PGT Industries, an east coast window and door manufacturer, is the creator of WinGuard impact-resistant windows, beautiful windows that protect your home and valuables from unforeseen events. The laminated glass and silicone glazing prevent the glass from breaking off its frame, and the interlayer glass keeps the window intact – even after the first layer is broken from flying objects. These windows are available in Energy Star qualified configurations and are NFRC-certified.
WinGuard’s heavy duty extruded aluminum series is attractive and exceedingly durable. They come with various grid designs, heavy duty die-cast sash locks and hardware/fasteners that are resistant to corrosion. They also have optional stainless steel.
Available products – Single-hung, horizontal rollers, casement and projected casement, picture and fixed Lite architectural windows, French doors and sliding glass doors.
Frame colors are white, bronze and gray. Optional finish on select models is an Eterna Finish, which looks just like wood. Available wood grain colors are dark walnut, cherry, light/dark oak and acacia.
Glass tints – green, gray, bronze, obscure (textured for privacy,) azurlite, solarcool, white interlayer (opaque interlayer for privacy) and Low-E (IG only).
Stunning aluminum French doors:
WinGuard vinyl windows are gorgeous and built with durability and strength. They come standard with impact-resistant, laminated insulating glass and various grid choices.
Available products include single-hung, double-hung, horizontal rollers, casement, picture and fixed Lite architectural windows, French doors and sliding glass doors.
Frame color choices are white and beige.
Glass tints: gray, green, bronze, obscure (textured for privacy), clear and Low-E.
Stylish, rich and warm vinyl windows and doors:
Because PGT protects your home from burglaries and hurricanes, you may qualify for a hefty discount from your insurance provider.
WinGuard vinyl series 500 single-hung, horizontal roller, casement, picture and fixed Lite qualify for the government’s energy tax credits in the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009. This law states that throughout 2009 and 2010, you can be reimbursed via a 30 percent tax credit for up to $1,500 on energy efficient home improvements.
Who would have thought that tough windows and doors could look so elegant? It’s clear that you don’t jeopardize aesthetics to gain durability and protection. These windows are luxurious and offer superior protection. You can never have enough peace of mind, but WinGuard windows make it pretty easy to sleep at night.
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