CGI Windows and Doors are one of the pioneers in the impact window and door industry and they were one of the first to provide laminated glass that was strong enough to adhere to the strict guidelines of the Miami-Dade County building code requirements. Over the years, CGI® has worked hard to build a reputation and name as one of the leading hurricane window manufacturers in the United States.

Energy guidelines change on a regular basis, which creates a demand from consumers for CGI® to not only offer aluminum but also vinyl impact resistant windows. Vinyl is the perfect material to make energy efficient windows as they offer an additional layer of energy efficiency and it is very easy to use, which made it an ideal choice for CGI® when they wanted to create new and better products to add to their existing product lines. In January 2014, Targa by CGI® was introduced to the market and ever since then it has gained several rave reviews.

Here are some reasons why you would want to choose vinyl hurricane proof windows that are offered by CGI®.

  • They offer superior strength and security, as Targa windows have what is called a lift assist constant alliance system, which makes it easy to use and the window operation will be durable for years to come.
  • CGI impact resistant windows are made with vinyl that is of a pharmaceutical grade, so it can provide homeowners with top quality safety features, which pass all the performance test that these types of windows have to undergo to get certified as impact resistance.
  • No longer will you have to worry about water or air infiltration, as these windows come with weather stripping that has multiple layers in the jamb to give you the best level of protection. And the impact glass is thicker than what you will find in other energy efficient window products from other manufacturers.

Here are some of the more popular styles of CGI storm windows that are available:

  • Single hung
  • Designer fixed
  • Fixed windows
  • Project out or Awning windows
  • Casement windows
  • Horizontal rolling

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