Full Service Hurricane & High Impact Window Protection Company
Welcome to Hurricane Home Protection Inc. Our customized hurricane shutters fit any single-family home, condominium or business. All of our shutter systems provide extraordinary strength and stability for hurricane and home security protection.
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About Hurricane Protection
Hurricane Protection Inc. is designed to provide quality links to reputable companies that can provide the best in accordion, roll-up, panels and other types of shutters. Our services include service and repair, products, supply, professional installations, and custom manufacturing.
The accordion shutters are also great options for openings, doors and windows, and secured with lock and key. Bahama shutters come in aluminum, composite, or wood, and protect your windows from shattering during a storm. Our roll-up are perfect for the outdoor living space and protect your furniture from rain, sun, and hurricanes.
Our pricing guidelines are generally done by the square foot and should give you a fair assessment of what a reputable shutter dealer will charge you. From our measurements, you’ll receive an esimtaed rate immediately, based on the number of products or windows you’ll be installing.
We have access to replacement parts and different models to help make your old shutters look brand new. We also do a hurricane inspection and can advise you on the condition and compliance of your protection. Give us a call if something isn’t working right!
The supply includes many different products and a variety of selection, which makes us the best choice for builder and contractor supply. We supply your accordion, roll-up, and panel shutters, as well as metal panels, custom entry doors, and more. We are a licensed general contractor in Florida with custom installation services.
Our extensive knowledge in hurricane protection and precision retrofit installations shine with our methods, and make it last a lifetime. Our craftsmen are always training and improving.
We Specialize on High-Rise Installation
Hurricane Protection Inc. provide High-Rise Buildings and Condominiums. We have over 20 years of experience installing and servicing hurricane shutters, panels & high impact windows for residential and commercial buildings, including high-rise condos.
However, installing your hurricane protection is not something you want to do yourself. Some products, such as shutters, come with challenges when installed onto building or homes. There are permits to consider, how the pieces will be installed to the windows, measurements, building codes, and more.
We are a licensed professionals who have worked with condominiums before. We make the process as smooth as possible because of the additional challenges of the condo building, and we handle them with ease. We make sure no process is overlooked so you don’t get any additional fees, non-compliant products, or anything needed to have re-done.
We Offer The Best Products, Installation & Customer Satisfaction!
Designed to provide quality links to reputable companies that can provide the best in home protection shutters.
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High Impact Windows
When you hear a hurricane is coming, the first thing on your list is to protect the windows. Even a category 1 hurricane considered “mild” is going to reach up to 95mph. Any violent storms create massive destruction and carry debris with fast winds. Are your windows able to handle that kind of impact?
Broken windows do cost thousands to replace and any damage to your property, as well as the structure. It’s also important to note that poor quality windows can also threaten the safety of your family or employees.
Impact Window Types
To have quality windows, you need hurricane-tested windows: high-impact. We offer tested impact windows against all types of Florida storms and hurricanes.
- Single hung windows
- Picture windows
- Projected and Casement windows
- Horitzonal roller windows
Each window comes with benefits and choices of standard or premium. The frames made with vinyl and alumnimum meet impact resistant requirements of Florida Building Codes. The other models include added insulation and more than one pane, with coating options of energy-efficient varieties.
Our glass types include designed types, which includes:
We also have different tints and glaze.
Each are a variety with different designs and architectural styles. The mountings are also optional with Colonial and Brittany looks. Keep your home and business protected with style and high-impact windows.
How Secure Are My Windows?
Tempered glass is heated to 1300 degrees and it’s cooled immediately, creating a glass resistant to impact and variations in temperature. Compared to standard glass, when broken, it breaks into tiny cube shapes and makeing it far safer than dangerous large pieces.
It is approximated that tempered glass is 4 to 5 times stronger and is titled “safety glass” due to how it breaks. While it is stronger than annealed, it’s technically not hurricane resistant, and needs some kind of hurricance shutter.
Laminated glass comes in three layers: two layers of glass with strong polyvinyl butrayl, with an interlayer bonded with heat and pressure. This strong interlayer keeps the glass stuck in place when broken, and each thickness of layer depends on the application. It is the highest standard of impact resistance in the country and window manufacturer.
Polycarbonate or optical-grade acrylic are better alternatives compared to glass windows. Their sheeting is light, high-strength, and lower cost. They offer great benefits like laminated and tempered glass in the sense they don’t break easily, and it holds together rather than breaking into dangerous shards. They can withstand 17 times the impact of traditional glass.
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