How Did Your Homes Screening Fare This Past Hurricane Season?

If you are like the majority of the homeowners in Florida the answer is that during Irma or one of the other storms we weathered your screens were ripped, torn, shredded or when you came out when the calm finally arrived, maybe your screens were altogether gone.

Traditional metal mesh screening cannot stand up to the weather, especially hurricane-force winds that whip branches and other debris into them. The metal mesh bends and eventually rips giving way.

Before the next hurricane season hits it’s a great idea to get your home prepared the right way.

The initial investment can potentially save you time, aggravation and money down the road should another storm hit.. and let’s face it, this is Florida. At some point or another, we will experience tropical storm force winds if not a full-blown hurricane.

Being prepared is key. The answer comes in the form of electric screens. These are screens that can be easily retracted during storms. These screens are not only custom designed to fit nearly any opening in your home – lanais, windows, garage doors – but they are also virtually indestructible.

East Coast Electric Screenings utilizes our very own SuperScreen technology, producing screens that are puncture resistant, mildew resistant, and fire retardant. SuperScreen out lives typical fiberglass screening, and come with a ten-year warranty.

East Coast Electric Screening is the leading electric screen company on the east coast of Florida, offering flexible and affordable plans to make sure your home is comfortable and protected year-round.

Call East Coast Electric Screening today at 1-888-41SCREEN, and make sure your home is not only ready for hurricane season but ready for entertaining and enjoy the Florida lifestyle with your friends and family, year round.

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