Pioneer’s Impact-Resistance Glass Offers Homeowner Several Benefits in Addition to Hurricane Protection

As Florida’s high-velocity wind zone continues to move further inland, Pioneer has been proactive by installing impact-resistant windows and doors in all of our new home construction. As opposed to the minimum building code alternative requiring the homeowner to store and install plywood, panels or shutters, Pioneer gives 24-hour hurricane protection without the hassle.

Impact-resistance glass is defined as two separate panels bonded with an extremely durable polymer core, which complies with the latest hurricane codes. All of our windows are put to the test ;by ;withstanding the impact of a wooden 2x4 at the rate of 50 feet per second without allowing ;penetration into the home.

In addition to the piece of mind from wind and debris, impact glass has many other advantages to the homeowner:

  1. Theft security from unwanted guests
  2. UV protection for drapes & carpet
  3. Sound barrier to outside noise
  4. Lower insurance & energy costs
  5. Opens up storage without the need of plywood or panels

With ;building codes constantly changing on our Gulf coast, Pioneer ;is dedicated ;to ;keep in ;front of our requirements and truly excited to offer a home with worry-free protection ;combined with ;energy-star efficiency.


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