Better Hurricane Protection for Your Port Charlotte Home

Florida’s hurricane free lucky streak ended with a bang this year, and 2018 could tie or break records if forecasters are right. It’s time to start thinking about making your home more storm resistant and looking at ways to strengthen your points of entry, tie down your roof better, and make smart decisions about generators. There’s nothing you can do about the storms, but there are many things that you can do to make your home stronger against the wind, water, and flying debris. Make the right choices for your home and family by contacting a hurricane shutter and window professional today.

Toughen Up
Work with a professional company like for toughening your points of entry and to build screen enclosures that can hold up to those winds. Hurricane impact windows are a must, along with hurricane shutters in either roll-downs, panels, or accordions. Your home is an investment, and protecting that investment is a smart thing to. While a number of people would rather shelter in place, it’s not recommended even in a hurricane-resistant home. Instead, you can return to your home after the evacuation, turn the key and get on with your life.

Get a Local Professional
Right now, Florida is rife with home improvement and repair scammers looking to make big promises on what they can deliver. Some are from out of state, and others are shady contractors looking to make bank on Assignment of Benefits cases. Don’t fall for something that sounds too good to be true. If you want a Florida licensed contractor, check out Harper’s Hurricane Protection and Screen Enclosures for top quality work without extortionate prices –  contact us for a FREE estimate and watch us work to protect your home from the next hurricane or tropical storm.

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