Our Window and Door Manufacturers
Which Impact Window or Door is Right For You? Explore the list of manufacturers below and discover the best fit for your project. Got questions about the products or the prices? Give us a call at (954) 714-6800 or email us your message.
Innovative Window Concepts LLC has a 55,000 square foot manufacturing facility in Boynton Beach, Florida. Their high impact windows have been designed to meet a Zone 5 worst-case scenario — anyone living in a high rise should consider installing their windows! IWC produces windows with a powder-coated finish as opposed to an electro-static finish: the powder-coated finish is designed for longevity in coastal applications. All products are available in Non-Impact, Large Missile Impact and Small Missile Impact to meet your design needs.
Progressive Glass Technology, known as P.G.T. Winguard, is recognized as one of the largest leading manufacturers of both residential and hi-rise windows and doors. P.G.T. Winguard is located in Venice, Florida on Florida's west coast, and has a 30-year history of superior vision, outstanding quality, and innovative products. In a world full of choices, PGT is Visibly Better® and remains one of the nation's leading manufacturers and suppliers of windows and doors. Their products, whether new construction or replacement windows, or aluminum or vinyl frames, complement the design integrity of America's best homes.
WinDoor, Inc is an Orlando, Florida-based company operating out of a 320,000 square foot manufacturing facility. Their line of impact windows and sliding glass doors are manufactured in accordance with the most stringent impact standards in the country - Miami-Dade protocols with Florida State Wide approval and Texas Department of Insurance approval, as well as ASTM E1300, E-1886 & E-1996. They've even undergone bomb-blast testing! WinDoor's impact products are produced by using impact resistant laminated glass, heavy commercial-grade aluminum and vinyl and they only use the finest high-grade hardware available from stainless steel to composite materials for their non-corrosive handles.
Established in 1992, CGI was the first manufacturer of hurricane windows and doors to offer laminated glass that could meet the most stringent Miami-Dade County impact standards. Produced to the most exacting industry standards, their high performance, high aesthetic product collections offer advanced hurricane protection of home and commercial structures, in both new and existing construction. Made of heavy commercial-grade aluminum, impact-resistant laminated glass and the finest hardware, their windows and doors exude strength and beauty — a function of their workmanship, pride and engineering excellence.
With over 25 years of experience in glass and glazing products, Arch Aluminum provides glass products from every float glass producer in the United States - in combination with their national distribution network; this puts an un-rivaled selection of product and service at your fingertip. Joined with their own architectural aluminum products, in house capability of laminating, heat — treating and fabrication technology, the design professional can depend on the only true single source supplier in the industry. Each Arch location can provide the design community with a palette of color that not only looks good but also can provide comfort and where necessary, passive physical protection in the built environment as well. Comfort levels in heating, cooling, and day lighting for today's fast-paced projects can be selectively engineered off the shelf from the myriad of combinations available.
SMI Systems has been serving the glazing industry since 1998. SMI initially started out as a manufacturer of laminated glass in a 4,500 square foot facility in Kendall, Florida. Today, SMI Systems occupies over 63,000 square feet of manufacturing space featuring state of the art aluminum fabrication and glass lamination equipment. Since 2002, the company has been building a complete storefront and entrance system product line. Starting with a fixed storefront system, the company has been adding new variations to its door line each year. Door products range from standard entrance doors to oversize showroom doors. Each product is designed to withstand maximum wind-load pressures and all carry a Dade County product approval. In addition, SMI also has developed a complete line of non-impact storefront and entrance products for applications not requiring hurricane resistance.
For more than 10 years, Fort Lauderdale, Florida-based Eurotech Industries has been keeping homes in South Florida safe by manufacturing superior quality impact windows and doors. Their European styled, American-made doors and windows have a solid feel and strength with hardware finishes and sizes that no other company can offer. They even offer a door with a ventilation window in it that still provides high-impact safety.
ETI impact windows and doors are not only hurricane resistant, eliminating the need for shutters; they also offer security and dramatically reduce unwanted environmental noises and harmful UV rays. Their product line currently includes casement windows, horizontal sliders, sliding glass doors, tradewind doors, bermuda doors, and french doors with side lights and picture windows. They offer appealing options in colors, hardware and finishes.