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Virtually Indestructible, Energy Efficient Replacement Windows & More Available for Homeowners in Houston, TX & All Surrounding Communities

If you’re in need of new windows that will provide energy efficiency and extraordinary security for your home in or near Houston, Storm Tight Windows of Texas is the windows manufacturer and installer you need. Our vinyl house windows are the highest-performing window products available anywhere from three standpoints: energy efficiency, security, and storm protection. The vinyl we use is the thickest in the industry and is wrapped around steel-reinforced frames, while the glass panes in our replacement windows resist damage from wind-blown debris and offer astonishing protection against intruders. You simply will not find a stronger, more secure home window from any other distributer in the nation.

The durability of our picture windows, double hung windows, casement windows, and other window styles is important for this region of the country, which sees substantial hurricane and tornadic activity. Violent storms such as these generate incredible winds, which in turn carry debris that can easily pierce standard windows. Our Hurricane Impact windows are virtually indestructible, withstanding winds of 180 mph – stronger than a Category 5 storm. They are ideal for coastal areas near Houston, TX, and meet all standards outlined by the Texas Department of Insurance (TDI). Our Premier windows, also TDI certified, can withstand winds of up to 120 mph – or roughly the winds generated by a Category 3 storm.

But our replacement windows are not only secure – they’re also designed to protect your living space from temperature fluctuations and keep your indoor environment comfortable. The virgin vinyl frames and double-glazed glass in our house windows will provide an added level of insulation for your home, which can help drastically reduce monthly energy bills. Installing these energy efficient windows, which are ENERGY STAR® certified and “Made in the USA,” will help to minimize the amount of work your HVAC system has to do to keep your home warm in the winter and cool in the summer. Keeping you safe in dangerous weather, and comfortable all year long – that’s the positive impact that new vinyl windows from Storm Tight Windows of Texas will have on your life.

Patio Doors & Entry Doors to Complement New Vinyl Windows for Homeowners in or near Houston, TX

Patio Doors Houston TXAt Storm Tight Windows of Texas, we not only manufacture and install energy efficient replacement windows that are durable and improve the security of your home in the face of violent weather in the Houston, TX area, but we also install attractive, secure patio and entry doors for your home. Our sliding patio doors are made from the same steel-reinforced virgin vinyl frames and double-glazed glass panes as our Hurricane Impact and Premier windows, and offer the same levels of protection from extreme weather and wind-blown debris. Our French doors have frames that come in smooth or wood-grain finishes and are sealed with a clear coating that is guaranteed for a minimum of seven years. The attractive entry doors we offer have been soaked in water for 72 hours during manufacturing to ensure that they will not warp when subjected to excessive water exposure. We even reinforce the jambs of our entry door systems with steel for the ultimate in home security.

So whether you’re looking for hurricane-resistant replacement windows, new energy efficient house windows, or attractive and secure patio or entry doors for your home in Houston, TX, or any surrounding community, Storm Tight Windows of Texas is the company to trust. Contact us today, and ask about the convenient financing we offer for new windows and doors to qualified homeowners.

Areas Our Company Serves

We proudly serve all of Texas including Houston, Galveston, Pasadenda, Bellaire, Pearland and the surrounding areas!

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