Alufab USA, Inc.

Hurricane Storm Protection, Fort Myers, FL

Can Hurricane Windows Break?

Southwest Florida has some of the best beaches in Florida; the real estate is affordable, and there is a wide range of events nearly every day. Living in Florida does come with extra responsibility, though. The state experiences hurricanes, which means that property owners must be prepared. One method of preparation is to install impact windows. The first question many people ask is, “Can impact windows break?” The short answer is “yes,” but even a broken impact window is much safer than traditional glass during a storm.

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Which Home Improvements Add the Most Value to Your Home?

If you’re interested in remodeling your home or at least making some updates, you should keep in mind how those home improvements could impact the resale value of your home. While most homeowners make updates to make their homes more practical while they’re living in them, there are plenty of projects that can increase the value of your home when it comes time to sell.

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What the New Tax Laws Mean for Homeowners

You’ve likely heard about the new tax laws that were signed into law by President Donald Trump at the end of 2017. He has promised that many Americans will take home more of their paychecks, but what do these new laws mean for homeowners?

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How to Update Your Home’s Security on a Budget

You want your home to be safe and protected, but many security systems are quite expensive. Luckily there are some low-cost ways to improve your home’s security to keep your family safe without having to break the bank. Check out these ideas to update your home security on a budget.

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How to Prepare Your Home for a Flood

Each year many Florida residents deal with flooding in their homes from hurricanes or other tropical storms. Even though storms are usually unpredictable and you can’t know for sure if your home will flood, one thing you can do is to be prepared.

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How to Tarp a Roof After a Hurricane

There is a high probability that your home will be damaged if it endures a hurricane. Due to the incredibly high winds and the influx of rain they bring, hurricanes have the potential to cause devastating damage, especially to your roof. Alufab USA is here to help you.

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Why Sun Screens Help You Save Money

Protecting your home against hurricane force winds is certainly important, but there are also other less dangerous insects that you want to protect your home against. That’s why Alufab USA’s bug screens make a great addition to any home.

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How to Spot Flood-Damaged Vehicles

Thousands of flood-damaged cars turn up for sale after hurricanes, so knowing how to spot them can be the difference in getting a quality used car or a lemon. Hurricane Harvey caused damage to around half a million vehicles in Texas. Most of those had to be either totaled or scrapped, with water up to their windows or worse yet vehicles being completely engulfed by flood waters.

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How Much do Energy-efficient Windows Save?

You’ve likely heard something about energy-efficient appliances and other household items being able to save you money, but is this really true and how much can you actually save? Your home uses electricity in a lot of ways, so cutting down in certain areas can really lower your utility bills each month. The question is, “Where?”

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How to Deal with Water Damage from Mold

Dealing with mold from water damage is never fun. You may have just returned home from a devastating hurricane. Just when it looks like everything is pretty much fine, you smell something awful. Mold is devastating for both your house and your family’s health, so you want to take prompt action to prevent it from escalating any further.

Alufab USA is here to keep your home safe during hurricane season. We offer an array of hurricane shutters to help prevent debris from breaking your windows. We want you to have peace of mind during hurricane season so that you do not have to worry about a thing while you are away. However, there is only so much we can do, and shutters will not help prevent water damage mold.

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