Living in South Florida, you know that a big storm or hurricane can strike at any time. Are you prepared for when the next big storm hits? Taking precaution and being prepared for a big storm is essential, and there is no avoiding that we will have significant storms in the future in South Florida. For the best hurricane shutters in West Palm Beach, FL, turn to our trusted professionals at Screen Builders.
Hurricane season in South Florida runs from June 1st to November 30th. During this time, we are most likely to see a hurricane occur. With hurricane season just around the corner, now is the time to take preventive measures to ensure your home is prepared if we get a major storm. Don’t wait until it’s too late, take action now to protect your home.
If you already have hurricane shutters installed in your home, you should occasionally check to ensure they are in good condition and work properly. The last thing you want is to need to use your hurricane shutters and then realize they are broken or damaged. If you are having trouble with your hurricane shutters, trust our professionals to take care of any problem you may have.
If a major storm is looming, you’ll want to deploy your hurricane shutters anywhere from 24 hours in advance of when the storm is expected to hit land. You do not want to wait until the last minute, in case you need to take care of other tasks such as stock up on food, water and other essentials.
Screen Builders invented removable screen panels for your screened enclosure. Simply remove the screen panel when there is a hurricane alert, allowing the strong winds to blow through and not ripping or destroying your screen enclosure. After the storm has passed simply replace the screen panels. We know you’re probably thinking, “Well I already have a screen enclosure without removable panels so I’d need to install a brand new enclosure.” Not to worry, we can retrofit your existing enclosure with our removable screen enclosures. Call us today at (561) 793-6029 to learn more about our removable screen enclosures to ensure you’re prepared for the next time a storm passes through the West Palm Beach area.