Hurricane Storm Panels are currugated panels that interlock with each other to form a strong protection against the devastating winds of a Hurricane. 

Storm Panels

There are two types of installations to choose from: 
Direct Mount

DIRECT MOUNT INSTALLATION:

  • Panels installed directly on the wall using concrete anchors and stainless steel screws.

  • When panels are off, the screws are tighten to to wall for clean look.

  • When panels are on, the screws are loosen so the panels can be hung.

 

PROS/CONS:

  • Direct mount give wall a clean look.

  • Hanging and securing panels before a hurricane is time consumming since all screws have to be loosen so that panel can be hung

Track: Header and Sill

HEADER AND SILL INSTALLATION:

  • "H" Header Track permanently installed above the window.

  • "F" Track with studs installed below the window. 

  • Panels are inserted into the header and secured on the bottom by Wing Nuts into the "F" track studs.

 

PROS/CONS:

  • Installation is faster and easier than with the direct mount configuration.

  • Heater and Sill tracks are a permanet installation on the window and can not be removed in the off season. 

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There are two types of materials to choose from: 

 .050 ALUMINUM PANELS:

 

  • Cost effective.

  • Superior strength.

  • Lighter in weight than the steel panels.

  • Approved by Miami-Dade County.

Aluminum Panel

Galvanize Panel

20ga GALVANIZED STEEL PANELS:  

 

  • Most economical panels available

  • Heaviest choise of the three options.

  • Approved by Miami-Dade County

 

22ga GALVANIZED STEEL PANELS:  

 

  • Less Economical than 20ga.

  • Designed To Be Lighter Than 20ga.

  • Approved by Miami-Dade County

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