Hurricane IAN and Motorize Screens.
This Evening Hurricane lan became a Category 2 hurricane this afternoon and continues to strengthen into a major hurricane. Its track has become more easterly, and Tropical-storm-force winds may begin in Central Florida as soon as Wednesday night. Regardless of the exact path, there is a significant risk of life-threatening storm surges, hurricane-force winds, and heavy rainfall along the west coast of Florida, the Florida Panhandle, and throughout the state's central portion. So, what does that mean for your motorized screen?
If you do not have a motorized Hurricane Defender Screen by MagnaTrack, IT IS TIME TO ROLL UP those motorized screens. Please don't make the mistake of leaving them down. Debris begins to fly at 40 miles an hour, and all it will take is one impact. That fixed track or zipper track system is gone become a tangled mess.
Click Play and Prepare For a Hurricane The MagnaTrack way.
Don't Have MagnaTrack Hurricane Defender. Here List of Do Not Forgets.
- Bring in all patio furniture and stack or store it in the Garage. Do not through your pool furniture in the pool.
- Make sure all loose items, such are pictures and wall art, are on the walls.
- Take down all outdoor lights.
- Turn off water and gas to outdoor sinks and kitchens.
- Remove all electronic devices such as TV and speakers and store them indoors.
- If you have a pool enclosure, walk the perimeter and check the screws which attached the screen enclosure to the deck.
- If you have a baby pool fence, remove it and store it.
- Sand Bag back door.
- Walk around the backyard and secure loose items and debris.
- If you don't have impact windows or shutters, board up windows and sliding glass doors.
- When the hurricane passes, reverse the list.