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Hurricanes are tropical storms that begin in warm water oceans in a humid climate, which is why the state of Florida is a top contender for hurricanes. Hurricane seasons typically start in the sweltering summer months and wrap up by the end of the fall. Be prepared and protect your Coral Springs home with hurricane impact windows today.
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Impact Resistant Windows in Coral Springs
Phoenix Windows & Doors has been providing stormproof services to Coral Springs and surrounding communities over the last 25 years. While South Florida is often sunny, part of the year, it can be cloudy, rainy, and have hurricane-force winds that will damage your home and threaten your safety.
Replacing windows with impact-resistant windows and taking advantage of our high-quality products will add protection to your home. In addition to protection from natural disasters, our dual-pane laminated impact glass windows are more energy-efficient and will reduce utility costs. Our services will significantly reduce the chance of structural damage to your property, giving you peace of mind during the dreaded hurricane season.
Highest Quality Impact Resistant Windows & Doors
Phoenix Windows & Doors uses only the best quality windows and doors for your hurricane preparations. As a fellow Florida company, Assura has manufactured well-built windows and doors for over 50 years. Assura knows how devastating hurricane damage can be, and they understand the need for sturdy windows and doors. Their products are made to withstand hurricanes up to Category 5.
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A suburb of Fort Lauderdale, Coral Springs is in northeastern Broward County, Florida, on the southern Atlantic coast. It officially became a city in 1963, after South Florida experienced a post-World War II real estate boom. Now it is considered the third best place to live in Florida. A few of this family-friendly city’s attractions include an art museum, wildlife rescue hospital, recreational complex, water park, mini-golf course, Italian market, and many delicious restaurants.