Accordion Hurricane Shutters are permanently installed for year round protection. They fold back compactly similar to a louvered door to be as inconspicuous as possible. Installed beside windows and doors, balconies, and large patio openings, our hurricane shutters are convenient and easily closed within minutes. They lock from the inside or outside for increased security and protection. Accordions are made of aluminum and should be cleaned and lubricated yearly. The Bertha HV™ Accordion shutter is truly one of the best accordions on the market today. Its blade has been designed to reduce stacking while enhancing its strength.

Accordion Shutters for Hurricane Protection on a Home in Wilmington

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Features & Benefits:

  • Improved fit and appearance when compared to competitor's shutters.
  • Rapid response to storm threats - closes quickly to protect your opening in the event of a storm.
  • Convenience - no more putting up, taking down or storing panels.
  • No storage space needed - permanent installation of accordion shutters frees up valuable storage space. Puts an end to putting up and taking down storm panels throughout the season.
  • Provides added security with choice of either inside or outside locking mechanisms.
  • Available in colors of White (WH), Ivory (IV), and Bronze (MB).
  • Unobstructed View - in the open position the accordion is equally stacked to both sides which offers a full view.
  • Energy efficient - In closed or semi-closed position accordion reflects sun's harsh rays and provides shade.
  • Privacy - In the closed position the accordion shutter restricts ability to see into the opening.
  • Increases value of your property- Permanent hurricane protection is seen as an upgrade to your property.
  • Minimal Maintenance- aluminum construction needs only occasional washing as needed and regularly scheduled lubrication of plastic rollers and locking mechanism with a silicon based product.

Our Accordion Hurricane Shutters Meet and Exceed Florida Storm Codes. Click HERE, HERE, and HERE for Full Documentation.