Our expert storm shutter installers call Glenwood, Florida home. You might see us at Publix, the local drive-through, or on a ladder measuring your neighbors windows.
We value our customers and call many of them friends.
Are you a Glenwood local? We’d love to stop by and give you a free estimate to install your storm shutters.
Our customer service team is timely, professional, and ready to help you protect your home from the next storm.
There are several different types of hurricane shutters available to protect your local Glenwood home. As you conduct your search, be sure to choose a hurricane covering that has been approved by the Florida Building Code and/or Miami-Dade County Building Code.
Plywood is not an approved protective hurricane covering and is not guaranteed to protect your Glenwood Springs home from small or large missile impacts during a hurricane.
Here is a list of the different kinds of approved storm shutters for protecting your home or business during a hurricane:
Keep in mind that awnings are generally not rated to protect your Glenwood Springs or Glenwood Park residence from storm damage. To see the other storm shutter options available, schedule a free in-home estimate with one of our expert Glenwood storm shutter installers.
Just call (321) 384-9334 to speak with one of our customer care team!
Storm shutters are made of a few different types of materials, depending upon which covering you choose. They might be made of aluminum, fiberglass, galvanized metal, polycarbonate, or wood. These materials are very strong and durable. Some are used to make space shuttles, body armor, military vehicles, etc.
For example, accordion shutters are generally made of aluminum. Bahama shutters can be made of either aluminum, fiberglass, or wood. Colonial shutters, roll down shutters, and storm panels are generally made of aluminum. However, storm panels can also be made using a see-through polycarbonate material which is just as strong and durable as aluminum. Finally, hurricane screens can be made of laminated or cast PVC, polyamide (used to make body armor), or polypropylene.
We proudly install top quality storm shutters in all of Volusia county, including beautiful Glenwood.
We believe every one of our neighbors in Glenwood deserves to feel safe in their home. It is our duty and privilege to help you protect your Glenwood home or business the best way possible while sticking to your budget. Before you get discouraged thinking that you simply cannot afford to protect your home from hurricane damage, give us a call.
We can customize a storm protection solution that’s just right for you.
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