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Superhouse Hurricane Proof SolutionsIf you are considering using a hurricane window, the following advantages can help you make a decision. No glass is completely shatterproof, but a hurricane-resistant window has a remarkable feature: even if it breaks, it will not splash out glass fragments. Impact-resistant windows have many advantages, including:
- Withstand winds up to 200 mph
- Will not splash out fragments when broken
- Available in different styles and sizes
- Excellent sound insulation performance
- Block 99% of transmitted ultraviolet light
- Reduce the cost of homeowner insurance by up to 45%
What is a hurricane impact window?
The frame of the hurricane-resistant window is made of high-strength materials, such as aluminum or vinyl. In addition, the impact glass is a composite of glass and other transparent materials, which can withstand the impact of debris and pressure difference in a destructive storm with a continuous wind speed of 50m/s or more without being torn.
Is Tempered Glass the same as impact?
There is a difference between tempered glass and impact-resistant glass. Tempered glass is heat-treated glass. During manufacture, the glass is heated first, and then the surface is rapidly cooled. The impact-resistant glass is made by using safety glaze for laminated glass. This type of impact-resistant glass is made by bonding two or more pieces of glass together with a transparent film, and has good resistance to hurricanes.
Does Miami use IBC?
Miami follow Florida Building Code, which is also based upon the International Building Code (IBC) used in the United States.
Does Superhouse sell hurricane windows shipping to Miami?
If you live in Miami where high winds, hurricanes and other storms are common, consider impact windows from iSuperhouse.net.
The windows will be delivered to Miami port from China.
The hurricane window manufactured by Superhouse has passed all durability tests, including the Large Missile Impact Class D test. These windows can withstand sustained winds of 140 mph and gusts of up to 212 mph, and are Miami-Dade County-approved. Superhouse is committed to manufacturing door and window products that help protect the home, and this is reflected in the voice of our customers.
What is the Miami-Dade wind code?
In the HVHZ(High Velocity Hurricane Zone), the 2010 FBCR specifies a wind speed of 175 mph(195 miles per hour in 2021) in Miami-Dade County and 170 mph(185 miles per hour in 2021) in Broward County. The changes to the load combinations highlight how the design pressures calculated from the new wind speed maps relate to the design pressures using the wind speed maps in the 2007 FBCB. Downlaod PDF
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