Association Purchasing for Hurricane Shutters
Association Purchasing For Category 5® Hurricane Shutter Systems
Working Together to Achieve Your Association Goals
During the last few years, Florida has continued to experience severe weather conditions. These conditions have revealed many issues regarding hurricane shutter installations within condominium and homeowner associations. High Velocity Hurricane Shutter Protection Systems specializes in multi-unit shutter installations and has developed a planning tool for your association. We've designed "The Hurricane Shutter Board Report" to help you with the challenges of code compliance and architectural continuity.
The Hurricane Shutter Board Report is a complete analysis of your situation and your options as a condominium or homeowners association. A valuable and useful tool, the custom report is prepared FREE by one of our highly trained representatives. Each section of the report is helpful in assessing your particular needs and provides pertinent and factual information allowing board members to better evaluate alternatives and make decisions.
- The Specification section compares your current specs, if any, to the statutory requirements of Florida law 718.113(5) relating to adaptation of hurricane shutter specifications. Updated language regarding compliance with the revised Florida Building Code is now essential for all condominium associations.
- The Cost section provides the approximate cost of protecting each unit and common areas with hurricane shutters.
- The Insurance section highlights what actual savings can be achieved based on real discounts given by the insurance companies.
- The Recommendation section includes a comprehensive review of all areas of the board report.
Contact High Velocity
Please take the time to contact High Velocity now so we can start working today on your Hurricane Shutter Board Report. Call 239-403-2650 or visit our showroom at 3827 Progress Ave. in Naples, FL to learn more about this valuable tool we can provide for you and your association.