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Hurricane-Rated Garage Doors in Hillsborough County MIAMI-DADE APPROVED

If a garage door is not hurricane-rated, it is at risk of being blown open by high winds during a hurricane. This can damage the door and the contents of the garage, and can also pose a safety hazard to people and animals nearby.

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One way to help protect your home from hurricane damage is to install a hurricane rated garage door. These garage doors are designed to withstand high winds and flying debris, and can help keep your home safe and dry during a storm. Plus, they come in a variety of styles to suit any home’s aesthetic. So, if you’re looking for a way to help protect your home from hurricane damage, consider investing in a up to code hurricane rated garage door

If you're not sure if your garage door is hurricane rated or windcode rated, request a free review from our professionals.

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Why Storm Doors are Important

Garage doors need to be reinforced in high-wind conditions, but many people are unaware of this fact. These doors are often referred to as Wind Load Rated, Storm/Hurricane Rated, or simply Wind Rated. As the homeowner, you are responsible for choosing the appropriate wind load product to meet or exceed your local building code, with the help of your builder and garage door dealer.

Local wind load requirements for garage doors can vary depending on the size of the door, its location on the structure, and the local wind zone, among other factors. Homeowners are responsible for making sure their garage doors meet local building codes.

Our hurricane garage doors are the best way to protect your property from the most severe weather conditions.