In many coastal cities, homeowners use hurricane shutters to protect windows and doors from dangerous high-speed winds, rain, and flying debris. Hurricane shutters help prevent glass breakage, which can cause stress to the structure of the house from incoming wind pressure.
There are several different types of hurricane shutters available, giving you plenty of options to choose from depending on the style of your home and your budgetary restrictions. Styles of hurricane shutters include automatic roll-down, awning, accordion, Bahama, storm panel, and plywood shutters.
Before purchasing hurricane shutters, consider the following: Will it take longer than two hours to put up the shutters? Does your homeowners association have restrictions on hurricane shutters? Don’t rely on tape to protect your home; secure your home, and give yourself peace of mind by installing hurricane shutters. Call a Best Pick to learn more.