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Everything You Need to Know About Bahama Shutters

Posted by Jimmy Hawley on Jul 7, 2021 4:30:00 PM

If you take a drive around any neighborhood in Southwest Florida, you'll notice that Bahama shutters are surging in popularity. Bahama shutters add a beautiful tropic look to Florida homes, which is just one of the reasons they are so popular in our area!

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These shutters are popular, not only for their beauty, for their sturdiness and ability to protect homes from the strong winds and rain that occur during a hurricane. Bahama storm shutters are quickly becoming the shutter of choice for new homeowners, landlords, and people remodeling their homes.

 

What are Bahama Shutters?

Bahama shutters are a type of window shutter that is mounted on the exterior of a home or commercial building at a 45-degree angle. They're hinged at the top of the window, making it easy for homeowners to pull them over their windows before a storm. Bahama shutters can remain propped open at all times, left partially open, or completely closed for privacy.

Bahama shutters have been used in the Caribbean for centuries as protection from the intense heat of the sun. They're quickly gaining popularity in the Southern United States and are a great way to shade their home from the sun. Bahama storm shutters are most often seen on gazebos, verandas, and residential homes. These shutters protect your home from the sun, provide privacy from neighbors, and even allow for a nice breeze from outside.

 

What are the Benefits?

  • Storm protection: The main function of Bahama shutters is to provide protection during a hurricane. The hinges are located at the top of the window. They are thick and durable enough to withstand the strong winds and heavy rain of a hurricane. When you install Bahama window shutters, there's no need to board up your windows prior to a hurricane. All you need to do is close your shutters, and deployment takes minutes as opposed to hours.
  • Privacy: Another benefit of Bahama shutters is that they add privacy to your home. With the way the shutters are designed, you can see out and outsiders cannot see in. That is true even when the shutters are fully open, so you can feel secure in your home and still enjoy plenty of light.
  • Shade control and light regulation: Florida is known for its extremely sunny days—it’s the Sunshine State after all! This is perfect for the hot, sunny months that Southwest Florida is accustomed to. Too much light from the sun can also cause higher temperatures inside the home. Bahama shutters can help regulate this problem and keep your home cooler.

 


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Bahama Shutters Offer a Stylish Look

Bahama shutters are more aesthetically pleasing than regular aluminum hurricane shutters. Bahama shutters are very attractive and do a great job at enhancing the look of your home. They can be customized to blend into your home and the overall look and feel, giving lasting curb appeal to your property.

Bahama shutters are usually made out of sturdy aluminum, but they can also be made out of wood. Some people choose wood, but most people prefer aluminum because of its long-lasting properties. Bahama shutters can be made to fit almost any window shape and size. Bahama storm shutters come in a variety of colors to either match the color of your home or to provide a bit of color.

 

Bahama Shutter Installation 

Bahama window shutters are a great choice for people who are looking for an aesthetically pleasing form of hurricane protection they can keep up all year long. If you're in the market for Bahama shutters, we can help. Contact Storm Solutions today, to learn how Bahama storm shutters can look great and protect your home the next time tropical weather strikes.

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