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Types of Hurricane Shutters and What You Should Know

Posted by Jimmy Hawley on Sep 23, 2021 11:57:00 AM

Types of Hurricane Shutters and What You Should Know

Hurricane shutters are designed to block your home from flying debris carried by gale-force winds and your family from injury. Due to the risk of hurricanes in Southwest Florida, many new homes are built with hurricane shutters and impact windows and doors. Older homes can also be retrofitted for optimal storm protection.

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Topics: Hurricane Shutters, Hurricane Preparedness, Accordian Shutters, Roll Downs

 


Hurricane Shutters vs Windows: Which is a better investment?

Posted by Jimmy Hawley on Sep 22, 2021 2:04:00 PM

Hurricane shutters vs windows: Which is a better investment?

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Topics: Hurricane Shutters, Impact Windows, Hurricane Protection, Hurricane Preparedness, Hurricane

 


Understanding The Different Types Of Hurricane Screen Systems

Posted by John Lemonakis on Sep 15, 2021 2:46:00 PM
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Topics: Hurricane Shutters, Hurricane Protection, Hurricane Screens, Hurricane Preparedness

 


Upgrade Your Outdoor Living Space With A Lanai Screen Enclosure

Posted by John Lemonakis on Sep 1, 2021 4:24:00 PM

Many of the homes in Southwest Florida make the most of beautiful views by adding large windows, doors with sidelights, and other architectural features to let in natural light. Living spaces also tend to flow out onto decks and porches, outdoor kitchens, pools, and canal-side or Gulf-front cabanas to take advantage of the warm weather.

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Topics: Hurricane Screens, Screen Enclosures, Screen Lanai, Pool Cage Screen

 


How Much Will Hurricane Shutters Cost?

Posted by Jimmy Hawley on Sep 1, 2021 3:00:00 PM

In Southwest Florida, hurricane shutters can be an easy way to protect your home or business from gale-force winds, sheets of rain, and dangerous projectiles. But how much will these shutters cost you? Hurricane shutters are often less expensive than impact windows, which makes them more accessible to homeowners on a smaller budget.

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Topics: Hurricane Shutters, Hurricane Protection

 


Don't Be A Victim Of Insufficient Hurricane Insurance After A Storm

Posted by Jimmy Hawley on Aug 30, 2021 2:00:00 PM

hurricane insurance after a stormAs victims of Hurricane Sandy and other storms found out, insurance companies were overwhelmed by calls from thousands of claimants after the storm. It turned out that after a long wait, many people had claims closed without payment. Often, the cause of the denial was that their insurance was insufficient or it did not cover the type of damage that occurred. Common situations were that homeowners failed to have flood insurance, while businesses did not have flood insurance or business interruption insurance.

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Topics: Hurricane Shutters, Hurricane Protection, Hurricane Preparedness, Hurricane

 


Tips To Make A Sliding Glass Door Open And Close Easier

Posted by Joe Paschitti on Aug 19, 2021 8:00:00 AM

The humid beach climate of Southwest Florida makes it challenging to keep your glass sliding doors in excellent condition. Salt water, sand, humidity, and simple everyday wear and tear can damage the door and tracks, making it difficult to open and close the doors. Fortunately, we know how to make a sliding door slide easier. There are a few things you can do as a homeowner first. If those do not work, it may be time to reach out to the professionals.

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Topics: Window Repair & Service, Sliding Glass Doors, Sliding Glass Door Repair

 


Preparing For a Storm with Boat or Mobile Home Hurricane Shutters

Posted by Jimmy Hawley on Aug 12, 2021 3:00:00 PM

preparing for a hurricane in a mobile homeIn Southwest Florida, you may enjoy vacationing in a mobile home or spending time on your boat, but when there's a hurricane coming, there is one thing you need to do: evacuate! Neither a boat nor a mobile home is made to withstand high winds. In short, mobile homes and hurricanes don't mix! 

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Topics: Hurricane Protection, Hurricane Preparedness, Tropical Storm, Hurricane

 


The Benefits Of Motorized Retractable Awnings

Posted by Jimmy Hawley on Aug 3, 2021 10:30:00 AM

motorized retractable awning in cape coral florida

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Topics: Hurricane Preparedness, Roll Downs

 


Hurricane Shutter Pricing Guide

Posted by Jimmy Hawley on Jul 21, 2021 10:40:00 AM

Pricing: Storm Panels, Shutters & Screens, Cheapest to Most Expensive

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Topics: Hurricane Shutter Installation, Hurricane Shutters, Hurricane Shutter Cost