ACCORDION SHUTTERS SYSTEMS WE SPECIALIZE IN

Compare the Options of Accordion Shutters 

All of our accordion shutters are made from high quality aluminum and are approved by The Florida Building Code. “The Florida Building Code incorporates all building construction related regulations for public and private buildings in the State of Florida…”

They are also approved by Miami Dade County which has the strictest requirements compared to other counties in Florida and therefore meets all of the Florida requirements for that product. As an industry standard, accordion shutters are made to protect against category 5 winds, however due to the span of the opening where the shutters are installed the impact resistance can vary (larger openings will have less resistance whereas smaller openings typically have more resistance).

Supernova

Supernova Accordion Shutters can be configured with standard tracks or with a rainguard track + bushings.

Supernova Base

Supernova Base accordion shutters come with standard tracks and no bushings.

Features an easy to use push lock.

To use the push lock, bring the blades together and lock in place with a simple push. Use the included key to unlock.

Supernova Deluxe

Features rainguard tracks which are wider than standard tracks and they help to keep the rain from coming in between the shutters and the windows.

Includes bushings, plastic tips that surround the screws at each of the joints where the accordion shutter blades meet.

Rainguard tracks in combination with the bushings provide a stronger structure.

Features an easy to use push lock.

To use the push lock, bring the blades together and lock in place with a simple push. Use the included key to unlock.

Bertha

Bertha HV1 and HV2 Accordion Shutters come standard with rainguard tracks + bushings.

Features rainguard tracks which are wider than standard tracks and they help to keep the rain from coming in between the shutters and the windows.

Includes bushings, plastic tips that surround the screws at each of the joints where the accordion shutter blades meet.

Rainguard tracks in combination with the bushings provide a stronger structure.

Features a 5-point locking system which includes a push lock and 4 locking rods.

Locking rods (also called pins) are installed with 2 at the top and 2 at the bottom. Use the thumbscrews to loosen the rods and lift them. Then bring the blades together and move the locking rods to the center holes. Tighten the thumbscrews to lock in place.

Likewise, use the locking rods when the shutters are not in use to keep the blades open.

To use the push lock, bring the blades together and lock in place with a simple push. Use the included key to unlock.

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