Once you protect your home with quality hurricane shutters from Volusia County Hurricane Shutters, you can ensure the longevity and beauty of shutters with proper maintenance.
We’ve compiled the maintenance instructions for each type of hurricane shutter in one place, so you don’t have to search all over the internet for this valuable information.
To improve the longevity of your storm shutters follow these three maintenance tips for accordion shutters:
Maintenance on Bahama shutters is simple, quick, and easy. To keep them functioning properly just lubricate the thumbscrews a couple times per year with “Never-Seize”. You can also ensure the beauty and longevity of your storm shutters by giving them a fresh coat of paint every couple of years.
Before the next hurricane season arrives, it’s important to check your Colonial shutters for proper function and do a bit of preventive maintenance. Here’s how to maintain your Colonial shutters through another hurricane season:
Roll down shutters require regular maintenance, but keeping them in good condition will ensure their longevity and protect your home for many years to come. Here are your quarterly maintenance tips for roll down shutters:
Here are the steps to maintaining your hurricane screen to protect your investment. After use,
To maintain your investment, pull your storm panels out of storage once per year (before hurricane season) and inspect them for corrosion, debris, dents, or other damage.
After use, carefully wash each panel with soap and water. Dry the aluminum storm panels completely and stack flat on a horizontal surface for storage.
Remember to label the shutters as you remove them for easier installation in case of another tropical storm.
The beauty of clear storm panels is that they are very low maintenance. They will not rust, crack, peel, or yellow. Clear storm panels don’t require painting or lubricating. As long as you store them properly, they should last a very long time. Clear hurricane panels are a much better investment than plywood and will eliminate that “in a cave” feeling common with most other types of hurricane shutters.
To maintain Lexan hurricane panels, simply wash with soap and water after use. Dry each panel and lay flat to store.
Maintaining your galvanized metal hurricane shutters is simple.