Aluminum is a popular material for window frames due to its strength, durability, and resistance to corrosion. It is also relatively lightweight, making it easier to handle and install.
Impact-resistant windows are designed to withstand forces such as those generated by high winds, hurricanes, or other severe weather conditions. These windows are constructed to minimize the risk of shattering upon impact, providing increased safety for occupants.
Picture windows are fixed windows that do not open or close. They are designed to provide unobstructed views and allow natural light to enter a space. Picture Windows are often large and can serve as a focal point in a room. When these elements are combined, you get “Aluminum Impact Picture Windows” fixed windows with aluminum frames that are specifically engineered to resist impact forces, making them suitable for areas prone to severe weather conditions.