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Hurricane Season 2018: What You Should Know

Weather forecasters are calling for an above average hurricane season this year. With three major hurricanes hitting the U.S. last year, Harvey, Irma and Maria, it seems as though this year we can expect just as many if not more hurricanes to make landfall. According to Colorado State University, this hurricane season will bring 14 named storms. Seven are expected to become hurricanes while three are expected to be major hurricanes. The chances of a hurricane making landfall this year is over 60% which is well above the average of 52%. Keep reading to learn how you can help prepare your family and your home. 

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Hurricane Protection for Lanais

Hurricane season is quickly approaching. Here at Naples Shutter, we want your family and your home to be as safe and protected as possible. Weather forecasters have predicted that this hurricane season is going to bring some major storms, and we all know that the path of a predicted hurricane can change overnight. But whether a hurricane is near or far, it’s better to expect the unexpected and be as prepared as possible. Let’s talk about some hurricane protection options for your lanai.

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Why Early Hurricane Prep is Important: Our Top Tips

With less than three months until hurricane season begins, it’s important to start planning how you’re going to protect your home. With hurricane Irma’s destruction last September came damage that set back many businesses, homes and families for months. March has just arrived and June 1st will be here before you know it. Our top tips will help you understand why it’s crucial to develop a solid hurricane preparedness plan ahead of time.

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A Note From The Owners: Getting Prepared for Hurricane Season 2018

Dear Clients,

It’s going on 5 months since Hurricane Irma hit Southwest Florida and we are getting closer to having it all cleaned up. At Naples Shutter, activity has been busy on our hurricane side of the business to say the least. However, this has us worried that some Southwest Florida residents are waiting closer to Hurricane Season (June 1st) to get prepared. We are seeing lead times for metal and aluminum hurricane shutters up to 3 months and this will worsen with season approaching. Rising costs of aluminum, (up 36%) since Irma will rise further with increasing demand of goods. Early forecast has the 2018 Hurricane Season predicted as an above average season, calling for 3 major storms.

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Storm Shutter Maintenance & Repair: Our Top Tips

Now that Hurricane Irma’s wrath has passed and most of us are getting back to normal life once again, it’s time to start taking care of the aftermath. Your storm shutters may have taken quite a hit during the recent storm, which means that maintenance and repair are needed. Ongoing maintenance is crucial to the longevity of your hurricane protection, no matter which type you have. Here are our top tips for storm shutter maintenance and repair.

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