Colonial Shutters Provide a Traditional, Versatile Style
Enhance the look and feel of your home with gorgeous colonial shutters. Storm Smart Southeast Florida provides Wet Palm Beach, FL homeowners with hinged colonial shutters. Colonials are permanently mounted shutters that are hinged on the side and fold back into a closed position. The louvered panels are available in single, bifold or trifold designs. Whether in the front of the home only or along the sides, colonial shutters dramatically add character. In the closed position, this type of shutter provides security and privacy. Like the Bahama shutter, Colonial shutters must be deployed from the outside and meet Florida Building Code requirements. Schedule a free consultation with us today!
Heavy-Duty Aluminum Colonial Shutters
Colonial shutters not only look great, they also provide storm protection. They’re constructed of heavy-duty aluminum, give them a weatherproof and reliable make that stands up to storms. These shutters have many benefits, including:
- Easy installation
- Custom colors
- Easy operation
- Custom sizes
- Versatile protection
- Noise reduction
- Architecturally pleasing
The Historic Feel Of Plantation Shutters
Colonial shutters are often called plantation shutters. Plantation shutters provide the perfect addition to your home for people who love the look of colonial homes in the South. The small blades offer the look of historic wooden shutters with the construction of heavy-duty materials. You’re protected from the harsh elements of hurricanes and storms while living in style. Our colonial shutters also offer optimal airflow and security, adding to the look and feel of your home.
Providing Code-Approved Hurricane Protection
Storms are no joke in Florida. We understand you cannot take chances with your home, so we offer our Colonial Hurricane Shutters protection. They’re engineered to withstand heavy winds and rain. Our Colonia shutters exceed the Florida Building Code to ensure their strength. If you don’t need that level of weather security in your area, we also offer low-impact Colonial Shutters. These beautiful shutters are designed more for decoration than safety.
Stay Safe During a Storm with Hurricane Shutter Maintenance
One of the most important things to think about with shutters is proper maintenance, especially during hurricane season. Your colonial shutters need upkeep throughout the year. The maintenance is simple and easy for your convenience. Homeowners should:
- Vacuum the tracks
- Lubricate the tracks with silicone spray
- Wipe down the blades
- Replace worn parts
Our Team of Shutter Experts
Our team in West Palm Beach is focused on protecting you and giving your home a beautiful look. We’ve been in business since 2016, helping people with all their window and storm needs. Our comprehensive line of products offers you the very best in installations, storm protection, and a focus on customer service. Our highly-trained technicians will help you determine the best places in your home for Colonial shutters. When you need optimal protection from strong hurricane winds, Colonial shutters are a perfect addition.
Prepare Your Home for Hurricane Season Today
Your safety is our priority. Storm Smart’s colonial shutters are easily closed in a matter of seconds as strong winds approach. We offer a year of maintenance to ensure your shutters are working at their peak performance. Storm Smart Southeast Florida has been a trusted name in West Palm Beach, FL for many years, so trust us with all of your shutter and maintenance needs. We’re always happy to provide input on your colonial shutters and help you determine the best locations for them. Contact us today for more information on our services.
Like clock work. Measurements were spot on and things came together very smoothly. I was informed throughout the entire process.
The service techs did a great job on repairing the broken storm shutter and servicing all of the shutters on the whole house. Thank you.
Professional every step of the way. Really felt I could trust them to do a good job, and they did! The shutters look terrific.