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Impact window & doors installation starting at 79$ a month!

Impact Windows & doors

If you are on the fence about which way you should go with your new windows, here are some of the reasons impact-resistant windows are a fantastic choice: Rhino Roofing carries impact windows for all budgets.

  • They are tested to meet the highest wind loads
  • The windows are designed to keep objects from penetrating your home during high wind conditions
  • Laminated glass offers 24-hour security
  • Laminated glass offers increased soundproofing
  • Additional hurricane protection is not required so there are no panels to store and there are no unsightly anchors on the sides of your home

In addition to a much higher level of protection, installing impact-resistant windows can earn you discounts on homeowner’s insurance.

How do I get a discount?
In hurricane-prone areas, this safety step will mitigate damage and insurance costs, so insurance agents often offer savings for such upgrades. In the state of florida it is legally required that protected home discounts be available to homeowners.

Windows are one of the most cost-effective updates to the home, and they generally earn the highest return on insurance discounts.

Installing impact-resistant windows can save you a few hundred dollars a month, or even more than $10,000 per year, depending on your area and your insurance provider.

 

SPRAY FOAM INSULATION

SPRAY FOAM INSULATION

1. Powerful Insulator

Spray foam insulation works far better than other popular types of insulation. Because of its expansive nature, spray foam tightly seals all nooks and crannies that otherwise would have been left exposed. Spray foam’s resistance value, or its ability to provide an air-tight seal, ranked at R-6, the highest rank on the market today.

2. Incredible Energy Savings

Because spray foam in such a powerful insulator, families and businesses have actually been able to save a significant amount on their energy expenses. Spray foam insulation has shown to provide energy savings at an average of 50% or more, unlike other types of insulation that average a savings rate of about 30%.

3. Air-tight Seal

Spray foam insulation is uniquely capable of thoroughly sealing holes and cracks in your attic or crawl space. Air leaks are often one of the biggest reasons for high energy bills. Spray foam insulation creates a powerful airtight seal that has shown to be 24 times less permeable to air infiltration than other types of insulation.

4. Moisture Barrier

Holes and cracks in your walls and crawl space can allow entrance to more than just air. Water and moisture can gain access to these areas through exposed cracks and holes if not sealed.

Spray foam insulation is impermeable to water. This means that not only will spray foam thoroughly seal and protect your attic and crawl space from airborne moisture and leaks, but if flooding should occur in the area, spray foam insulation will not absorb the water like other materials will.

5. Deters Mold

Spray foam is not only water resistant, but it is composed of an inert polymer that provides no source of food for mold or bacteria. Homes that are insulated using closed-cell insulation are better protected against mold and mildew.

6. Long Life-Span

The inert polymer that spray foam insulation is comprised of allows it to have an indefinite lifespan. This allows homes and businesses to enjoy the benefits of spray foam insulation for years on end before needing to re-insulate. Businesses and families that invest in spray foam insulation can actually save money over the course of 20 years or more because of spray foam’s unique ability to perform at optimal levels for extended periods of time.

7. Eco-Friendly

One of the most common inquiries made about spray foam insulation is if it is eco-friendly. Our answer is yes! There are several reasons for this.

 

  1. Spray foam helps reduce energy consumption and create a ‘green’ household.
  2. Protects against moisture and mold growth
  3. Designed to last indefinitely, producing fewer consumed materials

 

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