Looking at its name alone you would imagine Greenacres to be something in the sorts of trees and farmland and it is for over 20 consecutive years Greenacres has an official designation as a Tree City USA, Provided by the National Arbor Day Foundation. The name Greenacres was actually the winning entry in a local naming contest back in the 1920s, Greenacres is a large residential and commercial city. As of 2010 the population was 37,573 with over 18,000 households, 25% of households having children living in them. Due to so many families living in Greenacres there are many schools across all ages from elementary, middle and high school. Homeowners in Greenacres are well prepared for hurricanes with several direct impacts in the past decades, think about it what better way to protect your family than with hurricane preparedness. Hurricane season is June 1st through November 30th, regardless severe weather can happen at anytime. Being prepared are the first steps we can take to protect our families, homes, businesses and communities.
Storm Ready offers a full lineup of hurricane shutters that can provide an additional layer of protection to your home’s windows and doors as hurricane-strength winds pound against these openings and fling debris throughout residential areas. Storm Ready can install permanent storm shutters that mount directly to your home, or can provide removable shutters that can be hung before a storm approaches and removed after the storm passes. Learn more about each type of hurricane shutter that Storm Ready can install at your Greenacres home below.
As you look around at homes in Greenacres, the majority of homes will have Accordion shutters installed on most, if not all, of their windows and doorways. Their popularity stems from being quick and simple to put up as a storm approaches, and can be stowed away in mere minutes after the storm has passed. Accordion storm shutters are commonly used on upper floor windows because of their simplicity and high level of security. For a more streamlined line of defense, Roll-up shutters can be installed in your Greenacres home or business. These shutters are permanently affixed in boxes above windows and doors, and can either manually or electronically be deployed and retracted. Homeowners who select roll-up shutters for their homes also enjoy the benefit of being able to deploy their roll-up shutters automatically during periods of intense sun to keep interior temperatures cool and reduce energy costs. Storm panels are the most budget-friendly option for storm shutters while still offering homeowners with the added level of protection they require during a major hurricane. Each panel is made from steel, aluminum, or Lexan, and must be hung over windows or doors before the storm arrives, then removed and stored away until their next use. Storm fabric is the solution for homeowners with screened in pool enclosures and patios. This UV resistant screening is designed to be removed quickly so that as hurricane force winds approach, they can safely pass through the area. Once the winds have subsided, the screens can easily be reattached to allow for bug and critter-free outdoor living. Bahama shutters give your Greenacres home a coastal-style while also providing protection from debris during a hurricane. These storm shutters are commonly found throughout the Caribbean and in the Keys, areas that are all too familiar with dealing with hurricanes
Preparing your Greenacres home for hurricane season shouldn’t be low on your list of priorities, and Storm Ready is here to help you get preparations underway. Contact our team today for a free customized quote on equipping your home with the right kind of hurricane shutters for your budget and needs. Our parent company, Prizm Construction, is a licensed and insured contracted that has earned a stellar reputation throughout Palm Beach County. In addition to providing operational support to Storm Ready, Prizm Construction has years of experience and expertise in helping homeowners make preparation to their homes for hurricane season, including work such as installation of impact windows, generator hookups, and roofing upgrades.