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Protecting your home's openings from winds and wind blown projectiles is the single most important step a homeowner can take in protecting the structure from serious damage. If you can keep the wind outside, you and your belongings will be safe inside. Unprotected windows can be penetrated easily by wind borne debris in severe windstorms allowing damaging water and wind to enter your home. Once the window glass fails, the subsequent pressurization of the home can cause total destruction of the home.
With the exception of impact-resistant window glass, all glass, even if it is tempered, reinforced or insulated, needs to be protected during a severe wind storm.
Hometown Contractors, Inc. offers a variety of products to protect your home's openings. These options include: Hurricane Windows, Aluminum Storm Panels, Clear Storm Panels, Accordion Shutters, Bahama Shutters, Colonial Shutters, Roll Down Shutters, Fabric Shield Storm Panels and Steel Storm Panels. All protection offered from Hometown is tested and approved for wind load and wind borne debris.
Ask Hometown how to receive a 20% discount on your wind storm premium through a state mandated wind mitigation credit, when protecting all openings on your home including windows, doors, garage door and gable vents. For more information regarding the 20% discount call Hometown Contractors at 1-866-420-2811 or Request a Free In-Home Design Consultation.
Regardless of the protection a homeowner chooses, it is imperative the product is installed properly. Hometown Contractors permits every job requiring a local building official to inspect the installation and verify all the current building codes are met.
Plywood Shutters the Last Resort for Hurricane Protection
Covering your windows and doors with plywood should only be a last-resort alternative to rated hurricane shutters. Plywood that is not properly attached to your house can rip off during high winds and become a projectile that can cause serious harm to your and your neighbor's property.
The Myth of Masking Tape
Many people still believe they can use masking tape to protect their windows when a hurricane is on its way. This is a myth. Imagine a mail box that has been ripped from the ground, post and all, by a 120 mph wind gust. A dangerous projectile will not even slow down as it passes through masking tape. Windows are best protected with impact-resistant glass or hurricane shutters.
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