Do hurricane shutters need to be checked? And if so, how often should hurricane shutters be serviced?
Being prepared for a hurricane or tropical storm is critically important. This is especially true if you live in an area prone to severe weather like Greater Fort Myers/Cape Coral or Southwest Florida. You want to be able to quickly deploy your hurricane protection before a storm. This is a huge part of storm prep. There is no room for errors. So it is recommended that you check that your hurricane shutters are working properly on a consistent basis. This is true even if you haven’t used them recently. This will ensure that you are able to deploy them quickly and safely when a storm is approaching.
In order to keep your hurricane shutters functioning correctly it is recommended that you have them checked on a regular basis. But often, we get asked how often should hurricane shutters be serviced. We provide an answer to this question below.
Answer: How Often Should Hurricane Shutters Be Serviced?
We recommend that you have your hurricane shutters serviced at least 1x per year. This will ensure that everything is working properly and is ready to go if and when you need it. You don’t want to find out there is a problem when you go to deploy your storm shutters. A regular service schedule will ensure everything is in order. And remember the more parts a hurricane shutter system has, the more critical it is serviced.
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Have more questions or need more information? You can learn more about all hurricane protection options on the Eurex Shutters site. If you need hurricane protection or service on your hurricane shutters in Fort Myers/Cape Coral, Lehigh Acres, Naples/Marco Island, Sarasota/Venice or anywhere in Southwest Florida then we can help.
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