience the best bespoke fenestration service available today!

Design Assistance Service

From manufacturing to delivery on site

We take care of the entire process for you, from beginning to end. We have our own expertise and will provide free-charge design development & contract documentation with CAD and BIM drawings. In addition to elevation details and installation design, we will double-check that the products match the drawings and project specifications through video or pictures. We'll help you specify the delivery schedule and logistics service whilst keeping costs to a minimum.

The Safest Delivery

5 layers packaging guarantee 0 damage

We're proud to be one of the top exporters of windows and doors to the United States. We pack each window individually and in four layers, and finally into wooden boxes with non-fumigation, and at the same time, there will be a lot of shockproof measures in the container to protect your items. We ensure that your products will arrive at the sites in good condition after long-distance transportation.
Doorwin has been exporting tens of millions of dollars of windows and doors to the U.S. every year, and we know that improper packaging can cause breakage of the product when it arrives on site. What the client concerns, we concern most.

What Projects Can We Take?

We are tested by the following standards:
-NFRC (North American Fenestration Rating Council)
-AAMA (American Architectural Manufacturers Association)
-WNMA (Wood National Monument Association)
-CSA101 (Canadian Standards Association)
-I.S.2 (International Standard ISO/IEC 17025)
-A440-11 (Standard for Fire Testing of Door Assemblies for Charging Rooms)