Living near the coast comes with its advantages, but it also makes us much more vulnerable to powerful storms, especially during hurricane season. Because we can often count on the threat of a strong ... read more
Top 4 Types of Screens These are a must-have for a Lowcountry home.
Enjoy the beauty of the outdoors without the bother of heat and insects, by installing a new screen room. This will allow you to spend time outside without the worry of mosquitos, gnats, and all the ... read more
The Benefits of Storm Panels Why they're one of the most effective ways to protect your home.
Storm panels are one of the most effective ways to minimize damage to your home or business during a storm or hurricane. Instead of using plywood sheets as a temporary solution when you’re under a ... read more
Top 6 Types of Storm Shutters Prepare your home for extreme weather with any of these classic options.
Having hurricane shutters can be the deciding factor of how your house withstands a storm, and are detrimental to have during hurricane season when you live near the coast. They are specially built to ... read more
15 Hurricane Terms You Need to Know So you can be prepared for the next one.
Hurricane season is already in full swing - with us luckily bypassing Hurricane Florence a few weeks ago. In order to be as prepared as possible, we wanted to compile the most important hurricane ... read more
Hurricane Protection on a Budget Yes, it is possible to protect your home at a lower price point!
Protecting your home in the Lowcountry from driving hurricane winds, rain, and flying debris doesn’t have to break the bank— nor does it have to take up garage or storage space, like clunky plywood ... read more
5 Myths About Hurricane Preparedness (and why they should be ignored) What you need to know about storm protection in South Carolina
"You should crack open your windows to equalize pressure." We hear this statement a lot from homeowners who are seeking storm protection advice. We're here to tell you that opening windows during a ... read more
Hurricane Shutters vs Plywood on Windows
Is Plywood a Real Hurricane Shutter? When hurricanes are on our horizon, we witness neighbors make a mad dash to Home Depot or Lowe's for plywood. They haul the wood home and cover all their windows ... read more
The Threat of Not Having Hurricane Protection
As we continue to recover from Hurricane Matthew and prepare for the upcoming hurricane season, it is important to understand what you can do to protect your home in the event of another storm. One of ... read more
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