Hurricane Impact Glass

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Hurricane Impact Windows and Doors

Russell Glass Company offers hurricane protection for homes on the Texas Gulf Coast that not only meet the Texas Department of Insurance Building Codes but exceed them. Impact-resistant windows and doors provide peace of mind protecting coastal homes from hurricane-force winds and flying debris to ensure that even after impact, the glass remains in the frame. 

Russell Glass Company is the Gulf Coast Distributor for both PGT WinGuard windows and Neuma Doors. These impact resistant products were designed and tested to Florida’s Miami-Dade protocols.PGT is a leading authority on hurricane protection. They’ve been developing windows that withstand the forces of Mother Nature since 1996. The PGT WinGuard products combine heavy-duty frames with impact-resistant laminated glass manufactured to tight technical specifications. The result: effortless protection that guards against hurricane damage and intruders while providing protection from ultraviolet light. These windows qualify for the government’s energy tax credits in the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 providing an incentive to homeowners for energy efficiency improvements made to their homes in 2009 and 2010.  Neuma Doors has over 25 years of research, development and design invested in their products. They combine high-impact fiberglass panels, 100% composite door jams and impact-resistant glass into doors that can withstand the harshest treatment and provide a superior defense and reassurance in hurricane locations. 

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Russell Glass

2611 S Austin Ave, Georgetown, Texas 78626, United States

512.863.4527

Normal Business Hours

Monday through Friday 8 am to 5 pm

Closed Saturday and Sunday


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Russell Glass is a U.S. EPA Lead-Safe Certified Firm, trained and accredited in the use of lead-safe work practices. Lead poisoning is often associated with lead dust that is created during renovation and remodeling. It’s often from the paint that was used in many buildings and homes constructed before 1978. Lead poisoning can cause a wide rang of health issues. This program is prevention-based, cost-effective and a long-term bargain. The EPA is encouraging consumers to choose firms that have been trained in this area.