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Fiberglass or polycarbonate storm panels are a far supperior, more effective and affordable type of hurricane protection. Fiberglass storm panels do not have the sharp edges that aluminum panels have so they are safer to install when a hurricane is approaching. Fiberglass storm panels are also now stronger yet lighter than before and in the long run much more economical than using plywood. Plywood that is cut and used for hurricane protection when stored can warp, rot and become infested by termites as well as many other type of wood eating bugs. Also you put alot of holes into your houses exterior when screwing and nailing plywood onto your home. Tracks that are pre-installed for fiberglass storm panels cover up the holes and are left on thus will not let bugs or weather in even after the panels are taken down.

Fiberglass or polycarbonate panels are better than plywood for wind and storm protection because it does not rot, warp or attract termites and other wood eating bugs. Even carpenter bees like to drill holes into wood to make nests. Storing wood in your shed or garage that can get infested can cause other wood surrounding it to have the same problem. Over time while your plywood is stored bugs can creep from your garage and into your home. Be sure to spray for bugs before storing wood and every 6 months after as it is like a meal waiting to happen without proper pest control. Fiberglass on the other hand is no bugs idea of a meal and even though it may get dirty sitting in your garage or even outdoors it will always be there ready for the next hurricane.
Of course if you can find the room to store them inside all the better but they do store outdoors just as well. Some people worry that the sun beating on them will melt them but that is just not true.
We do recommend however storing them flat to prevent warping, although it is much harder to warp fiberglass by leaning it up against a wall with other stuff piled up against it.
If you do have to lean it up against a wall lay it horizontally against an even surface.
Better still don't pile things on top of your fiberglass storm panels that you will have to move should you need to pull them out in a hurry. I can't begin to tell you how important it is to protect your windows during a hurricane but if you read the paragraphs below you may get some ideas.Window protection is a must during severe hurricanes and is expected to be done by you according to some insurance companies.

Don't wait until it's too late to prepare! Hurricane season is in full swing now! Don't make the costly mistake of thinking your insurance company will take care of you in the event of hurricane damage to your home. In fact, In fact, some insurance companies won't offer wind damage coverage in the coastal states at any price, unless the homeowner provides some protection of their home during storms. Hurricane Storm Panels and Shutters made from fiberglass are cheap and easy to install and are more durable and long lasting than plywood. Now is the time to install the brackets for your storm panels to slide into. Because fiberglass storm panels are custom made you need to order them to fit your windows which means you can't wait until the last minute to get them. Even if you live in New Orleans or anywhere along the Gulf coast we can ship them to you by UPS.Window and Sliding Door Fiberglass Storm Panels come with all the approved hardware for easy installation.

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