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Bahama Hurricane Shutters

Bahama shutters are known to add a beautiful tropical, caribbean, key west look to the windows of your home or business. As an added benefit these shutters tend to keep the amount of sun that touches the windows to a minimal. This allows for a cooler environment to be available at all times in your home or business. Bahama shutters also offer the option of being able to adjust their angle of use allowing for more privacy in your home or business.

Bahama shutters are typically known to be extruded aluminum that comes with a baked-on powder coat finish. Their colors may vary but typically come in ivory, black and beige. These shutters usually are hinged at the top of the window unlike the colonial shutters which hinge at the side. Bahama shutters are perfect for hurricane weather as they can withstand the damage so your windows won't have too.

Bahama Shutters Feature:

  • Heavy duty reinforces point of closure ultra high velocity 175+ mph protection
  • Specially engineered, designed, and built to fit your windows, doors, garages, patios, etc.
  • Insurance approved 2014
  • Category 5 wind load tested
  • 100% UV resistant
  • Protection from flying debris
  • Translucent - Lets in light
  • Florida Building Code and HVHZ approved
  • Provides shade to windows and doors
  • 15 Year Limited Warranty
  • Long-lasting investment in quality protection against sun, storms, noise, and forcible entry 
  • Unparalleled ease of operation, takes minutes to secure property
  • Our systems provide insulation between shutter and window to keep your home warmer in the winter and cooler in the summer 
  • Enhances the value and longevity of any property while protecting 
  • Elegant stylish protection, engineered to maintain properties appearance
  • Available colors: White, Ivory, Beige, Bronze, or ANY RAL color.

How To Use

Simply put in place when ready to protect area. Usually takes less then an hour to protect your home or business.



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