Shutters

Hurricane shutters remain the most economical solution for most homeowners to protect window openings in a storm, although hurricane-proof glass is increasingly popular. Prepare ahead of time.


Storm Panel hurricane shutters


These aluminum shutters attach to the walls around windows and doors on bolts or tracks. Storm panels are corrugated, and each piece overlaps the next for maximum strength. There are several styles of storm
panels to choose from.


The first style incorporates both tracks and bolts. The top of the panel
is slipped into a track above the window, and the bottom of the panel
is secured to bolts that are permanently attached beneath the window.


The second style uses a set of C-shaped tracks above and below the windows and doors. Bolts slide into the tracks from either side and must be manually aligned with the holes on the panels.


The third style uses only bolts permanently set into the wall beside the windows and doors. They can be loosened as the panel is hung horizontally, and screwed down to secure it.


 Most inexpensive of the permanent shutter systems.
— Removable, so they don’t change the look of the house when not in use.
—┬áStrong, and can provide excellent protection for both doors and windows.


Accordion Hurricane Shutters

This one- or two-piece hurricane shutters are housed beside the windows or doors when not in use. They unfold accordion-style to cover and protect during a storm.

— Permanently affixed beside the windows and don’t require any extra storage space.
— Can easily be made storm-ready by one person.
— Some models can be locked with a key and may be used as a theft deterrent.

We also have the following:

Roll up Shutter

Bahama Shutter

Colonial Shutter