Windows Types

“Architecture should speak of its time and place, but yearn for timelessness.” – Frank Gehry

Bulletproof Steel Windows

These windows are highly resistant to bullets and other high-impact objects. They typically have a thick glass and sturdy frames, making them an ideal choice for businesses or homes in high-crime areas. 

Fire-Rated Steel Windows

These windows are designed to withstand intense heat and flames, making them ideal for fire-prone areas. They typically have thick glass and sturdy frames and may be coated with a special fire-resistant material. 

Hurricane-Resistant Steel Windows

These windows are designed to resist damage from severe weather, high winds conditions. They typically have sturdy frames and laminated glass to prevent penetration by large and small blown debris. 

Insulated Steel Windows

These windows are designed to improve energy efficiency by trapping heat inside the home or building. They typically have multiple layers of glass and insulation and may be coated with a special UV-resistant film. 

Noise-Reducing Steel Windows

These windows are designed to reduce noise pollution by absorbing sound waves. They typically have thick glass and sturdy frames and may be lined with acoustic insulation. 

Safety Steel Windows

These windows are designed to prevent injuries during a breakage. They typically have a thick glass and sturdy frames and may be reinforced with safety film or tempered glass. 

Security Steel Windows

These windows deter burglars and intruders. They typically have a thick glass and sturdy frames and may be equipped with security features such as bars or grilles.

Ventilated Steel Windows

These windows are designed to improve air circulation by allowing fresh air to enter the home or building. They typically include mesh insect screens and may be opened or closed as needed. 

Steel windows are a popular choice for both commercial and residential properties. These include fixed, casement, double-hung, and sliding windows. Steel windows have superior strength, allowing the frames to be thinner over a wide variety of shapes and sizes.

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