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New Impact-Resistant Glass from Simonton Windows

Simonton Windows has recently launched SafePoint, an assortment of laminated glass for doors and windows. The assortment is available in the Simonton ProFinish Brickmould 600 selection. The product offers many attractive features such as durability against collision, ability to endure severe weather conditions, safety against trespassers as well as prevention of external sounds.

SafePoint glass package in Simonton ProFinish Brickmould 600 windows helps keep unwanted noise outside the home.

Ken Kubus, Marketing Manager of the coast for Simonton Windows, underscores the various advantages of the glass assortment and points out that it is conducive to a safe and peaceful home. Kubus also stresses the usefulness of the glass for homes situated anywhere in America, especially those situated in noisy locations. Besides the other features, this glass also offers protection from heat, ultraviolet and other harmful rays, thus maintaining the interiors at a cozy ambience. Through these aspects, expenses for cooling and heating the interiors get considerably reduced.

The SafePoint glass product line meets high standards of architectural aesthetics and is also easy to install and maintain. The windows and doors have varied finish and offer different choices to customers. The glass, besides being capable of withstanding multiple blows with heavy objects, is also adaptable to the fixing of deadbolts and sophisticated alarm systems for additional security. Along with the attributes of durability, safety and cost saving, the ProFinishBrick mould 600 selection also offers an additional advantage of a 20-year limited warranty coveringany defect in the product.

Simonton Windows have earned a name for customer satisfaction with respect to doors and windows. It has ranked high in customer evaluations among many other similar product providers over the previous year.

Source: http://www.simonton.com

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