Florida isn’t a stranger when it comes to hurricanes. Also known as a tropical cyclone, these storms are incredibly strong and can devastate your home if you’re not equipped to handle them. Floridians do a lot of preventive measures to protect their home from hurricanes, such as boarding up windows and moving furniture
At ArmorGuard Exteriors, we offer homeowners additional protection from the devastating effects of hurricanes with our retractable hurricane screens. Learn about the benefits of our hurricane shutter installation.
Hurricane Screens: What They Are Made Of
Our hurricane screens are made with aramid and polyester fibers, the same material used for ballistic body armor. This gives your outdoor space additional defense from storm-driven projectiles and debris that can otherwise wreck an unprotected home.
Our screens are motorized and come with a specialized PVC coating. As a result, our hurricane screens double as a shade. Functionally, our hurricane screens have the same protective capabilities as aluminum roll shutters. Ours, however, still allows light in so you can enjoy the views of your exterior space when the sun is out.
Excellent Wind Resistance
Our hurricane screens can withstand up to 200 mph winds. We’re proud that the state of Florida has certified our products for use in high-velocity and hurricane-prone zones. To give homeowners peace of mind, we regularly test our products, including our deck awnings, to ensure that they protect your home from strong winds, wind-driven rain and flying debris.
Easy to Use Protection
Our Hurricane screens are easy to use. With a push of a button or a turn of a handle, you can retract, remove, and store your hurricane screens when not in use. Our hurricane screens also come in a range of colors and we can custom-fit them to your home’s unique aesthetics.
ArmorGuard Exteriors can install durable hurricane screens and an attractive deck canopy in your home. Call us today at (904) 872-1712 to learn more about our products and services.
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