Hurricane Shutters Wilmington NC has released a report detailing the damage caused by hurricanes in the region. An estimated 45.2 Billion dollars has been spent in hurricane clean-up in North Carolina since 2003. The report points out the potential savings that could have been realized if proper shutters or panels had been installed in many of the damaged properties.
This release also points out that this figure only tallies the cost of three hurricanes: Isabel, Irene, and Florence. Since hurricanes hit the Wilmington and surrounding area every 1.68 years, Hurricane Shutters Wilmington NC recommends home and business owners in the area prepare now.
Also, insurance companies are moving away from insuring buildings in hurricane zones that have no protection. Alternatively, if they are willing to insure homes and businesses without shutters they will be charging increased premiums to cover the risk.
The release points out that by installing shutters now it becomes a win-win for all parties. When the math is examined the cost of shutters becomes negligible when balanced against the long-term savings realized on an insurance policy.
Hurricane Shutters Wilmington NC provides a wide variety of storm shutters. Those include Typhoon Roller Shutters, Colonial Shutters, Bahama Cyclone Shutters, Accordion Storm Shutters, and Storm Panels.
Hurricane Roller Shutters vary between manual to mechanical shutters that can be remotely operated from an app on the owner’s phone, tablet, laptop, or PC. Colonial and Bahama Shutters are permanently installed and can provide protection, safety, and privacy to home and business owners.
The report shares that in the case of a curved or bay window, the accordion hurricane shutters are a viable option. The only other option may be hurricane panels. Storm Panels are an alternative category of protection from the hurricanes that plague the Wilmington area. They include many types ranging from DIY Fabric Panels, polycarbonate, steel, and lightweight aluminum
The release of this report detailing the facts about hurricane damage and preventive measures is summarized in a new video that has just been produced. It can be viewed at https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=4&v=CsVpxOePN08&feature=emb_logo
Release ID: 88978503