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Hurricane windows are windows that are made from plastic and are designed to withstand hurricane force winds. They are used in homes, businesses, and other buildings.
The most common type of window is the double hung window. It has two sashes that slide up and down along tracks. This allows people to open the window by raising one sash at a time.
• Hurricane windows are designed to withstand hurricane force winds up to 185 mph (295 km/h).
• They are tested to withstand winds of up to 200 mph (322 km/h) and have been certified by Underwriters Laboratories (UL).
• They are manufactured using the highest quality materials available.
• They are available in many different colors and styles.
• They are energy efficient and cost effective.
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There are three main types of hurricane windows: double hung, slider, and casement. Double hung windows are the most common window style, and they are also the easiest to install. Slider windows are similar to double hung, except they slide up and down instead of swinging open. Casement windows are the least common, and they are usually found in older homes.
Vinyl windows are made from polyvinyl chloride (PVC), which is a plastic that is flexible and durable. Fiberglass windows are made from glass fibers that are bonded together into a strong, rigid structure. Both types of windows are used for hurricane protection.
Hurricane shutters are window coverings that protect windows from flying debris during a storm. They are usually made of plastic and metal, and they are installed on the outside of windows.