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HURRICANE RATED BAHAMA SHUTTERS

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A Tropical Island favorite for more than 50 years, our Impact Bahama shutters add exotic island flair, permanent shade protection, and excellent storm protection.

Our Bahama shutters are manufactured from heavy extruded aluminum. Our Bahama shutters are hurricane rated and permanently mounted above each opening on a 45 degree angle.

Tropical Island favorite

Excellent Storm Protection

The design of this modern Bahama shutter allows the homeowner to see through a perforated aluminum backing positioned behind the aluminum horizontal slats.

Bahama Shutters Are a Popular Choice

Bahama shutters are a popular choice for homeowners who want to protect their windows and extend the life of their roof. They are made from quality wood, come in various colors and styles, and have a lifetime warranty. They also offer protection from hurricanes through extra anchoring and strength, as well as protecting against insects.

Bahama shutters are a popular choice among homeowners who desire to protect their windows from the elements while also extending the life of their roof. Made with quality wood that comes in various colors and styles, Bahama shutters come with lifetime warranties for both workmanship and materials whilst also offering protection against hurricanes by providing more anchoring strength than typical window blinds would provide. This added protection against insects is an additional bonus as well!

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Exotic Island Flair

The design of this modern Bahama shutter allows the homeowner to see through a perforated aluminum backing positioned behind the aluminum horizontal slats.

Our Bahama shutters have been engineered to meet the most stringent wind codes in the country.

Bahama Shutters help protect your home from hurricanes and storms.

They keep the windows and doors intact. It is best to install them before any storm comes through because once they come in, it is difficult to remove them due to the weight of water. You should also make sure you have a backup generator installed so that your home has power if it goes out during a storm or hurricane. Bahama shutters are a great way for homeowners to protect their property from hurricanes and other severe weather conditions by keeping windows and doors intact. They also allow homeowners peace of mind knowing that these structures will withstand harsh elements like strong winds, heavy rain, high tides, etc., as long as they have been installed prior to any impending weather event occurring in one’s area of residence.

Bahama shutters are a type of shutter that is usually created from wood or aluminum. Bahama shutters are often used in Florida, where strong storms and hurricanes can tear through the state. These types of shutters come in all shapes and sizes but they can be up to 8 inches wide. The height is typically around 4 feet tall and they typically have a 1 inch by 3 inch window opening on each side. Bahama Shutters are a very popular product because they provide protection against high winds, water damage, hail damage and much more.

Bahama Shutters are a quick and easy way to cover the windows of your home. They allow light to come in while protecting them from the sun’s heat and harmful UV rays. It is a great way to add some style and variety to your home without having to replace your existing windows. Bahama Shutters come in many different styles and colors, so you can find one that matches the style of architecture on your house or fits with the overall look you want.

Bahama shutters are made with slats that slide back and forth to form an opening or a closed window. This eases the process of adjusting the amount of light in a room, while also providing protection from sun and wind damage. When Bahama shutters are drawn together, they form an airtight seal that blocks out insects, dust, pets and other foreign objects from entering the home. They can be adjusted to any width or depth desired.

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