Hurricane Screens

Hurricane Screens by Armor Screen

Installing Armor Screen Hurricane protection screen is the perfect option if you would like something less solid that you can see right through so it doesn’t impair your view of the outdoors. Although this may seem less secure than solid shutters, rest assured they are highly durable and extremely strong. All of our hurricane screen has been through vigorous lab testing to withstand 276mph winds, and has been proven in the real world to successfully withstand a category 5 hurricane, with repeated impacts from flying debris. The impact testing surpassed five times the standard Miami-Dade Large Missile Impact Test. All of our hurricane screen is Florida Building Code and Miami-Dade Product Control approved. The Armor Screen Hurricane protection screen is available in the following 5 systems: Hemcord System, Grommet Sysyem, I-Beam Track System, Buckle and Strap System and Roll-Up System.

See the different type of installations we can do below.

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The Grommet System uses a similar anchor design to the traditional shutters. The quarter inch anchors are spaced at about 6” or 12” on center, and installed on two opposite sides of the window or opening: usually top and bottom, but can be done on the left and right if desired. The grommets are then aligned with the anchor points and secured with either a stainless steel sidewalk or a wing-nut.Standard Features:•    U.V...

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I-Beam Track System is ideal for condominium balconies and patios since there is no ladder required. It is similar to the buckle and strap system, with the addition of it being on a sliding track, much like a curtain. The hurricane screen is designed to be deployed before the storm or hurricane ensues. It can be stored or stacked on one or both sides of the opening. When you know or suspect a storm is approaching, all you need to do is release...

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The Buckle and Strap System is probably the most versatile and strongest design option available. The Anchors are installed either at the top & bottom, or on the left and right of the opening you aim to protect. On one side, the screen is attached using fixed loops first, and then is next buckled with straps on the opposite side, securing the screen in place. Generally, eyebolts are used to secure the screen to the anchor points. Standard...

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The Roll-up system is usually mounted with its small storage housing at the top of the door, window or other opening, with vertical tracks going down both sides of the opening. The automated system allows the screen to retract or lower to your desired position at just the touch of a button. You can also choose to use the manual operation option if necessary. Standard Features: V. Stabilized Fabric and thread, no matter the color Fabric available...

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