A FEW WORDS ABOUT US
Who Are We and What Do We Do?
We Provide the Best Storm Protection for SE North Carolina
We have proudly serviced cities from Myrtle Beach, SC up to north of Jacksonville, NC. Our products for storm protection comply with both Florida and North Carolina storm codes. All of our hurricane shutters and protection, for windows and doors, are custom manufactured from superior materials that help to protect against water, debris, and provide additional security for your home. We take pride in building, measuring, and installing our products resulting in the quickest and best service possible.
Due to this we can provide hurricane shutters in Myrtle Beach, hurricane shutters in Wilmington, and all up and down the Eastern Carolinas in a prompt manner that justifies the hurricane shutters cost.
Are you one of the many consumers that love the look of Bahama shutters but dislike the obstruction of your view? With normal bahama shutters, the blades do not fully open and obstruct the million dollar view of the water, your yard, or simply your neighborhood. Well fear that no more! Our new 4″ blades fully open and you can clearly see outdoors and let in as much natural light as you wish!
These 4″ blades provide almost unlimited view, and are opened and closed by simply turning the blade stack with a turn of the wrist. Bahamas are powder-coated any of over 200 colors at no extra charge
Our Quality Vendors
REGARDING HURRICANE FILM
One way homeowners have tried to protect their windows from storms is through the use of safety and security films. However, as a result of a new law in 2011, this film should not be considered hurricane resistant in Florida.
These are the most stringent hurricane codes, and the ones that we adhere to when installing in North and South Carolina. The film makes the windows more shatter resistant but DOES NOT make them impact resistant to hurricane borne debris.
On its own website, 3M clarifies that its line of “Safety and Security window films are not hurricane proof, earthquake proof, bulletproof, bombproof, nor burglarproof. They are designed to make window glass more shatter resistant.” They also make it clear that “this product is not approved in the State of Florida for uses a hurricane, windstorm, or impact protection from windborne debris from a hurricane or windstorm” and states that in compliance with Florida Statute 553.842, the product cannot be advertised as “impact resistant.”