Replace windows for hurriane protection.
When the weather forecast predicts a hurricane, are you ready? Our mission at Wrights is to ensure that our impact windows & doors will provide you with the highest standard of protection. Wrights windows & doors can resist winds of up to 200 mph. Impact windows can reduce home insurance bills, a/c bills, and, most importantly, provide the peace of mind which comes from knowing your home benefits from the most up to date technology from the window experts in Boca Raton.
At Wright’s Impact Window and Door, we have an excellent track record working in local communities around the Miami area and around Miami-Dade County. We help property owners to safeguard their real estate investments by offering hurricane doors and impact windows and other fixtures that can provide an excellent front-line defense against the effects of a tropical storm, like high winds and rain.
With 47 of experience, Wright’s Impact Window and Door is a major name in storm protection in Palm Beach County. You will have peace of mind by partnering with a company with extensive experience installing durable and long-lasting storm defense solutions.
Top Rated Hurricane Proof Windows & Doors in Royal Palm Beach
What’s not to love about the Royal Palm Beach community? To the east, you have some of the most popular beaches in coastal Florida, on the Atlantic side of the peninsula. To the immediate west, you have beautiful nature preserves and other attractions – you have a Lion Country Safari that is popular with tourists. Closer at hand, there’s the Madison Green Country Club, and top hotels like the Fairfield Inn and Suites by Marriott Wellington. Then there are the golf clubs scattered throughout the immediate area: the Village Golf Club, the Banyan Golf Club, and further out, the Trump International Golf Club of West Palm Beach.
Royal Palm Beach is also somewhat inland, which would lead some people to conclude that it’s a bit safer from storm damage then properties set up right along the coast. But make no mistake – severe hurricanes and storms are part of the local culture in Royal Palm Beach, too.
Local officials know that it’s essential to spread awareness about storm preparedness. They have resources available for residents online, to try to help property owners be proactive about storm readiness. So why wouldn’t properties in this critical Palm Beach area have storm protections in place? Well, without the right assistance, these installations can be expensive, but they can also require some logistical work by both contractors and property owners. We install all of our projects ‘The Wright Way”. All of our installers are trained by us to install our products with care and dedication.
Protect Your Royal Palm Beach Home With Impact Doors & Windows
With a free in-home estimate, we can help you with the best strategy to prepare your home to handle storm damage. High winds can wreak havoc on a neighborhood, whether it is directly on the coast or not. One of the safest ways to prepare is to get these exterior fixtures in place and be ready. There is no longer any need to install shutters on a property when you first hear about a storm making landfall. With consultation from Wright’s Impact Window and Door, you can be prepared for the next storm, and you might even save a lot on energy and insurance bills, too. Let’s talk about how to make your property able to withstand a hurricane better.
Impact Windows & Doors Manufactured In Florida & Installed The Wright Way
With our vast selection and decades of experience, we can help you decide what solution would work best in your home. Our manufacturers are sought after in South Florida and locally sourced. Because the nations finest manufacturers are found in Florida, it makes it an easy choice, and we work with the finest. Contact us today for a free no-obligation quote and see what we can do for you.
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May 16, 2020
Replacement windows in Florida Are you looking for replacement windows? In many parts of Florida, it makes sense to install impact windows. In certain parts of South Florida, it is a state mandate that all windows replaced must have hurricane protection, and this protection includes impact windows and doors. People that live in high-velocity hurricane zones (HVHZ), or within a wind or in a designated wind-borne…read more
May 07, 2020
Hurricane season is ramping up in Florida, and if this year is similar to the last, the cost of the 2019 season may exceed 19 billion dollars. Statistically, mid-September is the most active time for hurricanes and tropical storms. But officially, the Florida hurricane season won't end until November 30th. What can you do to protect your Florida home? There are several actions you can…read more
April 17, 2020
Hurricane protection is essential in Florida. As the COVID-19 pandemic takes root in the United States with cases projected to peak across the country in the next few weeks, it’s easy to forget that life exists beyond this outbreak. It’s important to remember, as unnerving as these uncertain moments are, the world will keep on turning, and the sun will rise tomorrow. That means that…read more
April 01, 2020
Update 3/21/20 Following CDC and public health authorities' guidance Our teams are operating as usual, and we understand the concerns you may have about sales appointments or installations. At the same time, we are taking action to protect the health of our customers & team members. To that end, we are taking extra precautions with any in-person interactions, including: SALES REPRESENTATIVES Limiting contact, including handshakes,…read more
March 18, 2020
As a homeowner and/or head of household it is important to make sure your family and your residence are safe. Not only will you need to find ways to prevent things like break-ins, but you also need to find ways to mitigate the risk of bad weather. Hurricane season starts on June 1st and ends on November 30th. Before this dangerous season begins, you need…read more
February 25, 2020
In 2019, there were over eighteen named storms that threatened the United States. Approximately six of these storms actually reached hurricane status. Hurricanes can produce very high winds and lots of rain, which means they can do a number on residential structures. Instead of waiting until your home is demolished by one of these storms, you need to take action to prevent these problems. Investing…read more