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Hurricanes In Florida and Caribbean Islands

Florida has quite a history with hurricanes. Because it is near the tropics and westerly winds blow off the African coasts along the equator, Florida is vulnerable. With some major hurricanes behind us, people are wondering what the next years and decades will bring.

Although some say that we left a rough time behind us, research shows that the worst Florida hurricanes are yet to hit this area. Hurricane experts have been researching the possibilities for future hurricanes based on the statistics taken in the last 100 years.

Hurricanes are very common for the Gulf Coast area and the Atlantic seaboard, but the south-east shore states have experienced some of the most intense hurricanes in the recent few years. From the 2000s and onward, Florida has been hit by some devastating hurricanes that caused huge damage worth millions of dollars, with Hurricane Michael and Hurricane Katrina being two of the strongest in recent years.

Living in Florida, especially in the coastal areas means you have to deal with hurricanes and tropical storms. Hurricanes happen every year in Florida without a break.

Protection in Hurricane Affected Areas

Although the whole territory of Florida is prone to hurricanes, some cities are on major impact lines than the others. Since there is no way to be completely protected from catastrophic hurricanes and storms, it’s a good idea to think of effective ways to protect your home and family.

This can be achieved by investing in high-quality hurricane impact windows and doors as provided by Superhouse hurricane approved windows. Our products are specially designed to provide maximum security from high-level hurricanes, strong winds, and blasting noise. Hurricanes are one of the most damaging things that Mother Nature can throw at people. Of course, it only pertains to those who live on or near the coast. Still, you want to make sure that you’re doing your part. You probably leave when the state officials tell you to do so, but that doesn’t mean your home is protected.

It’s important to have hurricane windows & doors in Florida so that you don’t have to worry as much about flying debris and missile-like projectiles doing significant damage. Also, it’s essential to understand what factors to consider when buying hurricane windows in Florida so that you pick the right ones.

Protection in Hurricane Affected Areas

Florida Product Approvals (FPA)
Miami Dade NOA'S

Since 2005, Superhouse has been exporting middle and high-end aluminum doors and windows to the United States, including energy-saving thermal-broken windows, residential system windows, commercial system windows. It is proud that our products have received good feedback from the local market in the United States.

In 2017, Superhouse invested hundreds of thousands of dollars to develop doors and windows that meet the local requirements of Florida. After many tests, we have obtained FPA certification: FL29092, FL29474, FL30906, FL30922, FL30923, FL32506, FL40279, and so on.

Unlike the rest of Florida, windows and doors in the Miami-Dade area are more demanding. In 2021, Superhouse started to focus on the research and development of high-performance hurricane-resistant windows again, and then in 2022, Superhouse took the lead in becoming the first company in China to obtain the Miami Dade NOA certification, which means that our hurricane windows have also obtained the miami dade county approved.

Export To Florida & Caribbean Islands

Superhouse has exported impact doors and windows to Florida zones for more than 5 years, and has served customers in more than 10 countries and regions including Florida and the Caribbean countries, which include: Florida, Barbados, Turks and Caicos, Puerto Rico, Bahamas, Haiti, Dominica, Grenada, Trinidad and Tobago, Cayman Islands, Dominican Republic, Aruba, Curacao.

Our impact doors and windows to Florida and the Caribbean, are widely used in residential and commercial buildings, most of which are used in hotels. These products include: impact sliding doors, impact awning windows, impact horizontal sliding windows, impact bifold doors, impact french doors, impact storefront doors, impact fixed windows.

We have been serving the hurricane-resistant door and window market for more than 5 years. We have served more than 500 customers, some of them are builders, some are construction companies, and some are house owners. We have received a lot of good feedback that our impact resistant doors and windows are of great quality, inexpensive and have all the local certification reports (FLORIDA PRODUCT APPROVALS / MIAMI DADE COUNTY NOA’S) for impact window and door products.

