Storm Panels

An Economic Solution

Homeowners consider storm panels when looking for a less permanent, economical solution to protect their property from storms and hurricanes. This option offers more protection than plywood. They are lightweight and easy to install and store. These shutters are often made of galvanized steel, making them a resilient and reliable hurricane barrier option. Once the storm has passed, you can remove the panels and put them back into storage until the next major storm.

Benefits of Storm Panels

Storm panels are a little extra work on the front end, but their benefits far outweigh the installation effort. Hurricane rated and lighter in weight than the plywood alternative, Exeter panels are an easy-to-install and easy-to-store hurricane protection option.

  • Increase Property Value. Storm panels help prevent structural and glass damage, increasing your property value.
  • Cost-Effective. These panels are the most cost-effective hurricane barrier option for homeowners.
  • Easily Removable and Storable. Panels are easy to remove and store in your garage or storage area. When stacked together, these thin but durable panels take up only a few inches of floor space.
  • Transparent or Opaque. Exeter offers both transparent or opaque storm panel options.

Storm panels are a little extra work on the front end, but their benefits far outweigh the installation effort. Hurricane rated and lighter in weight than the plywood alternative, Exeter panels are an easy-to-install and easy-to-store hurricane protection option.

  • Increase Property Value. Storm panels help prevent structural and glass damage, increasing your property value.
  • Cost-Effective. Storm panels are the most cost-effective hurricane barrier option for homeowners.
  • Easily Removable and Storable. Panels are easy to remove and store in your garage or storage area. When stacked together, these thin but durable panels take up only a few inches of floor space.
  • Transparent or Opaque. Exeter offers both transparent or opaque storm panel options.

Storm Panel Installation

Exeter offers Bahama Shutter types, customized for every unique property. Ask your Exeter expert which type best suits your needs.

  • Aluminum Hurricane Rated. Engineered to withstand violent winds and debris, these aluminum shutters are the best window defense against major storms and hurricanes.
  • Aluminum Non-Rated. Made of low-maintenance extruded aluminum, these shutters are durable as well as decorative.
  • PVC Non-Rated. Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) shutters are designed to resemble wood shutters. The materials are known for being lightweight and durable.

Contact Exeter for Your Storm Panel Estimate

Exeter has been the trusted supplier of storm panel solutions to Greater New Orleans area residents for over 30 years. Our exterior window shutter experts live in hurricane-affected areas and are committed to protecting every residence we serve with premium protective materials.