Refer to the following information to learn more about hurricane rated windows and their features, bullet-resistant windows, how such windows are tested for effectiveness, and how these windows compare in terms of protection.
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When it comes to windows and hurricanes, there are numerous misconceptions people have. Continue reading to learn more about three common myths regarding hurricane windows and hurricane precautions.
Impact windows and doors will not keep water out of your property, but this doesn’t mean you can’t take additional actions to keep the water out. Continue reading if you want to learn more about how you can waterproof your home or business’s impact doors and windows.
With hurricane season approaching, it’s important for those in hurricane prone areas to prepare for potential damage. One of the ways to do this is to install hurricane impact windows.
One year after hurricane Harvey people are still recovering from the extensive damage to homes and businesses in the Houston area. Below are some articles about Harvey, as well as hurricane safety tips:
If you are returning to your property for the first time since the hurricane, make sure you inspect your home for storm damage with the following checklist. If you want to help the hurricane victims, the second section of this blog contains information on how you can help the hurricane relief effort.
ServiceMaster 24 Hour Helps Areas Affected by Louisiana Flooding, Hurricane Matthew, and Hurricane Hermine
In the late summer and fall of this year, the southern and eastern regions of the U.S. experienced three major weather catastrophes; the Louisiana flooding, Hurricane Matthew, and Hurricane Hermine. Each of these catastrophes...
While the spring season brings warmer weather and new life, it also brings an increased risk of hurricanes to the east and west coasts. The hurricane season for both coasts begins in late May...