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Understanding Different Types of Hurricane Rated Doors

Hurricane rated garage doors are a great way to keep you and your home safe during hurricane season. They provide a great deal of protection from high winds, flying debris, and flooding rains. Depending on the area you live in, there are different types of hurricane rated garage doors available to you.

1. Steel Hurricane Shutters: Steel hurricane shutters are one of the most popular types of hurricane rated garage doors. They are made from high-grade steel that has been tested to withstand wind speeds up to 200 mph. These shutters may be manual or electric-powered, and provide the highest level of protection possible.

2. Rolling Impact Garage Doors: These doors are designed to roll up and store in the tracks to limit damage from winds. Since they are lightweight, they provide protection from debris and water, but are not as durable as steel shutters.

3. Impact Resistant Garage Doors: Impact resistant garage doors are designed with reinforced frames to withstand flying debris and powerful winds. They are available in a variety of materials including wood and steel, and can also be insulated to provide additional protection from energy loss.

4. High-Wind Rated Garage Door Openers: Garage door openers with high-wind ratings are designed to work even under hurricane-force winds. They are available in both chain and belt-driven models and are built with an extra level of protection against fail-safe systems designed to automatically close the door in extreme weather conditions.

No matter which type of hurricane rated garage door you choose, safety is the priority. Make sure all elements of the door are correctly and securely installed according to the manufacturer’s instructions. This ensures the structure and lockdown system will perform correctly in the event of a hurricane.

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