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3 Window Treatment Options to Protect Your Family from Storm Damage

High winds and debris that accompany heavy storms can be a danger to your family and cause significant damage to your home if you are not prepared. To ensure your family is safe and your home has the right protection, you may want to consider improvements like storm shutters, hurricane windows, or storm windows to prevent damage. Here are some of the window treatment options you may want to consider to give your home more protection from storms.  

1. Simple Window Films That Can Prevent Shattered Glass 

Window films can be a great addition to your glass. They can help improve the energy efficiency of old glass and reduce glare from direct sunlight. Not only do films have energy efficiency benefits, but they can also add storm protection to your home. Because the film is a type of laminate that is installed on the glass, your windows will become shatter resistant. The amount of resistance that the glass will have depends on the thickness of the film. You may want to talk with the installer about using a thicker film for more protection.

2. Storm Shutters That Can Cover and Protect Your Windows

If you want to have the most protection from storms and high winds, then you may want to consider installing shutters on your home. These can be classical shutters that are functional and can be used to cover the windows during storms. There are also modern solutions like roll up shutters, which can be motorized to roll up and down at the push of a button. You will be able to use the roll up shutters whenever you want for privacy and to control natural lighting.

3. Hurricane and Storm Windows To Protect Your Home From High Winds and Debris

There are many different types windows that you can have installed to protect your home from storms. One option is hurricane windows, which are specially designed to protect from high winds and storms. There are also storm windows, which are lighter windows that are installed outside the existing windows to add an extra layer of protection and insulation to your home.

These are some of the window treatment options that you may want to consider to give your home more protection from storms. If you are worried about storms being a danger to your family or causing damage to your home, contact a shutter installer to help with adding protection to your home.