Shutters Are Excellent For Lafayette Area Homes and Businesses to Improve Security and Protect Against Hurricanes
When A Hurricane Comes, You Won't Need To Stand in Line To Buy Wood To Protect Your Windows. Our Shutters Are Easy To Open Or Close - People Can't Believe How Easy They Are To Operate!
The Jim Olivier's Home Improvement shutters can close and protect your home and family in no time. Then, when the storm passes, you simply open them with ease afterwards. If a tornado warning hits the Lafayette area, you can simply close the shutters and protect your windows. The shutters provide exceptional peace of mind if you have to evacuate for hurricane. You won't ever have to wait in long lines to get wood as a storm approaches. Think of the protection these shutters offer against looters!
These Shutters Provide Real Privacy For Any Room Or Storefront In No Time
If you decide that you want privacy for any room or storefront, just close the shutters, and you will have absolute privacy.
When Criminals See A Home Or Storefront With Shutters and Those Without - Which Ones Do You Think They Will Target?
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Even if your windows have high performing glass and keep out the cold, the walls and the insulation around your walls may be the problem behind the cold creeping into your home. Place your hand to the side of the window and around the window frame to see if there is a cold draft. If you can feel the cold coming in, chances are the window installer didn't do a good job insulating around your windows. We can come and check your windows for you -- give us a call and we'll give you a free estimate.
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Here's a quick test to tell whether or not you need to weatherize your home: on a cold night, stand next to your windows and put your hand against the glass. If the window is really cold, you should have them checked. Hold your hand about an inch from the window and see if you can feel a draft. if there is a draft, then you'll be losing a lot of energy --that cool air in the summer, and the warm air in the winter -- and that will drive up your energy costs.