About New Code Windows & Doors of Fort Myers and Naples FL 24/7 Permanent Hurricane and Security Protection
Hurricane Andrew, the storm of 1992, caused billions of dollars in damage forcing the Florida state legislature and the insurance industry to re-evaluate how homes should be built. This was done to prevent the losses which occurred during and after that devastating storm from happening again in the future. The overall concensus came to pass that the protection of your Florida home is a necessity!
In June of 2002, the State of Florida implemented new statewide building codes. For those living in hurricane prone coastal regions, it affected how new homes were built and how they were protected from high winds and hurricane wind-borne debris. The new Florida Building Code specifies that homes being built in coastal regions must protect their window and door openings from hurricanes. This must be done by using hurricane shutters that resist penetration by wind-borne debris or by installing windows and doors that have hurricane impact resistant glass which allows the homeowner to forget about shutters, and focus on the other preparations needed for their comfort and safety. Only products that have been engineered and tested to these new code standards may be certified for this purpose. New Code certified hurricane impact windows and doors are the best solution for Florida home security, both from hurricanes and burglars. In fact, if an intruder breaks into your Florida home through a New Code security window or door, New Code will pay the first $1000 of your home insurance deductible.
New Code Windows & Doors, Inc is a locally owned company with window and door showroom in Bonita Springs FL, whose management has over 25 successful years of experience in the hurricane protection industry. New Code offers tested and certified hurricane windows and doors designed not only for new construction and remodeling but also for replacing the windows and doors in existing homes. New Code's owner Brett Pytlik states,
"There is a place for both shutters and impact glass. Many homes have been built with architectural designs that make them impractical if not impossible to shutter. Some home owner associations allow the use of shutters only shortly before and during a storm. We feel that the peace of mind that a homeowner achieves with our 24 hour protection makes our product a sound investment.
New Code's products also offer other benefits such as security, reduced insurance premiums, energy savings, noise control and elimination of ultra-violet rays which damage furnishings. If your home was built before the new building code was implemented, common sense will tell us retrofitting it to meet the new standards will certainly increase its market value."
No other Bonita Springs windows and doors retailers offer hurricane windows with the strength, security, service, and style of New Code Windows. We are the clear choice for your window and door needs in Southwestern Florida. Visit our Bonita Springs FL windows and doors showrooms to see our hurricane impact resistant windows and doors first hand.