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Comparing Hurricane Protection Options for Your Home

Before you invest in any other Hurricane protection take the time to compare your options. It is easy to see New Code provides the only 24/7 no work, no stress, no hassle system that will pay for itself.

 

TYPE OF PROTECTION
CODE COMPLIANCE 
ACTIVATION
STORAGE
AESTHETICS
 SECURITY
 VISIBILITY
UV PROTECTION 
NOISE REDUCTION 
STORM FILM

Does not meet many Florida building codes

No effort needed by homeownerNo storage requiredNo effect on homes appearance Provides limited "smash and grab" protectionNo initial distortion, long term delaminationProtection dependant on type of filmNone
PLYWOOD PANELS
Must be 7/8" and pre-cut with fastener system in place. Cannot be used for openings larger than 8' or on buildings taller than 33'.Significant labor and time or $300 to $1000 for someone else to install and remove.Requires significant storage space.Anchoring systems detract from the homes appearance.Not deigned for security.No outdoor light infiltration or view when affixed to home.100%, but only when plywood sheets are affixed to home.Insignificant, almost no reduction at all. 
PANEL STYLE SHUTTERS
Must have anchoring system in place that meets FBC requirements.Manual labor required or $300-$1000 for someone else to install and remove.Requires designated storage space.Even when installed, unsightly large bolts protrude from home.Not designed for security.No outdoor light infiltration or view when affixed to home.100%, but only when shutters are affixed to home.Insignificant, almost no reduction at all and only when shutters are affixed to home.. 
ACCORDION SHUTTERS
Must have been installed after 2003.Requires a moderate amount of time and labor to unfold.No storage required.Shutter housings and tracks detract from homes appearance.Not designed for security.No outdoor light infiltration or view when unfolded.100%, but only when shutters are unfolded.Insignificant, almost no reduction at all only when shutters are unfolded. 
MANUAL ROLL DOWN SHUTTERS
Must have been installed after 2003.Requires homeowner to activate through manual laborNo storage required.Shutter housings and tracks detract from homes appearance.Only when shutters are down.No outdoor light infiltration or view when down.100%, but only when shutters are down.Insignificant, almost no reduction at all only when shutters are down. 
ELECTRIC ROLL DOWN SHUTTERS
Must have been installed after 2003.Requires homeowner to activate. Motors may experience problems in coastal areas.No storage required.Shutter housings and tracks detract from homes appearance.Only when shutters are down.No outdoor light infiltration or view when down.100%, but only when shutters are down.Insignificant, almost no reduction at all only when shutters are down. 
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Meets and exceeds Florida Building Codes.

No effort required.No storage required.No negative effect on homes appearance.24/7 protection from intruders.Allows outdoor light into home with full visibility.24/7 protection from 99% of harmful UVs.24/7 reduction of outdoor noise.
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