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Why should I get hurricane shutters?
They protect against wind and wind-borne debris. These shutters protect not only the windows or doors they cover, but also possessions and people inside the building. Once a window or door has been breeched by hurricane winds tremendous pressure is brought to bear on interior walls and upward pressure on the building's roof. This can lead to roof failure which exposes the entire contents of the building to the storm. Shutters are a first line of defense against the hurricane.

Bahama Shutters - Hurricane Shutters

 
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Landshutters provides Bahama shutters, one of the most popular types of hurricane shutters in Florida. Bahama shutters provide a number of benefits to your home and are easy to use. Bahama shuttersprovide an elegant, tropical touch to your home's decor. Often installed on homes built in the 1950s or 1960s, Bahamas are very popular among homeowners in South Florida once again.

In addition to architectural elegance, Bahama shutters are an attractive alternative for hurricane protection, shade for your home from the hot Florida sun, and provide an extra, essential layer of security.

Bahama Shutters meet the Florida building code for hurricane shutters. Our shutters come in several different colors to choose from. Choose colors that work well with your house color and the Bahama shutters can act as a beautiful accent peice to your home.

Additional Information on Bahama Shutters

Bahama Shutters are also known as Bermuda Shutters or Bahamas shutters, but are both referring to the same product. Bahama shutters are very popular in tropical regions, specifically in Florida, where hurricanes are very common. One of the benefits of Bahama shutters are their ability to offer good ventilation to your home. The shutter allows air to pass through and enter your home while providing shade from the hot Florida sun.

Bahama Shutters are constructed of horizontal fixed slats called louvers. The louvers are slanted downward to push rainwater down and away from the window. They are most often made from wood and painted with exterior grade house paint to accent the house colors.

Landshutters can provide Bahama Shutters to:

 

Broward County, FL
Palm Beach County, FL
Martin County, FL
St. Lucie County, FL
Indian River County, FL
Brevard County, FL
Volusia County, FL
Flagler County, FL
St. Johns County, FL
Duval County, FL

 


Contact Landshutters about installing Bahama Shutters for your home.

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