Why Choose ES Windows & Doors Why Choose ES Windows & Doors ES windows are industry leaders when it comes to offering the best solution for state-of-the-art technology infused within their hurricane impact windows and doors. Other companies charge more for various enhancements that ES Impact Windows offers as part of a standard impact window and door. ES Windows is well known for its architectural designs. In more than 27 countries, ES Windows is well renowned for its architectural shapes and designer glass. For us at Caner Impact Windows, it was important to be able to offer our customers the chance to upgrade their impact windows and doors with features that would typically cost at least 25% to 40% more elsewhere. They provide impact windows in three distinct segments: Elite, Prestige, and Commercial. You can choose from a large variety of different products in each ES Impact Window line. Single hung windows, casement windows, horizontal rollers, fixed windows, sliding glass doors, and french doors are all available in all the popular styles and configurations. Their skilled team of engineers and designers created the ES line of high-end impact windows and doors to fulfill the demands of homeowners, builders, and contractors. ES Windows provide products that surpass the strict Broward, Miami-Dade, and Palm Beach County regulations and are efficient, long-lasting, and reasonably priced. With more than 30 years of expertise producing windows and doors, ES Windows has built a solid reputation for offering dependable goods that adhere to contemporary aesthetics and are environmentally beneficial in a way that lowers energy expenses for households. ES windows also outshine their competitors in many regards, even the durability and overall quality of materials used on their products show in real-life results from rigorous testing. The minimal PSF for ES Windows is +80 -80, which is 10% greater than PGT, CGI, and ECO. Larger spans are offered for luxury homes with large windows because of their strength. To prevent the aluminum frame from fading and rusting, Kynar or Durastar coating is included on all windows and doors as standard (other manufacturers charge 15 percent to 20 percent more for this). Stainless steel hardware is standard on all windows and doors (other manufacturers charge 5 percent more for this). There is a three-point locking system on every French door which is another major advantage over their competitors. In addition to the loaded features that come with ES windows, are also the fact that they offer Low E windows with a gray tint. Due to their unique manufacturing technique, the glass has a true gray hue and a lower SHGC since the Low E coating is applied to the gray tint rather than the other clear pane of glass (as low as 0.28). For the same option, most manufacturers would charge a 10–15% premium.