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Made of a resin material, clear polycarbonate storm panels can completely cover existing windows and doors, letting natural light in. Panels have four times the impact resistance of plywood while being 60 percent lighter and 200 times stronger than glass, the maker claims. Panels are Miami Dade tested and approved, simulating 170 MPH wind pressure!

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Custom fit Polycarbonate Storm Panels are a smart, versatile, cost effective, impact resistant solution. Mount panels ahead of any storm or keep in place for ambient privacy with UV protection. Many homeowners keep select panels up and in place permanently or for the entire hurricane season as they are barely noticeable. 



Store reusable panels away until hurricane season and clip over any size window or door in minutes with our invisible, easy mount system.

These exceptionally light and durable impact resistant coverings saves the expense or inconvenience of replacing windows, installing obtrusive shutters or fussing with bulky plywood. These Storm Panels provide years of maintenance free protection, privacy and peace of mind




We measure, cut and deliver each 16mm impact panel for a perfect fit, guaranteed. Call: 386-387-2144 or fill out the following form

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The term Polycarbonate describes a polymer which is composed of many (“poly”) identical units of bisphenol A connected by carbonate-linkages in its backbone chain.


Multiwall polycarbonate is a lightweight material that is used in the construction industry to reduce building costs while guaranteeing compliance with loading requirements.


A key feature of polycarbonate is its transparency. Multiwall polycarbonate enhances daylighting when integrated into roofing systems, walls, windows and skylights.  It creates a more comfortable ambience while also ensuring good thermal insulation. Polycarbonate can be suitably tinted to modulate light transmission, optimize shading and thus reduce overheating inside the building. Colored pigments are used to achieve pleasant color effects to satisfy the most demanding aesthetic and architectural requirements.


Polycarbonate is used in the construction of translucent roofing and walls, skylights, fixed and operable insulated windows. Polycarbonate systems are designed to make installation simple and safe, and ensure compliance with most building codes.  Polycarbonate products are all tested and certified for fire rating, loading and thermal performance.

U.V. and Hail Resistant

Multiwall polycarbonate is tested to ASTM standards for hail impact to ensure against the most inclement weather conditions.  Co-extruding a high-performance U.V. coating  to exterior surfaces ensures optimal performance under prolonged exposure to the harshest sunlight. Products are also third-party tested and certified by ASTM standards for accelerated weathering.


Multiwall polycarbonate has a particularly high impact strength. Products meet the requirements and safety standards for translucent glazing in public and private work environments.

An Environmentally Friendly Material

The process of extruding multiwall polycarbonate involves very low energy consumption and has a minimal impact on the environment. Polycarbonate is an energy-efficient solution and is 100% recyclable at the end of its life. The use of multiwall polycarbonate can also qualify for LEED credits.

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