Please see below for a list of Frequently Asked Questions.
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Sign up for an estimate, or give us a call at 1-954-881-9239, and let one of our friendly sales people help determine the right protection for you. Advanced Windows & Shutters sales staff are highly knowledgeable in storm protection solutions, and can help you choose the protection that is best for your situation. Our sales staff will provide you with valuable information in a no-pressure presentation.
Once you sign a contract with us, we immediately file for a permit to install impact windows or hurricane shutters with your local permitting agency. One of our technicians will come to your house to do exact measurements. Your Impact Windows or hurricane shutters are then manufactured specifically for your home. We will call to arrange an installation with you convenient to your schedule.
The time is variable due to securing permits from your city or county Building Department. But once you place an order with us, we can usually have you shutters ready to install in less than 2 weeks.
Yes, Advanced Windows & Shutters is a Florida State Certified General Contractor, License Number SCC131151106. Advanced Windows & Shutters is insured for liability, property damage and worker’s compensation.
All of our hurricane shutter systems exceed the standard of both Miami-Dade county and the International Building Code set forth in ASTM E1886/E1996, the highest standard of hurricane building material product approval, as well as the Florida Building Code. Our hurricane shutter systems offer the strongest protection and the easiest deployment in their class. We only offer the best products, because we believe that when it comes to the security of your home and the safety of your family, you should only have the best protection available.
The state of Florida now requires insurance companies to provide stated discounts for hurricane protection. However, purchasing window protection isn’t mainly about saving money on insurance premiums. It is about making your home safe and secure during a hurricane so that you have a home once the storm is passed. It is crucial that you protect your windows during a hurricane. An opening of as little as 5 percent in a wall facing hurricane winds can pressurize the house enough to blow it apart. Preventing loss is the most important solution to the hurricane insurance problem. Your savings will depend on your insurance provider. Contact your insurance agent about discount programs they provide.