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Hurricane Shutters in Indian Shores, Pinellas County, Florida

Indian Shores in Pinellas County, Florida is a beach front community, and the area is exposed to sea winds. It is also exposed to violent storms and hurricanes. The last major hurricane to hit Indian Shores was Andrea in 2013. It’s almost as if the area is due for a hurricane any time now.

Protect your property from gale force winds with our Bahama shutters. These are designed to withstand 140 mph+ winds. Bahama shutters have been a favorite with Key West residents favoring beautiful Bahama shutters for more than 50 years.

You, too, can add to the appeal of your property and also give it the necessary hurricane protection with Bahama shutters by Empire Construction and Development Corporation.

Add more than just exotic appeal to your property. Add to the property value, and add to the property’s impression in the eyes of onlookers as well as insurers. With these Bahama shutters, manufactured from heavy extruded aluminum and satisfying the requirements of the Florida Building Code, International Building Code, and the Texas Department of Insurance, your house or commercial establishment is totally safe from hurricanes.

Only Bahama shutters offer the best mix of style, safety, and shade. If you’re a resident outside Dade, Broward, and Monroe Counties, then these shutters by Hurricane Shutters Florida, which satisfy the strictest wind codes in the country including Florida’s High Velocity Hurricane Zone HVHZ, are a great choice that will also give you additional privacy.

Our Bahama shutters are not only easy to install but also very easy to operate. These permanently mounted shutters are at a 45 degree angle, and can be opened up to 90 degrees.

For extra visibility, you may want to consider our High Visibility Bahama shutters that have the same aesthetic appeal as impact shutters.

Install our Bahama shutters and keep out the heat, dust, and harsh sunlight. Manipulate the louvers to allow gentle, filtered sunlight to come in. To learn more and get a quote, contact us.