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Why Choose Superhouse

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Real Factory

Wholly Owned Factory

20,000 Square Meters Workshop

Two CNC Production Lines

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Export Experience

19 Years Of Export History

Exported To More Than 50 Countries

Serving Over 12,000 Overseas Users

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Quality Assurance

76% Automated Operation

Advanced Process Management

10 Years Warranty 


Florida Approval


FL Approval: FPA,


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Cost Reducing

High Quality, Not Expensive

Saving 15% At Least VS Your Local Sales

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Windows Performance

Thermal Broken

Acoustic Performance

Hurricane Rated, Impact Resistance

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Fast Delivery

Delivery Within 28 Days At The Fastest

Production Once Receiving The Deposit

Strictly According To Your Project Progress

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After Sales Service

Reply Within 24 Hours

Provide Solutions Within 3 Days

Installation Instructions Are Available



With Florida Product Approval (FPA), Approved by Miami Dade County NOA’S,


Caribbean Islands

We export impact windows to Caribbean islands, like Bahama, Puerto Rico… …

Hurricane Impact Windows

Hurricane Impact Doors

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There are a number of ways that impact-resistant windows are rated, but one of the most common incorporates the Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Wind Scale that is used to classify hurricane strength according to wind speed. Here’s what that breakdown looks like: 

Category 1 – With 75 to 95 mph winds, the power of this storm is likely to damage roofs, gutters, trees, utility poles, and power lines. 

Category 2 – Described by the National Hurricane Center as extremely dangerous with winds of 96 to 110 mph, a storm in this category is capable of causing extensive damage, even to well-built homes. 

Category 3 – With winds of 111 to 129 mph, this category of hurricane is capable of inflicting devastating residential damage. 

Category 4 – Considered capable of causing catastrophic damage, storms in this category have sustained winds of 130 to 156 mph. 

Category 5 – A storm with winds of 157 mph or higher is likely to cause catastrophic damage to a high percentage of homes in the affected area. 

Impact Resistance Test

Florida Product Approvals

Casement Window FL41884
Horizontal Sliding Glass Window FL30923
Window Wall FL29474.1
Window Wall FL29474.2
Fixed Window FL40279
Awning Window FL30922
Awning Window FL41883
Single Hung Window FL46774
Outswing French Door FL41525
Sliding Glass Door FL41360
Outswing Glass Door FL29092
Sliding Glass Door FL30906
Bi-fold Door FL32506

Miami Dade County NOA'S

Awning Window 22-0125.01
Casement Window 22-0125.02
Sliding Door 23-0119.02

Superhouse for your peaceful life!

Superhouse guarantee your safety with impact resistant windows.

“Life is colorful, you always deserve it”

Impact windows and doors are designed to resist shattering when struck. Engineered with laminated glass, hurricane windows are held in place by a durable interlayer that stays intact even upon serious impact, protecting against the most extreme weather elements. They also provide increased home security, noise reduction, and convenience.

Latest Projects We Did


5 Star Resort

Project Area: 3500 sqm
Project Location: 965 UNIVERSITY PKWY, SARASOTA, FL 34234

galaxy hotel 11 floors

Galaxy Hotel 11 Floors

Project Area: 5200 sqm
Project Location: 1st Street N. and 3rd Ave. N in downtown St.Petersburg, FL

Kosher House

Kosher's House

Project Area: 1200 sqm
Project Location: 5530 S. STATE ROAD 7, HOLLYWOOD, FL 33314

Condo Hotel

Condo Hotel

Project Area: 1100 sqm
Project Location: 7491 W lrlo Bronson Hwy Kissimmee, FL 34747

Airport Hotel

Airport Hotel

Project Area: 2600 sqm
Project Location: 965 University Parkway Sarasota, FL 34234

La Quinta Inn

La Quinta Inn

Project Area: 1400 sqm
Project Location: Highway 98, Mirimar Beach, Walton Country, Florida

Savannah East Commercial Building

Savannah East Commercial Building

Project Area: 770 sqm
Project Location: Trinidad and Trobago

Private House

Private House

Project Area: 480 sqm
Project Location: Tampa, FL

Caribbean office building

3F Office Building

Project Area: 1400 sqm
Project Location: Montserrat, Caribbean

Barbados private house

Barbados Private House

Project Area: 480 sqm
Project Location: Barbados, Caribbean

Jamaica house

Jamaica Tom's House

Project Area: 160 sqm
Project Location: Jamaica, Caribbean

Turks and Caicos house

Big House In Construction

Project Area: 550 sqm
Project Location: Turks and Caicos, Caribbean