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Accordion Shutters

Accordion shutters are permanently attached on your home year round. They slide open and closed horizontally along a track (from left to right, and vice versa). When they aren’t in use they fold up cleanly on the side of your window (or door). The panels fold up and expand, similar to the fins of an accordion, which is how they got their name.They are only offered in manual versions, not electric (or automatic). Regardless, they are fairly easy and quick to close when a storm is approaching. You can also close them to turn an outside space, such as a lanai or patio, into an enclosed space.Accordion hurricane shutters are a popular choice in South Florida due to the convenience they offer and their relatively affordable price. They are also popular with part time residents for locking up their homes when they are away.

Storm Panels

Storm panels are the least-expensive permanent option of hurricane shutter protection. They are corrugated panels made from steel, aluminum or (clear) polycarbonate plastic. They can be installed horizontally or vertically over your windows and doors. They are attached to your home with storm panel fasteners that are screwed into your property’s structure. Some systems can use a rail to help make the installation easier.Storm Panels are not permanently attached. So you do have to install them before and remove after each storm. You will also need a place to store them when they aren’t in use. For these reasons they may not be the most convenient hurricane shutter for everyone. But if you don’t mind the installation process and want to keep your budget low they are definitely a great option.

Hurricane Fabric

Hurricane fabric shutters are much more than just a bit of canvas tacked over the windows. These are thick materials reinforced with PVC or mesh, then coated with resin to make them even more durable and resistant to tears. Fabric shutters can be attached with grommets or slide brackets and buckles or installed in a roll-down style.

Roll Down Shutters

Roll Downs are permanently attached to your home. You can use them to protect your windows and doors as well as enclose wide openings, such as your patios. Their design minimizes their appearance on your home. In some instances you can even do a hidden installation, where the box is completely hidden and invisible when they are open.
Roll downs open and close vertically. When they are not in use the shutter slats are housed above your window or door in a housing.
These are generally considered the ultimate in hurricane shutter systems. You can get them in automatic operation versions, which are controlled by electric motors. This allows you to close all of your roll down shutters with a switch inside your home. Or for less cost there are manual versions which require you to manually close each shutter it is still quick to do so. In turn, roll downs are very convenient.

Bahama Shutters

For a dual-purpose hurricane shutter, homeowners might prefer Bahama hurricane shutters. These are a single shutter that’s raised over the window like an awning. The louvered slats provide shade from the sun, which can also cool the house from the heat all year long. When it’s time to prepare for a storm, simply remove the rod and secure the shutter to the bottom of the window.

Colonial Shutters

Colonial shutters are known to add a beautiful tropical, Caribbean, Key West look to the windows of your home or business. With the innovation of the 2” Full View and 4” Ultra View Bahama hurricane shutter system, now it’s possible to protect your home or business with full control of your view from complete private to full view outside. The articulating blades allow you to adjust to your perfect preference. These systems are not only beautiful but are also, Miami-Dade HVHZ hurricane category 5 rated approved shutter system. Bahama hurricane shutters are made of hi-grade extruded aluminum and power coated to last is the toughest environments on the planet.Colonial storm shutters also double as sunshades as well. Always provides shade to windows and patio allowing for a cooler environment to be available in your home or business. Bahama shutters also offer the option of being able to adjust their angle of use allowing for more privacy in your home or business.

  • Heavy duty locking reinforcement points of closure ultra-high velocity 185+ mph protection

  • Miami-Dade Florida highest hurricane standards, tested, & certified approved shutter system

  • Specially designed optional storm protection while providing Key West Island look

  • Double reinforced Bahama blades and frame for maximum strength

  • Extruded aluminum slats effectively to protect against storms, strong winds, direct sunlight, & rains

  • All orders for Bahama hurricane shutters are custom made to fit your window or door perfecting

  • Colonial 2" blades articulate to adjust for any preference for privacy or complete outside view

  • Specially engineered, designed, and built to fit your windows, doors, patios, & more

  • Long-lasting investment in quality protection against sun, storms, noise, forcible entry, and security

  • Unparalleled ease of operation, Glide smoothly and locks securely, takes minutes to secure property

  • Our Bahama hurricane shutters come standard with an industry best 10-year warranty

  • Enhances the value and longevity of any property while protecting

  • Meets or exceeds Miami-Dade County NOA, FBC HVHZ Approved, Texas TDI Approved

  • Elegant stylish protection, engineered to maintain properties appearance

  • Available colors: White, also any color on RAL chart

  • Frame Depth 4" Wall to Outside Shutter

  • Miami-Dade approved NOA / FBC Approvals (below)

Hurricane Rated

Windows and Doors

Hurricane windows are engineered to be safer and able to withstand more extreme weather conditions than windows with standard glass. A strong hurricane glass, also called laminated glass, is installed in place of the standard window glass. Hurricane glass is designed to withstand extreme wind speeds as well as protect against wind-borne debris.

Hurricane doors are built to comply with Florida regulations, including the rigorous Miami-Dade High-Velocity Hurricane Zone (HVHZ) Test. ETO has one of the hugest selections of impact and hurricane-rated doors in the nation, including glass and French doors.