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How Are Hurricane Shutters Operated

How Are Hurricane Shutters Operated?

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A hurricane, one of the strongest natural disasters, can wreak havoc on your property. As the storm moves in, the windows of your home are particularly at risk from the strong winds, heavy rain, and flying objects. When it comes to protecting your windows, high-quality hurricane shutters are your best bet.

Tell me about hurricane shutters

In the event of a hurricane or tropical storm, American Hurricane Shutters provide a long-lasting defense for your windows against flying objects, precipitation, hail, and hurricane winds. So that you can find the perfect pair for your home and your security needs, these shutters are available in a range of styles.

Variety of Hurricane Shutters

Hurricane shutters come in a range of styles, each with its own set of advantages and challenges. Given your preference for temporary installation over permanent shutters, you have more options. Gain a better understanding of each kind to determine which one is ideal for your house.

Roll-Up Shutters

There are many popular hurricane protection options, and these aluminum window barriers are long-lasting, easy to install, and convenient. Various designs are available for these permanent shutters, allowing them to complement the exterior of any home. When it comes to roll-up shutters, you can choose between automatic and manual controls. To top it all off, roll-up shutters offer practically impenetrable security protection for your property.

Wind, rain, and flying debris can’t damage roll-up shutters because of their extra-strong construction. The shutters are attached to the top of your windows and glide along a system of end-retention tracks. As they are able to be rolled up when not in use, they will not detract much from the aesthetic of your property’s exterior.

Bahama Shutters

In terms of proven durability, no one does it better than Bahama shutters, also known as awning shutters. By combining the low-profile look of wooden shutters with the strength of aluminum, these shutters are thoughtfully designed. The use of Bahama shutters has been all the rage recently.

These Bahama shutters are permanently installed on top of the house and have arms that can be adjusted to open them at a 45-degree angle from the bottom. Before a hurricane hits, the shutters are lowered and fastened with locking pins to ensure they will stay closed. Shutters made of bahama wood are impervious to force and can keep air pressure from shifting within your house.

Accordion Shutters

The value of accordion shutters is unmatched by other hurricane shutter options. You can use these adaptable shields on doors and other wide surfaces like patios, balconies, and terraces.

An accordion shutter’s extruded aluminum panels expand in tandem with a top and bottom track. When locked together, the panels offer complete protection from strong winds, flying objects, and even criminals trying to gain access. Accordion shutters are versatile and can be adjusted to fit any specific window or door security requirements. They are also intuitive and easy to operate.

Colonial Shutters

Stylish and functional, colonial shutters shield windows from tropical storms and hurricanes without sacrificing historical charm. Hurricane protection for your windows lasts a lifetime with these permanent shutters. You can get colonial shutters crafted from wood, metal, or even fiberglass.

Traditional colonial shutters are two-piece louvred shutters that mount to the outside wall of your house, right next to the window. When you need to quickly cover a window, just fold the two sides of the shutters together.

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