Hurricane Resistant Aluminum Doors
When you choose aluminum hurricane doors, you’re not only going
for safety, strength and durability, you’re making a wise financial
Our aluminum hurricane doors are designed to withstand Category 5 wind speeds.
Our small missile or large missile impact-resistant door glass is formed via permanently bonding two pieces of glass to a tough, resilient plastic film known as an interlayer.
The laminated glass may crack upon impact, but the pieces adhere to the protective interlayer. This un-breached interlayer will protect your family and your home and contents from the damaging effects of the elements.
Aluminum hurricane doors for strength.
Aluminum is lightweight but surprisingly strong, offering a superior strength-to-weight ratio: it's strong enough to resist some denting but doesn't become brittle or susceptible to warping in extreme temperatures like steel or wood.
Aluminum doors resist corrosion.
Aluminum forms a thin layer of aluminum oxide when exposed to the air. This layer seals the metal and prevents further oxidation.
Your aluminum door will last for many years without rusting.
Aluminum hurricane doors suit your pocket.
Custom-made or off-the-shelf, your aluminum doors will be a lot less expensive than most doors made of other materials. And aluminum’s strength and durability will keep your long-term maintenance costs next to nothing.
Aluminum is versatile too, easily fashioned into different designs, adding style to your home, and can be sized to fit existing or new construction openings.
Impact windows are fitted with 7/16” or 5/16” glass resulting in a desirable side-effect—superior noise control.
Florida’s Best® impact-resistant doors.
Our models all comply with the 2004 Florida Building Code, and are Miami-Dade County approved.
Lite configurations available:
Choose from a variety of glass styles or tints:
Choose from a variety of oxidized* finish colors:
*Paint is baked onto the aluminum offering exceptionally low
Other considerations when choosing a door style:
Aluminum Patio Doors – also called Sliding Doors
Find out why our aluminum doors are Miami-Dade Building