This also means they may be called upon to keep hurricane-force winds and driven rain at bay, resist impacts from windborne debris, provide a meaningful barrier of safety against potential acts of terror, and keep interior spaces calm, quiet, warm, and cool – and all with the smallest carbon footprint possible.
St. Cloud impact products are independently tested by an accredited third-party laboratory for air infiltration, water penetration, and structural performance, and simulated windborne debris pressure cycles.
Our Windows and Doors
- The impact windows combine a heavy-duty frame with impact-resistant laminated glass and are engineered to withstand high winds and impact from objects.
- Rather than shattering like traditional glass, impact windows will remain intact in their frame with fractures that look like a spider web pattern spreading from the impact.
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