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It is normal to hear the hubbub of the outside world as you go about daily life. But it can also be an inconvenience to hear the kids playing outside on a morning when you just wanted another hour of sleep. It is irritating to hear the neighbors playing loud music when you just want a quiet evening.

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It can be terrifying when a storm sweeps through the town causing devastation. But then a hurricane shutter breaks or a window shatters and before you know it, your home is at the mercy of the hurricane. Your safe haven is no longer safe, and the storm is now inside your home. What do you do?

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Impact windows are designed to withstand some of the strongest winds and flying debris โ€“ so, what is it that makes these windows so strong? The main difference between traditional windows and impact windows lies in the glass.

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Where the average door is generally made with steel, an insulating filler, and wood, an impact door is created quite differently. Impact doors are made of materials that have been specifically tested against severe weather conditions.

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When it comes to hurricanes your homes are only as safe as the weakest point. This point is often the windows. While your window may be okay with a category 2 hurricane, would it withstand a category 3? To help you prepare, this article explains how hurricane categories affect your windows.

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Hurricane windows are excellent for defending your home against hurricane season. However, installing them can be expensive. There is more to consider than simply buying the windows. You need to think about the many styles of windows available and the colors that work best with your house.

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2021 was another record year for Hurricanes in the U.S. According to the Washington Post, this season produced 21 named storms, which is the third most on record. The more worrying statement comes from the National Hurricane Center (NHC).

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When moving house in a hurricane zone, it is always important to make sure that the home you are moving into has hurricane protection such as hurricane shutters or impact windows. But what about the home you are leaving behind?

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Nature is a force to be reckoned with, but with a little preparation, you can keep your home and your family that much safer. The start of a new year is the perfect time to evaluate your emergency plan and your home so that you can be better prepared in the event of a natural disaster.

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In recent years hurricanes are visiting our homes more often and causing more damage. The rush to get plywood to cover the windows over and over again is both expensive and stressful. However, there are alternatives.

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