CGI’s Sparta Brings Strength and Affordability to Homeowners

When considering an upgrade to impact-resistant windows, there are many options to choose from and cost is likely a big part of the decision. For years, a value-custom option for impact-resistant windows wasn’t available to homeowners. While the unmatched safety and protection that impact-resistant windows provide is as clear as the windows themselves, purchasing impact-resistant windows can seem financially out of reach. To better meet the needs of all of our customers, CGI is proud to offer Sparta, our all-new value-custom impact-resistant window line. Now having impact-resistant protection from storms is more attainable than ever.

Sparta is here
As a leader in the impact-resistant window industry, PGT Innovations recognized the need for a value-custom impact-resistant window line, and we’re excited that CGI is launching Sparta to fill that need. With Sparta, you can expect the same strength, quality, and performance you’ve come to expect from other CGI products at an affordable price. These durable value-custom windows will keep your home and loved ones safe from the next big storm. Sparta windows offer passive protection, meaning there is no need to apply cumbersome plywood or storm shutters prior to a storm. Sparta provides all the window protection you need, at a price you can afford. The decision to upgrade to impact-resistant windows has never been easier.

Available in Single Hung, Horizontal Roller, Fixed, and Architectural styles, Sparta windows are constructed with strong aluminum frames. The window line can withstand a design pressure of up to +55/-65 pounds per square foot and offers powder coat paint, corrosion-resistant hardware, and standard stainless steel assembly screws. Sparta windows hold a Florida Product Approval, are ideal for both new construction and remodeling, and are easy to install.

Safety beyond hurricanes
Designed to stand up to hurricanes and tropical storms, Sparta impact-resistant windows are the smart choice for other safety reasons, too: they provide protection from potential intruders, significantly reduce outside noise, and prohibit 99% of ultraviolet rays from entering your home. When you choose Sparta, you’re not simply designing a house — you’re building a home.


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  • garth harris says:

    I am presently under contract with one of your dealers, I purchased the Sentinel product line, what are the differences with this offering and the Sentinel.

    • Debbie says:

      Mr. Harris,

      Thank you for reaching out to CGI Windows and Doors with your interest in our product lines. We have replied to you via email with all the details. Thank you!

  • Wanda Buchanan says:

    I have recently been given a quote for Sentinel product line also. I have the same questions as above.
    I also would like to know if Sentinel windows have the Miami-Dade stamp of approval. I’d like to see a product data sheet on Sentinel metal hurricane windows which includes the type of coating applied to the aluminum. I’d also like to see a complete warranty. Thanks for your assistance.

  • David G Ford says:

    What Single-Hung Windows do you sell that meet Miami-Dade TAS 201,202 and 203 or ASTM E1886 and E1996 impact tests?
    What is HVHZ? How are the Windows attached to the Buck to achieve your design pressures? Will your Windows protect up to 200mph Wind?

  • Jane Schwartz says:

    I’ve purchased windows from Florida window and doors July 2017 There several issues regarding these windows which they now are blaming on you the manufacturer. I don’t seem to be getting the permit closed due to these issues . Do you stand behind your products

  • GARY GRIMM says:

    does the Sparta line comply with Miami-Dade hurricane codes

  • Nancy Prothers says:

    I am having the Sentinel windows installed today. Are these rated as high as the Sparta? What are the differences?
    Nancy P.

  • Rebecca says:

    I am purchasing estate windows for hurricane and security reasons I wanted to double check they do not require shutters during a hurricane. I already have sentinel upstairs also the same question do they require boarding or shutters also?

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