They are heavy, they are bulky, they are shiny; what I am talking about are the metal hurricane shutters. They were all the rage thirty years ago when Florida was getting hit with hurricane after hurricane. These were created when nailing plywood to cover windows started causing more damage than preventing it. But that was … Continued

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If you live in Florida there are certain rules you have to abide by when owning property and land. There is a variety of things to use from protection from wind such as shutters, fabrics, panels and more. Depending on what region you are in, certain protection is appropriate for your house or business. Impact … Continued

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Plywood is a simple go to type of shutter to install when a hurricane comes. Put they are a hassle to take down and they also cause damage on your walls, not to mention they do not look pretty. If you prepare and install your own hurricane shutters, you will be prepared and prevent damage … Continued

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Do You Have It? If a hurricane is coming, you might put up shutters and buy some extra water and call the hurricane preparedness successful. But what happens when you have unforeseen damage: like a tree falling through your window? You might already be covered for some hurricane damage in your insurance policy. There hasn’t … Continued

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Garage doors are most of the time sturdy and reliable during everyday usage, but will they hold up during a hurricane? A garage door can be easily over looked when preparing for a hurricane. They are the largest opening, causing it to be the weakest opening. With high winds and debris a garage door can … Continued

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With all the different types of hurricane shutters and hurricane protection equipment available, it might be difficult to find the right one’s that fit your house and windows. Here is a list of different shutters available that might be right for you. Types of Shutters Roll Down Shutters Very easy to install and provide comfort … Continued

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Florida is known for the sun, surf and sand. The weather is beautiful most of the year, and because of that, people tend to spend their time outside. Patio sets, decks with grills, pools and much more are some things one would own on their outside property. When a hurricane comes these things, along with … Continued

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Hurricane season predictions - 2015.

The Atlantic Hurricane season, which lasts from June 1st to the end of November and peaks in the beginning of August through the end of October. Hurricanes originating along the Atlantic coast greatly affect the entire coast of Florida. While Florida residents have undeniably been devastated by major storms over the course of the past … Continued

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Hurricane shutters FAQs and answers.

If you have been living in Southern Florida for any extended period of time, you are likely familiar with the devastation major storms are capable of inflicting on homes and residential buildings. In fact, much of the devastation caused by major hurricanes could have been prevented had proper preparedness measures been taken to ensure the … Continued

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Preparedness tips and tricks.

Hurricane preparedness is an essential aspect of Southern Florida living. If you have not taken the proper steps to ensure that your home is safe in case of a major storm, it is pertinent that you begin taking measures as quickly as possible. Southern Florida is overdue for its next major hurricane, and it is … Continued

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