ESWindows Impact Window Information

ESWindows has over three decades of experience in producing and installing laminated and insulated windows for commercial and residential clients. Today, ESWindows offers every modern style that you could think of and three basic kinds of residential windows: blast-resistant, hurricane-resistant, and thermally-broken windows.

Modern Style Selections

ESWindows offers the following styles in terms of hurricane-resistant impact windows: hung, in-project, sliding, and a host of fixed windows (e.g., crescent-moon shaped, square or rectangular). Most of the windows that you'll see on the website are available to the US market and have received NFRC certification.

All of these windows are also designed for laminated-insulated glass so that you'll be protected against extreme weather events and break-ins. In addition, you’ll enjoy great insulation year round. That means savings on monthly heating and cooling expenses.

All windows from ESWindows are fully weather-stripped with available screens. Sturdy aluminum frames built for your particular home and fiberglass mesh also mean that no matter which windows you select, you'll get durability, affordability, and style.

When it comes to style the painted wood grain finishes on the hung, project, and sliding windows so that you can achieve the perfect complement between your home's current style and new windows.

Window Design Options

Hung, project, and sliding window styles may be terms unfamiliar to some homeowners, so we’ve broken down the differences to better educate you on their differences.

  • A single-hung window is one that has a fixed top sash and an operable bottom sash whereas a double-hung window, as you might have already guessed, is a window in which both sashes are operable. ESWindows offers the PH-4400, which is a hung window that can be adapted to virtually any residential home design. In fact, the PH-4400 can be used in commercial office settings as well.

  • Project-in windows, such as the ES-P251, is a hurricane-resistant and thermally-broken window, which means that you'll get great insulation and protection against heavy weather and flying debris. This kind of window is available in casement design, which is perfect for large living spaces, and hopper configurations. The EP-P251 uses Insulbar technology to give you dual-finish combinations.

  • Sliding Windows, such as the ES-SW340, provides a unique combination of functional options and energy efficiency. The ES-SW340 has a great u-value, which is a measure of the thermal performance of your new window.

You can confidently choose ESWindows for unparalleled style, affordability, durability, performance, and energy efficiency. They are continually recognized as a world leader in the manufacturing and marketing of aluminum and glass windows.

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