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Fabric Based Hurricane Protection With Storm Catcher

Hurricane protection experts agree that if you do not protect all the openings of your home, it will likely fail when a major storm impacts your area. Property owners in hurricane-prone areas should heed this very sound advice and take steps to protect their homes and businesses from the damaging effects of tropical cyclones.

DIY Hurricane Protection from the Industry Leader

If you are looking for an effective, easy-to-install Do-it-Yourself solution to your hurricane protection issues, Storm Smart Industries can give it to you.

We are the largest manufacturer of hurricane protection products in Florida, with a full line of installed applications to protect any property. We are pleased to offer our exclusive hurricane fabric screen to the DIY homeowner through this channel.

Our hurricane fabric screens are a new, lightweight alternative to other, heavier hurricane shutters or panels. They are Florida Building Code and Texas Department of Insurance approved, and come ready to install, with standard mounting hardware included.

New Color Introduced

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In response to customer feedback asking for a lighter screen color, we are pleased to announce our new color, Bone, is now available for orders of any size. This softer shade screen is pictured to the right alongside our other color screens. If you have been reluctant to purchase screens due to the lack of a lighter color please consider this new option.

Best of all, you can Do It Yourself and Save! wait until the next hurricane is approaching. Order Now and protect yourself, your family and your home or business with this revolutionary wind abatement system made of hurricane fabric screen. When hurricane force winds threaten your area, be prepared and protected with hurricane fabric screens from Category5Screens from Storm Smart Industries.

Category5Screens is a division of Storm Smart Industries, and features the Storm Catcher Hurricane Wind Abatement Screen.