Simonton Windows of Parkersburg, W.Va., has announced its StormBreaker
Plus impact resistant windows have received Dade County building
code approval. According to the company, a heavy, invisible interlayer
sandwiched between the panes of glass in the StormBreaker windows
prevents the glass from being punctured by flying debris.
"The fact that our vinyl-framed impact resistant products
have achieved the Dade County requirements signals to every building
industry professionals that these are incredibly durable, storm-resistant
windows," said Bill Lazor, senior product manager for Simonton.
"These products are also easy to maintain, offer superior
energy efficiency benefits and provide protection for the home
against noise and solar penetration."