Hurricane Shutters in Coastal North Carolina

 
 

 

Are you concerned about the increasing frequency and strength of Atlantic Ocean basin hurricanes year after year due to climate change? Do you live in coastal North Carolina, an area that is prone to severe impacts by hurricanes? Have you been thinking about taking steps to protect the long-term investment of your real estate and personal property by lowering risk and increasing value? If so, you might just be in the market for hurricane shutters from Empire Construction and Development Corporation!

You might be asking yourself things like, “How many hurricanes have hit coastal North Carolina?” and “Are hurricane shutters really worth the investment?”

Are you ready for the hard truth?

 

According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), 413 known subtropical and/or tropical cyclones have impacted North Carolina, ranking it the fourth most impacted state in the United States, overall. Historically, the hurricanes that have impacted North Carolina have resulted in over $11 billion dollars in damage (USD valuation from 2008). With that North Carolina hurricane data in mind, it becomes apparent that hurricane shutters from Empire Construction and Development Corporation are worth the long-term investment, indeed!

We custom design and manufacture the right hurricane shutters to protect any of your windows and doors, regardless of size or shape.

While all of this may seem rather scary and overwhelming, not to worry, because you’re in luck! We will provide you with the highest level of hurricane security available at the most affordable price.

 

If you’re ready to protect your property from hurricanes, we can help! We offer a variety of hurricane shutters to suit your wants and needs. Below, you’ll find a quick overview of the different hurricane shutters that Empire Construction and Development Corporation offers residents of coastal North Carolina:

 

Roll-Down Hurricane Shutters

*Production Time: 10 weeks

*Offered with manual crank or electric motor

*European styling – elegant design and minimal visual impact

*Constructed of finest-grade aluminum – 40 mm or 60 mm blade heights

*Available in White, Ivory, Beige, or Bronze

 

Rolling Shutters in White Closed

 

Accordion Hurricane Shutters

*Production Time: 8 – 10 weeks

*Best combination of affordability, protection, and ease of use

*Naturally folds for compact storage

*Constructed of extruded aluminum panels – can be installed in any length

*Available in White, Ivory, Beige, or Bronze

 

White Closed Accordion Shutters

 

Storm Panels Hurricane Shutters

*Production Time:10 – 14 days

*2” rise panels are 25% stronger than flat panels or plywood

*Removable and can be installed vertically or horizontally

*Can be installed with or without tracks and easily stack for compact storage

*Available in .050” aluminum or clear polycarbonate construction

 

Storm Panels Aluminum Windows

 

Bahama Hurricane Shutters

*Production Time:10 – 12 weeks

*Aesthetically pleasing with adjustable support arms and see-through capability

*Permanently mounted to the exterior, above each opening

*Constructed of heavy extruded aluminum

*Available in many different colors

 

Bahama Grey 1 Open & 1 Close Windows

 

Colonial Hurricane Shutters

*Production Time:10 – 12 weeks

*Aesthetically pleasing, southern style

*Impact-rated and become a permanent addition to the exterior

*Constructed of heavy aluminum

*Available in many custom colors

 

Colonial Decorative Green Shutters

Colonial Decorative Green Shutters

 

 

Give yourself the peace of mind you deserve and seek the right hurricane shutters for you and your home in coastal North Carolina from Empire Construction and Development Corporation. If you have questions regarding the installation of hurricane shutters in coastal North Carolina, we offer the flexibility and resources to match what best suits you.

We’re here to serve you – please don’t hesitate to reach out to us, toll-free, at (888) 474 – 3555 for help with hurricane shutters for coastal North Carolina. Your property protection, overall safety, and quality of life may just depend on it.