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Old 02-18-2012, 10:00 AM   #1
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With the storm season uproaching in a few months I just wanted to remind everyone that I install Hurricane Shutters. Remember in Florida a permt must be pulled, engineered drawings for the panel installation must be provided to the county or City and a Florida Product Approval Code must be stamped on each panel. As a licensed contractor, I will provide all that and I do have workers comp and liability. Call with any questions.

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Old 02-18-2012, 10:09 AM   #2
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Can you post some close up pictures of how it is fastened? Is there any evidence of having storm shutters when they are not installed? (bolts/nuts, screw holes etc.?)
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There will be a male panelmate protruding from the wall on 12" spacings up the side of each opening when the panels are installed horizontally. They are 7/8" long that you will see and have a bronze or white cap to cover the threads when not in use.
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My insurance company told me that is you do not have a solid door and you have to put panels over a door with a glass opening, so that all your doors are covered, you have to sign a wavier that you will leave the house in a hurricane. Basically they dont think you are smart enough to use the garage door....
Are you required to pull a permit to install the panels?

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Yes, permits are required and if you live in Santa Rosa County the building inspectors are not allowing the use of the garage door as an egress door.
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Yes, permits are required and if you live in Santa Rosa County the building inspectors are not allowing the use of the garage door as an egress door.
It's been that way for years. What I don't understand is why? The fricken thing is impact rated just like the front door. Are they saying they messed up?

Just throwing this out there you no longer have to have any non glazed openings rated to recieve a sub category of the best discount. In swing non glazed door = discount!!!! Read the new form
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