Are you considering installing accordion hurricane shutters on your home or business in Southwest Florida? If yes then this article is perfect for you. We overview what accordion shutters are and answer the question: How Much Do Accordion Hurricane Shutters Cost in Southwest Florida?
If you are looking for cost of other types of hurricane shutters you can read our complete guide on hurricane shutters cost.
What are Accordion Shutters
Accordion shutters are a type of hurricane shutter. It is one of the most popular types of hurricane window protection. This is because it has high functionality and an affordable cost.
These shutters open and close (expand and compress) horizontally vs. rolling shutters, which open and close vertically. Think of the movement of an accordion (instrument).
Accordions are a type of shutter that are permanently installed on the building. So you don’t have to install them for each storm like storm panels. They move along a permanently installed track system making them easy to open and close.
You also get the benefit of added security. You can use them as security shutters as they have a locking feature. They can be locked from inside or outside your home or business.
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It should be noted that the price ranges, even for one specific shutter type can vary widely from project to project. So the pricing depends on your specific home, the job, and type of materials.
It should also be noted that due to the current situation in the market and price inflation of raw materials our prices can fluctuate quite a bit over time due to many external factors, such as hikes in raw material costs (ie. metal), labor costs, etc.
So please take the costs given below as a rough, general pricing guidance. For an actual estimate contact us for a free in-home estimate.
How Much Do Accordion Hurricane Shutters Cost
You can expect to pay about $20 – $25 per SQFT.
However, please note that the cost will vary widely from project to project depending on your specific property, the complexity of the job, the materials of construction you choose, the square footage needed and the specific features you select.
Shutter costs can also fluctuate due to external factors, such as raw material cost changes (ie. metal), changing labor costs, etc.
Please take the cost range given as general cost guidance.
For an actual estimate for your Southwest Florida job please call us at (239) 369-8600 or contact us for a free in-home estimate.
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