Hurricane Shutters and Protection for South Florida Homes and Businesses
Our Storm Panels cover 12 inches each and can span a height of up to 10 feet without braces or stiffeners. They are produced from lexan, galvanized steel, and 5052-H32 and 6063-T6 aluminum alloys. Our roll formed panels come pre-punched and cut-to-length. All of the panels are stackable to minimize storage space when not in use.
As an added option, the aluminum roll formed panels are also available perforated to allow light penetration. All of the roll form panels are manufactured in our West Palm Beach, FL location.
Bertha accordion shutters meet Dade County Building Codes and have received product approval. Accordion Shutters are permanently installed on the house; therefore no additional storage or installation is required. Accordion Shutters are available in white, bronze, ivory and beige. Custom colors also available.
Bahama Shutters are similar in design to the Colonial Shutter. Bahama shutters cover windows at an angle when open giving the house a Bahamian appearance. The Bahama shutter also reduces the amount of sunlight entering the window. Simply lowering and latching the shutter provides protection.
Roll-Up shutters are difficult to install and require more maintenance than other shutter systems. When built into a new home they are virtually invisible and can be closed via electric motor.
They are available in white, bronze, ivory and beige. Custom colors also available.
Most homes will require more than one type of shutter due to space and design. It is common to have Accordion Shutters on sliding doors, Roll-Ups on windows and Storm Panels on the standard entry doors. The type of protection that is right for your house is best determined by Nixon Exteriors.