Architectural Shape Impact Windows
Special architectural shape hurricane impact windows are often used to complement other windows to add eye-catching detail and architectural statements to home design. They are available in hundreds of geometric shapes and styles including round, oval, half-round, triangle and trapezoid, providing endless design possibilities.
SIW Solutions will help you choose and customize the right architectural shape windows to complete the design aesthetic you're looking for in your window replacement project.
Special Shape Hurricane Windows
Marvin Coastline architectural shape impact windows are built to protect your family and home from the hurricane conditions experienced in Palm Beach County and Broward County. The frames of our Coastline architectural shape impact windows are made with extruded aluminum making them highly curable and low-maintenance. Impact-resistance glass is glazed directly to the frame, eliminating the need for a sash with our optional narrow frame specialty shape windows.
SIW Solutions is committed to providing premium impact windows and doors, expert installation, and exceptional customer service.
Beauty and Aesthetics
Designed with meticulous attention to detail, Coastline special shape impact windows are available in hundreds of geometric shapes from circle, to triangle, hexagon, and more. Customization opportunities and versatility across architectural styles make Coastline special shape windows ideal for a wide range of project types and the most ambitious design challenges.
Protection and Performance
Special shape hurricane windows are made with extruded aluminum frames and impact-resistant glass. Extruded aluminum allows for narrow window frames that provide a clean, shutter-free aesthetic to your home. Outfit your windows with insulated glass to help conserve energy or choose one of our laminated tinting glass options to increase privacy while reducing solar heat gain.
The laminated impact glass in our architectural shape hurricane windows is effective at reducing irritating and disruptive outdoor sounds like heavy traffic, barking dogs, or noisy neighborhoods, while resisting hurricane forces.