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Storm Trim

Henry Hay: "Well, what you want to have is a system that's safe and easy to get up and that you can get up quickly and then get out of town. We've got some systems here where the anchors for the hurricane protection are actually in the window. You pull this little section off and screw your hurricane protection in, what you see here. This is OSB which works or also tested with a panel that you can screw on which is also tested. It's lightweight. It's not dangerous like a metal panel. If you've already got an existing window, we got another system that just clips into the window, remove the same cover and install your storm protection there.

"Well, doors are interesting because you need to get back in or out of the house once you put the storm protection up. With this system that we have, you can put the protection on the actual door panel and then enter or exit the home. You remove this same strip. You attach your panel or plywood here. Then you can close or open the door as you need.

"Well, this is actually a system called Storm Trim that you can put on any window, any door, garage door, any opening. It fits over it. The same system works here. You remove it and you insert your screws to attach your hurricane protection."

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