Hurricane season is approaching in the Southern Hemisphere, and hurricane shutters are an important part of hurricane preparation. These storm doors protect your home from Mother Nature’s force when a hurricane approaches. Hurricane shutters are designed to withstand hurricane-force winds and flying debris that can happen during a hurricane. They also help reduce damage to your house by providing protection against hurricanes’ heavy rains, which can cause water intrusion into your home’s interior. Here at Harper’s Hurricane Protection and Screen Enclosures, we offer many different styles of hurricane shutters for various types of homes, so call us today for more information. Information can be found here.

Hurricane shutters are designed to protect your home and family from hurricane-force winds. When hurricane season is upon us, it’s time to start thinking about hurricane shutter installation. Many people want hurricane protection for their homes but don’t know where to turn when they need to purchase a set of hurricane shutters. You should call your local storm guard window company today. See here for information about A Guide to Hurricane Shutters: Benefits and Types.

Hurricanes are

some of the most powerful natural forces on Earth. They can cause hurricane shutters to be a necessary addition to protect your home from hurricane-force winds, torrential rains, and flying debris.

Things people should know before researching hurricane shutter prices include whether or not their home is in an area prone to hurricanes as well as if they have any other storm windows (e.g., patio doors) that need protection against wind damage. There are two main types of hurricane shutters – those made with vinyl boards that require drilling into the frame for installation and plywood panels that can be screwed in.

Plywood hurricane shutters are made from a single piece of plywood and consist of the following: an upper trim, lower-trim, exterior panel with frame edge banding, interior panel, full-length stop bead to keep panels together at hinges, or hurricane straps for securing onto roof rafters without drilling into them.

Harper’s Hurricane Protection and Screen Enclosures recommends installing hurricane shutter hardware on all windows facing high winds – this includes sliding glass doors that have been converted into large storm windows by adding hurricane protection kits as well as any other type of window you may have such as casement (hinged) or fixed style. The company also advises homeowners not to skimp when it comes to buying durable materials for hurricane shutters.