The cam lock pulls your window sash together to keep it locked, secure and weather resistant. Cam locks are found on double hung and sliding windows.
Along with impact resistance, Simonton StormBreaker windows feature an double-strength, 1″ insulating glass unit with ProSolar® Low-E Glass, Argon gas and an Intercept® spacer system. Additional glass options enhance privacy, fade protection and protects sensitive turtle nesting sites.
ENERGY STAR® Certified
Simonton offers region-specific glass packages that meet ENERGY STAR guidelines for optimal energy performance and comfort in any climate.
Featuring an opaque white interlayer, optional obscure laminated glass provides complete privacy while maintaining natural light. Obscure glass with a textured pattern also enhances privacy.
ProSolar® Turtle Glass delivers superior energy efficiency, glare resistance and meets turtle code requirements by only allowing 40% of visible light to be projected through the window to the shore.
Select StormBreaker Plus windows feature standard heat-strengthened tempered glass that is stronger than regular glass and safely breaks down into pebbles if broken. Tempered glass is often a building code requirement for use in bathrooms and windows near the floor.
Choose architecturally inspired grille profiles and patterns to highlight your home’s character. Grilles are placed between the glass to create a smooth, easy-to-clean surface on the inside and outside of your home.
Simonton StormBreaker Plus operable windows include an extruded screen frame with matching finishes and fiberglass screen mesh designed to allow fresh air in and help keep insects out.
Double Hung & Sliding Window Screens
Double hung and slider windows feature a durable extruded screen frame with a concealed spring system for easy removal. The standard half screen can be upgraded to full screen on select windows. Choose aluminum screen mesh for increased durability.
Casement & Awning Window Screens
Hinged windows have a full extruded screen frame with fiberglass screen mesh placed on the window’s interior.