Your windows do more than let the light in on a sunny summer day. They also shield the interior of your home from the elements during hurricane season. As the video in this article discusses, there are a few key components of a hurricane that will affect your home’s safety more severely than other weather conditions. Firstly, you’ll want to think about storm surges where high tides enter an area and put homes at risk of water damage. Secondly, you should think about how the high winds will potentially harm your home and other aspects of your property.

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Finally, the downpour of rain can not only create water damage to the home but also flood the environment surrounding your home and render it unsafe for occupation in all stages of hurricane weather.
To protect your windows during a hurricane, it’s best to consult with professionals in a hurricane window service. Preventing window damage before it occurs is easier and less expensive than fixing damage to windows from a hurricane after you return to an evacuated area. If you don’t evacuate an area when there’s a hurricane, protecting your windows is all the more crucial since a lack of window protection could result in injuries to you and your loved ones.


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