Aluminum Single Hung Impact Windows

 

Premium features and impact resistance makes 185-techHomeRite’s attractive windows a superior choice— especially in high winds. Available in both aluminum and cellular construction, Impact products are designed to resist impact from wind-borne debris, protecting the inside of a home in a storm. The clear poly material sandwiched between two sheets of glass helps the windows to remain intact, keeping air and water out. In addition to impact resistance, the windows boast a variety of convenient and energy-saving features.

 

Technical Details

  • 2″ frame depth (with Side Loaded Sash)
  • Exterior Glazed Frame and Sash
  • 5/8″ Block and Tackle balance type
  • Sweep Lock with Interlock at Meeting Rail
  • Single-Glazed Option available Contoured Aluminum Simulated Divided Lite (SDL) Grids on Exterior
  • 1/2″ Front “Florida Flange” w/ Easily Accessible Pre-Punched Installation Holes
  • Half screen may be installed from inside or outside
  • AAMA Labeled and NFRC Certified; Energy Star Qualified in select configurations

 

Optional Features

5/8″ Insulated Glass option available with 5/8″ Flat Grids between glass (GBG)

Nail Fin Version Available for Wood Framing

Multiple Unit Configurations available in Continuous Head and Sill in Fin and Flange (Up to 6/0 fin/6 tall flange

Full line of specialty, transom and picture window configurations

Available in white, bronze, or almond

 

Color and Styles

Color Combination Options:

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Interior Grilles:

HomeRite offers a choice of flat or contoured to complement your home’s exterior and interior appearance.

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Interior Grid Styles

HomeRite offers a variety of grid style choices to further enhance the custom look of your home’s exterior and interior appearance.

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Glass Options

HomeRite offers you a choice of clear glass or obscure glass- perfect for bathrooms or anywhere both privacy and light are desired. *Tempered safety glass also available and may be required.

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