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Hurricane Preparedness

Updated: Jan 27, 2023

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Category 4 hurricane, could possibly impact coastal U.S. by Wednesday and into the weekend. Reports predict Coastal NC will experience at the very least heavy rainfall, strong gusts of wind and local flooding.Hurricane Preparedness and taking steps to protect our homes, businesses and families is now more important than ever! Follow updates on If you don't already have hurricane shutters in place, get started with a consultation, so you will be ready for the next tropical storm or hurricane emergency.

Hurricane Preparedness Begins With Hurricane - Rated Shutter Protection. They have a variety of benefits, even beyond the impact-tested hurricane protection that make them a must have along the Atlantic Coast. * Rated for up to 200 mph wind speeds * Storm protection from hurricanes and damaging storms * Secures against break-ins * Protection against extreme temperature and damaging sun fade * Reduces annoying outside noise * Easy to use with flip of the switch operation – 5 control options available * Pull Down Shutters also available, just pull down and lock! Many of our shutter solutions also meet some of the most stringent requirements in our nation, such as Miami-Dade HVHZ Building code, Florida Building Commission (FBC), Texas Department of Insurance (TDI) and Wind/impact test approved.

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