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How Impact Windows Pay Off

11 Jul, 2014 by admin

We’ve talked in this space before about the benefits of impact windows in areas like ours where the potential for hurricanes and the strong winds associated with them is always a looming threat. Preparing for a hurricane means either protecting your windows or replacing them with wind resistant impact windows, and while there’s certainly a
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Hurricane Shutters Protect More Than Windows

04 Jul, 2014 by admin

When a hurricane is headed toward your home or business, it’s already too late to take substantive steps toward protecting your possessions or your investment; the time to protect your home with hurricane shutters is before disaster strikes, not after. Shutters offer a level of protection and convenience that simply can’t be matched by plywood
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Impact Windows Protect Against More Than Just Hurricanes

13 Jun, 2014 by admin

For parts of the country that have seen the effects of hurricanes, there’s no better tool in the architectural toolbox than impact windows. These specialty windows are engineered to withstand not just the high winds associated with tropical hurricanes, but also the impacts from flying debris — and the WinGuard impact-resistant windows (and doors) we
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Impact Windows Protect Against More Than Just Hurricanes

06 Jun, 2014 by admin

For parts of the country that have seen the effects of hurricanes, there’s no better tool in the architectural toolbox than impact windows. These specialty windows are engineered to withstand not just the high winds associated with tropical hurricanes, but also the impacts from flying debris — and the WinGuard impact-resistant windows (and doors) we
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Thinking About Roller Shutters

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29 May, 2014 by admin

Exterior roller shutters have hollow or foam-filled interlocking aluminum or plastic slats that form a fairly rigid protective barrier over a window when deployed and roll up neatly into a valance at the top of the window (or terrace door) when not in use. The slats typically fit into edge tracks and provide full privacy
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