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Storm Solutions Blog

How To Choose A Hurricane Resistant Garage Door

Posted by John Lemonakis on Jan 22, 2014 6:38:02 PM

Garage-Door-1Garage doors protect your vehicles, lawn equipment, and other possessions hidden inside; yet in hurricanes and other severe windstorms, they represent a vulnerable opening of up to 300 square feet of your home. Your best protection is to choose a hurricane resistant garage door that is impact-rated to meet Florida building codes and to have it professionally installed to ensure best performance.

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Topics: Hurricane Protection, Garage Doors

 


Does Your Southwest Florida Home Require Turtle Glass?

Posted by John Lemonakis on Dec 19, 2013 7:03:11 PM

Many home and business owners in Southwest Florida need to adhere to laws for the use of outdoor lighting, and may also be required to install green tinted turtle glass on windows of Gulf-front properties to diffuse light coming from the inside.

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Topics: Impact Windows, Commercial Glass & Window Installation, Turtle Glass Windows & Doors

 


Extend Your Outdoor Living Space With Screen Enclosures

Posted by John Lemonakis on Dec 13, 2013 4:24:00 PM

DSC_2536apinMany homes in Southwest Florida capitalize on the beautiful views by adding large windows, doors with side lights, and other architectural features to let in natural light. Living space also tends to flow out onto decks and porches, outdoor kitchens, pools and canal-side or Gulf front cabanas to take advantage of the warm weather. By adding screen enclosures with sturdy screens that will not only keep out insects, you can extend your outdoor living space and enjoy it year round.

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Understanding The Different Types Of Hurricane Screen Systems

Posted by John Lemonakis on Dec 6, 2013 2:46:00 PM

Before--After-2.3Hurricane screens are some of the most economical ways to protect large openings, including retail storefronts, home lanais and porches. If you've never thought of using hurricane screens instead of impact windows or hurricane shutters, learn a little more about the options from Storm Solutions.

Benefits Of Hurricane Screens

If you're a home or business owner in Southwest Florida, you probably know just how valuable hurricane shutters and impact windows can be. However, in some cases they're just not practical, whether this is due to a large space or budget constraints. Hurricane screens are less expensive than hurricane shutters or impact windows, which makes them an attractive choice for home or business owners who are interested in protecting their structure in an economical manner.

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Topics: Hurricane Shutters, Hurricane Protection, Hurricane Screens

 


How To Choose Between Hurricane Shutters And Impact Windows To Protect Your Home

Posted by John Lemonakis on Oct 3, 2013 1:33:00 PM

If you live anywhere in Southwest Florida, from Naples to Port Charlotte, you know how important it is to protect your home from a hurricane. However, whether you choose hurricane shutters or impact windows is entirely up to you. Before you make a decision on the best way to protect your Naples, Fort Myers or Punta Gorda home, learn about both hurricane shutters and impact windows.

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Topics: Hurricane Shutters, Impact Windows

 


Can Hurricane Shutter Installation be a DIY Project?

Posted by John Lemonakis on Sep 12, 2013 1:50:00 PM

We’re in the middle of storm season and if you’re a homeowner or business owner in Southwest Florida, you know how important hurricane shutters can be. Without them, your place is vulnerable to the gale force winds that can rip through Collier County, Lee County and Charlotte County during major storms and hurricanes.

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Topics: Hurricane Shutter Installation