• Sarah Ward

Hurricane Protection. Let's talk about just that.

Make sure your home is safe during a hurricane or any tropical system by investing in these hurricane protection features. We can break the different kinds down for you to give you an idea of what to expect.


When you want to get beyond the plywood, everyone just calls it Hurricane shutters. These are one of the most common forms of protection and the most economical means of protecting your windows, your home, and your family during a storm. Hurricane shutters also add value to your property. The way these shutters work and how they look we will break down below.

Corrugated Storm Panels: They are available in Clear Poly-carbonate, and .050 Aluminum. They stack neatly into a tight stack for easier storage. There are options for bolts and tracks but that does vary on your set up and code. These are one of the most cost-efficient systems. They are fairly easy to take up and down, but they do require storage. May require more than one person to set up when the time is needed so keep that in mind.

Fabric Panels: These "shutters" are lightweight, much easier to store and if needed can be hung alone. These are great for odd shaped windows and openings as it is flexible.






Accordion Shutters: These tight stack against each other for cosmetic appeal and less obstruction. These are permanently attached. They are easy to operate as there is no lifting and no need to find somewhere to store them.

Roll Shutters: These roll into place and are available in manual or electronic motors. These are permanently attached. They are easy to use and no need to find somewhere to store them. One person can operate them with a touch of a button or a pull of a handle.



Bahama Shutters: Low profile look of traditional wooden shutter but the strength to and durability of Aluminum. Beautiful style with safety and charm. Add some color and shade to your windows when you aren't worried about the next storm.

Colonial Shutters: Looks like traditional colonial decorative shutters but they are made of aluminum and offer exceptional protection for hurricane conditions. Easy to use and another option with no need to find additional storage.


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Escambia County, Santa Rosa County, and Okaloosa County. We offer limited services in Walton County and Baldwin County.

 

We service the areas around Pensacola, Milton & Pace, Gulf Breeze & Navarre, Pensacola Beach & Navarre Beach, Fort Walton Beach & Mary Esther, Destin & Miramar Beach, Crestview, and Holt. Since 2003, we have been providing the area with professional installation services with a locally run and operated office with the best customer service in the area. 

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