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Does an impact door protect my home


As a homeowner, you may be asking yourself does an impact door protect my home. A door designed for impact resistance can withstand winds up to 170 mph and flying debris without shattering. The same technique used to design impact windows is used for these windows - two thick layers of glass encased in a strong vinyl or aluminum frame. Plastics such as ethylene-vinyl acetate (EVA) and polyvinyl butyral (PVB) bind this design together. Cracking a door with these chemicals creates a spider-web pattern, not a shattered or broken door.  Sliding Doors Repair Guys is a local company that provides expert sliding door services and more.


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By preventing projectiles from entering your home during violent weather, our HVHZ impact doors also protect your property's interior. Several tests have been conducted on our doors, including a 9lb 2x4 building stud slamming into one at 35mph, which the door withstands without a problem. Sliding Doors Repair Guys Broward County is a local company that specializes in sliding door installation, repair and more. Review our website for more information and contact us today for customer satisfaction guaranteed.


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Christian Johnson
Christian Johnson
Mar 18

I appreciate the professional insight into the importance of having impact doors. The Locksmith Myrtle Beach company has a deep understanding of home security needs and the latest technologies designed to meet those needs.

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