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Roll Down Hurricane Shutters

Homeowners that live on or near the beach and coastal line love what comes with living near the ocean, for example, awaking to that salty air, seagulls gracefully gliding and floating on air currents, and the sound of ocean waves magisterially rolling in. Living near the ocean has all of these wonderful benefits and homeowners want to protect their homes from potential hurricanes and strong windy storms. Hurricane shutters play a major role in the protection of your home from these natural disasters. There are many options of hurricane shutters, of these many people prefer Roll Down Hurricane Shutters because of their ease of use! You can be “Hurricane Ready” in a short time with your Roll Down Hurricane Shutters. Bringing down the shutters can be done either by a manual crank or by motor. These hurricane shutters are made from impact resistant extruded aluminum and meet hurricane code requirements.

Adds Immediate Value To Your Home & Immediate Peace of Mind To You And Your Family
All homeowners want to add value to their homes. With Roll Down Hurricane Shutters not only do you add immediate value to your home but you also add immediate peace of mind to you and your family because when that big storm does approach, you don’t need to worry about how long it will take to deploy your shutters. Roll Down Hurricane Shutters deploy quickly.

An Additional Benefit
When you are away from your home, for weeks or months, you can put your Roll Down Hurricane Shutters down to secure your home from break-ins through windows or doors.

Yes, Another Benefit
Many insurance companies will offer you a reduction on your insurance bill after you have installed hurricane shutters. This is a long lasting savings!

Give us a call and one of our staff will give you more information. We will also come out to your home and do a detailed walk through of how these or any of our shutters can protect your home. Call us at 239-449-8420. If you like what you see here, go over to our Facebook page to see more of our projects.

* Photo credits: Taken by Robert Kaufmann/FEMA in Galveston, Texas, September 30, 2008 – This house on the beach facing the ocean on the gulf coast side of Galveston Island survived Hurricane Ike because of mitigation measures taken. Storm shutters covering every opening and stilted structure prevented major damage to this house.

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