Impact-tested and certified windows and doors offer incredible protection against dangerous storms, but there’s one big drawback: their cost.
To add hurricane-proof windows to your home or business, you must replace your existing glass— often also requiring you to replace the frames, for proper fit and security. This can turn into a big project, requiring time and money that you may not be prepared to invest.
Get the protection you need, with less stress on your wallet, with the versatility and strength of hurricane shutters.
Hurricane shutters appeal to many home and business owners alike because of the lower cost and ease of installation over impact windows.
Because hurricane shutters can be affixed to your window, vs. needing to replace the glass or framing, there’s less labor and alternation involved.
Plus, many shutter types are removable, granting you the freedom to leave them off until hurricane season rolls around: offering the clean look and light control you desire.
We even offer Bertha™ roll down aluminum shutters for garage openings, extending beyond your window treatments needs, with high-strength aluminum alloy doors.
All our storm shutters also meet or exceed Miami-Dade NOA (Notice of Acceptance) standards for Florida building codes. That means, both your home and business will be safeguarded with tested and certified window treatments, proudly approved for those living in the sunshine state, specifically.
Unlike some other storm solutions, our hurricane shutters are made in the United States— supporting jobs right here at home.
We even offer local installation by factory-trained installers. Each member of our team is fully licensed and insured, so you’ll never be responsible for any additional costs during the install.
Here at Storm Solutions, we offer a full line of standard and custom sized hurricane shutters, including:
From the various stacking options and widths of our stylish Accordion shutters to the permanent shade protection of a set of Bahamas, there’s options for almost any home or business.
Not sure which option is best? Check out our article, which compares each type of hurricane shutter, to choose the right kind for you.
Have you considered similar window treatments, like Storm Screens or Storm Panels? You’re not limited to just shutters, afterall. Hurricane panels can be installed on an easy-to-use track, while screens are ideal for lanais or pool for that open-air look.
Learn more about hurricane shutter installation and service for residential and commercial customers in the Southwest Florida area of Naples/Marco Island, Fort Myers/Cape Coral, and Port Charlotte/Punta Gorda.
We offer a full line of standard and custom size...
Explore what makes our Storm Solutions hurricane shutters different, then give us a call at (239) 567-9772 or fill out this form. We’d love to schedule a time to meet one-on-one to discuss your vision.