Storm Shutters & Screens

Storm Tex Screens

Storm Tex Screens

Storm Tex screens provide home security, protection from hurricanes, theft, sun and bugs. These screens are made from the same fiber used in bullet proof vests and can span up to 20 feet by 24 feet. They are rated at over 160 MPH wind and impact. Storm tex screens offer several benefits that make them worth considering for installation. Here are some reasons why you might want to install Storm Tex screens:

  • Protection against severe weather: Storm Tex screens are designed to provide added protection to your windows during storms, hurricanes, or high winds. They can help prevent debris, branches, or other objects from breaking the glass, reducing the risk of damage to your property and improving safety.
  • Energy efficiency: Storm Tex screens create an additional barrier between your windows and the outside environment. This extra layer of insulation helps to reduce air leakage, minimize drafts, and improve energy efficiency. By reducing heat transfer, Storm Tex screens can help keep your home cooler in the summer and warmer in the winter, potentially leading to energy savings and lower utility bills.
  • Noise reduction: Storm Tex screens can act as a sound barrier, reducing outside noise levels and providing a quieter indoor environment. They can help block unwanted noise from traffic, construction, or other sources, making your home more peaceful and comfortable.
  • UV protection: Exposure to ultraviolet (UV) rays from the sun can cause fading and damage to your furniture, flooring, and other belongings. Storm Tex screens often come with UV-resistant coatings that help to filter out harmful UV rays, protecting your interior furnishings and preserving their color and quality.
  • Increased security: Storm Tex screens can add an extra layer of security to your windows. They make it more difficult for intruders to access your home through the windows, acting as a deterrent against break-ins and burglaries.
  • Improved aesthetics: Storm Tex screens come in various styles, colors, and materials, allowing you to choose an option that complements your home’s architectural style and enhances its curb appeal. They can add a polished, finished look to your windows while providing the functional benefits mentioned above.
  • Long-term cost savings: While the upfront cost of installing Storm Tex screens may be an investment, the long-term benefits they offer can result in cost savings. Reduced energy consumption, lower maintenance costs, and increased durability of your windows can contribute to long-term financial advantages.

Our storm tex screens are made from high quality materials and will stand up to the elements for many years to come. It’s advisable to research different options, consult with professionals, and consider your specific needs and priorities before making a decision.

Storm Windows

Storm windows are a type of window accessory or secondary window that is installed on the exterior or interior of existing windows. They are designed to provide added protection and insulation to a building, primarily against adverse weather conditions, such as storms, strong winds, cold temperatures, and even noise. Storm windows are particularly common in regions prone to extreme weather events, like hurricanes and winter storms.

Here are the key features and purposes of storm windows:

  • Weather Protection: Storm windows are primarily used to protect a home or building from the elements. They act as an additional barrier against rain, wind, snow, and flying debris during storms, helping to prevent damage to the primary windows.
  • Energy Efficiency: Storm windows can improve the energy efficiency of a building by reducing heat loss in cold weather and heat gain in hot weather. They create an insulating layer of air or gas between the storm window and the primary window, helping to maintain a more stable indoor temperature.
  • Sound Reduction: Some storm windows are designed to reduce noise pollution from outside sources, making them ideal for homes in noisy urban areas or near busy streets. The extra layer of glass or other materials dampens external sounds.
  • UV Protection: Many storm windows are equipped with coatings that block harmful ultraviolet (UV) rays from the sun. This UV protection helps prevent fading and damage to interior furnishings, such as furniture, curtains, and carpets.
  • Security: Depending on their construction, storm windows can enhance the security of a building by adding an extra layer of protection against break-ins and intruders. Some storm windows are made from impact-resistant materials that are difficult to shatter.

There are different types of storm windows available, including:

  • Exterior Storm Windows: These are installed on the outside of the primary windows and provide protection against the elements. They can be made of various materials, including glass, acrylic, or plastic.
  • Interior Storm Windows: These are installed on the inside of the primary windows and offer similar benefits. They are often used in situations where exterior storm windows are not practical or allowed.
  • Triple-Track Storm Windows: These are designed with a movable panel that allows for ventilation when needed. They are a popular choice for older homes with double-hung windows.
  • Low-E Storm Windows: These storm windows feature a low-emissivity (Low-E) coating on the glass, which enhances energy efficiency by reducing heat transfer. They are particularly effective in both hot and cold climates.

Storm windows are a valuable addition to homes and buildings seeking enhanced protection, energy efficiency, noise reduction, and UV protection. They come in various types and can be customized to fit specific needs and preferences, making them a versatile solution for improving the comfort and functionality of existing windows.

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