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We've always had shutters. Now,due to the fact we're getting older and lazier are looking into hurricane windows in a few of our windows. Will retain shutters in others for awhile.

Question is about the construction of the impact windows:

There are several recommended dealers we're researching.

The windows are double-paned and between the glass panes is either AIR or ARGON gas. One dealer tells us Air is better in South Florida and ARGON better in Northern climates. He says that the Argon tends to "leak" and cause condensation in our climate. The other dealers all specify the Argon glass is best.

We're researching all this now however wondering if anyone on the board has any experience in knowedge re. the above options????

TIA
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