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HURRICANE STORM PANELS

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 Engineered to meet the most stringent wind codes

White aluminum panels offer high velocity hurricane zone protection and easy installation while providing an aesthetically pleasing alternative to mill finish or clear panels.

Excellent Durability and High Velocity Hurricane Zone Performance

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Protexan Panels

Rock-Solid Durability

Enjoy a Protected View with Clear Protexan Panels -Clear Protexan panels are installed in the same way as aluminum panels. You can intermix aluminum panels and clear Protexan panels within an opening to provide light and visibility. They are made from extruded polycarbonate, our clear Protexan Storm Panels offer high velocity hurricane zone protection with a view. These panels are extremely lightweight and offer good light transmission.

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Maximum Protection

Ease Of Installation

Your entire house can be secured in as little as one hour (depending on size and location). Our panels are designed to slip into an upper header track and fasten to a lower track with washer-basedwing nuts. Tracks are available in white and come in a variety of different types to accommodate your window or door opening. Galvanized steel panels, our most cost effective product, lend themselves well to commercial establishments as well as residential and provide heavy-duty security where needed.

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 Excellent Durability

High Velocity Storm Protection

We offer the highest quality storm panels in the industry – custom designed and engineered to each specific opening at your home or business. Our 2” or 2 ¼” profile design has approximately 25% more strength than a flat panel or plywood and has been engineered to meet the most stringent wind codes in the country.

Easiest set-up for your home or business

Simple Installation

Our removable Storm Panels provide the most cost-effective protection against the violent ravages of Hurricanes and Tropical Storms. Their rock-solid durability and easy set-up makes our Storm Panels an absolute necessity anywhere storms and hurricanes threaten the safety of your property. Our .050″ aluminum storm panels, as well as our clear polycarbonate panels, have been engineered to meet the most stringent wind codes in the country.

Our panels are designed to slip into an upper header track and fasten to a lower track with washer-based wing nuts. Our tracks are available in a white finish. Our panels can also be attached directly to the wall without tracks by concrete anchor and stainless steel screws (depending on siding). Our panels have a compact design that allows for easy storage in your garage or shed.

One of the best ways to prepare for a hurricane or any storm is to install hurricane panels on your windows. Hurricane panels are made of two layers that are sandwiched together, typically fiberglass and asphalt. This material is then attached to the roof and has holes that allow water vapor through but not rainwater. Hurricane panels also have an extra layer of protection in that they can be installed during heavy rain as well as high winds, which leaves them protected from debris such as branches and leaves when they’re installed during a storm.

Hurricane panels are one of the best ways to prepare for a hurricane or any storm because they provide protection against high wind gusts, heavy rains and even flying debris from trees or other objects blown about by strong winds. The panel coverings consist of two layers – typically fiberglass with asphalt – which sandwich together with holes in them so water vapor can escape but not raindrops themselves.

Hurricane storm panels are usually made from lightweight plastics and aluminum. They are designed to form a barrier against hurricane-force winds, heavy rains, and flying debris. Hurricane panels can be installed on the roof of a home or building in order to provide protection against severe weather conditions. 

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