Should I Have Hurricane Shutters?
If you live in an area where hurricanes are prevalent, you'll eventually need to decide whether you should have hurricane shutters on your home.
Hurricane shutters protect your home's windows and doors from high winds and projectiles in the event of a tropical storm or hurricane. There are a plethora of options when considering materials and style. They come in roll-down, accordion, Bahama, or colonial styles, and they can be made of wood, high-tech fabric, fiberglass, or metal.
Quality hurricane shutters will meet one of several testing standards and have a proof-of-compliance sticker on the package. If you don't see that label on the product, it has likely not been tested to withstand the impact, pressure, and cycle tests that your home could face in the event of a hurricane.
Hurricane shutters are custom fit to your home, and for this reason, they must be purchased prior to an impending storm and installed by professionals.
Hurricane preparedness, including installing shutters, is primarily used on properties in states along the Gulf and Atlantic coasts where hurricanes and tropical storms are common. If you reside in an area known for these types of storms but are unsure whether hurricane shutters are a worthy investment for your property, contact your local emergency resources. They can provide information about your area's evacuation zones and whether your location is deemed high risk for wind damage or debris during a storm.
We are a small family run business that supplies Superior Storm Shutter Solutions custom made to fit your home. Trusted service and experienced installers that can provide you with the peace of mind that your home is truly protected. To request a quote and view our hurricane shutter products book a consultation online or simply give us a call at (321) 750-5300