Hurricanes and Flooding – How Will Your Screening Fare

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Watching the devastation occurring with Hurricane Harvey, and even some of the recent flooding here in Florida it brings your attention to the build of your house. During hurricane force winds one of the very first things to go is the screening and pool cages.

Homeowners need to focus on not only insuring but protecting their property the best they can.  Post hurricane trying to replace your screen or caging is a game of get in line with the rest of them. It can take months.

Being proactive and replacing your old worn out traditional screening with retractable, durable superscreen is the best answer. They are puncture and wind resistant.

Motorized roll down screening retracts back into its case. This is a system that allows you to have a screened in lanai or patio when you want it and you simply roll it up when it is not in use.

Screening adds wind resistance and pressure on your frame. When retracted that pressure is gone and your screen safe. The wind is far less likely to damage just the frame when it isn’t being pulled on by the pressure of the wind in the screen like a sail.

We currently have more tropical storms out in the ocean. The projected pathways show the possibility of more strong Florida bound storms.  Now is the time to find out if a motorized roll up screen is a good fit for you and the cost associated with the system contact us at East Coast Electric screening. 561-746-2622 or look at our website at www.eastcoastelectricalscreening.com. 

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