Hurricane Panels Polycarbonate
How Hurricane Panels Polycarbonate Can Save Lives
Along the coastlines and up to 100 or more miles inland, a hurricane can be a devastating event. When Mother Nature releases her wrath on the states along the coast, the damages are catastrophic. Imagine all of the work and effort that goes into preparing for one of these massive storms. The first thing people think about is boarding up the windows. Hurricane Panels Polycarbonate can eliminate the worry of having to board up everything. With the thickness and durability, the Hurricane Panels Polycarbonate can withstand the extreme winds and objects thrown into the windows. If the home or building can withstand the hurricane, the Hurricane Panels Polycarbonate can withstand it too. To realize the amount of damage a bullet can cause to almost anything, and taking the force of a hurricane throwing flying objects into the Polycarbonate, the bullet will not penetrate, and neither will the flying objects.
Clear hurricane panels Polycarbonate serves many purposes within a structural building. On beautiful sunny days, the clear hurricane panels Polycarbonate allows the same clear vision as a regular glass window. The difference is the protection. With glass windows, they can shatter in storms. Glass can only sustain so much wind and damage before it cracks, breaks, or shatters completely. Clear hurricane panels Polycarbonate has made it to the top of the selling charts and all of the coastal states where hurricanes are a part of life. With our headquarters being in Florida, we know about the chaos that comes from these hurricanes. It almost always seems to hit us before entering the Gulf of Mexico. Though it is not always the case, somehow, we get some impacts from either the wind or the rain once it enters the Gulf. Even for those who wish to ride out the storms or hurricanes, they can still see everything going on outside without having to worry about the windows shattering.
Polycarbonate panels are also used for multiple purposes. There are pros and cons to using polycarbonate panels, but the cons are not that bad. They are almost unbreakable and can withstand a large amount of force. Polycarbonate panels are used in police shields and bulletproof windows. Blocking UV rays is another way the panels can protect people. UV rays can be dangerous and cause cancer if a person remains in them for extended periods. Polycarbonate panels are used as windows, overhead coverings. The panels can come in different shades or colors to fit the customers' preferences even with transparency. Since the panels are almost indestructible, polycarbonate panels can withstand extreme heat and cold temperatures. The only disadvantages are they cost more than glass. Still, the customer gets excellent quality and durability, and solvents and harsh chemicals cannot be used to clean the polycarbonate panels.