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Hurricane Shutter Installation And Repair reviews in Houston

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  • The installation of the shutters went well.  Maria and Elena work in the office.  They handle the phone calls and were a pleasure to work with.  Felix was the installer and he was very knowledgeable and professional.  Felix and an assistant showed up at the scheduled day and time and everything was installed as planned.  There were no problems with the original installation and all shutters worked as advertised.

    - Charles G.
  • I am very pleased with the service provided.  Mark and his crew were prompt, courteous and professional.  I did get two other bids - the reason I went with Mark was his honesty.  He did not try to sell me something I did not need. 
    - Sandra K.
  • Mr. Birkline was very easy to work with.  We never met face to face (my schedule) but upon
    completion and inspection, I was very happy with work done.  This is a rental
    property and tenant as well as neighbors were very complimentary.

    - Carole P.
  • I can't say enough good things about this company from sales to service. Their installation team is the hardest working group I have ever had doing work on my house. This is a 3 story house so it was not an easy job. They have an attention to detail and quality work that I have not seen in a long time. The shutters look great and work very well! Thanks Rollac!
    - connie w.
  • I have an older brick home with windows that have decorative trim and decorative wooden shutters. Because of the trim and the shutters, I did not like the appearance of rolling shutters on my older home, which has very traditional architecture. Retrofitting this older home became a challenge because I didn't want to remove the existing trim on the windows. In addition, the windows on the second floor are almost impossible to board-up during hurricane season because the windows are so wide and tall that plywood boards are heavy and unwieldy and difficult to handle. The windows on the second floor do not have shutters or trim. Those windows -- and other large windows -- became the focus of my inquiries into storm protection, and I'm very glad that I took the time and made the effort to find the best product.
    I began a long search and eventually met Brian at HHS. He showed me the many different kinds of products available and suggested that I might like Tapco screens.
    I LOVE the Tapco screens. They look very much like regular screens that one sees on windows, but the strength of the wire makes the screens able to withstand storm winds. It isn't dark inside the house; in fact, there is little difference in the amount of light that comes into the home. Since the windows face west, I do think that we are getting some sun protection, as well.
    The screens look really good, and my neighbors like them, too -- a very important point because I didn't want to install anything unsightly or unattractive.
    We had many challenges retrofitting this older home, and Brian was very conscientious about service and installation. I am very pleased with the product and the service I received.
    One suggestion that I would make to anyone wanting hurricane protection (shutters) would be to start as early in the season as possible so that your order doesn't have to be placed at the peak of the season. If you place your order at the peak of the season in a city as large as Houston, Texas, you may find that delivery of your product is delayed due to a supplier's fabrication schedules elsewhere.
    - K T.
  • I went through three companies and estimates before I decided on Brazoria construction. They gave the lowest quotes and was very punctual. Mark explained the process and how long it takes to get it ordered from the manufacturer. He was also punctual with his and was very flexible in what time they want to come and install it.
    - SAJ T.
  • They were very good.  They were attentive, the price was good and it was installed on time.  They came when they said they were going to come and did the job extremely well.  It was a simple job and they were very attentive when they were doing the job because they had to be careful with the plants around the windows.  They were very good and I will have them back again to do more work, in fact the name signifies it all.  They have actually given me a quote for the roller blinds and we are just saving up for that.
    - Linda C.
  • My home has several large, fixed, low r windows that also have frosting on some. My goal was to have some window protection that, in case I was away, could be installed by my wife. The large window are big enough that it would be work for two to hold up and nail plywood. 
     After an Angies List and web search I contacted several providers of metal screens. Two did not even return calls, one sent an email telling me the square foot cost and stating they would send out someone to estimate if i wished.
    Troy King of Cat 5 didn't mess around. He and I worked out a date for his estimate and stayed in contact until it was done. I had expressed my concerns about staying within a budget and he worked with me on that, showing me some smaller window that were somewhat sheltered by fences and shrubs. Also, there was one window that i did want alumiminum blinds on but Troy Knig showed me why it would not be recomended at that window becasue on the nature of the brick facade. He could have sold it to me anyway and I would not been any wiser.( I took that oppertunity to go ahead and cut plywood to fit but made it in sections so it would be lighter)
    His price of $1,445 was within my budget and I told him to go ahead. Covered was three 6ft x 5ft picture windows, three 3ft x 5ft and one french door. The blinds are corrogated aluminum that span the windows or door and each section is some 3 ft wide. They are secured on studs that are mounted on the facings. I had planned on uploading some photos but thought I had better finish this review.
    When the blinds were ready, Troy and his assistant, I regret his name has slipped my mind, installed the mounts in about
    2 1\2 hours. He then demonstrated installation to my wife and I, left me an ample supply of wing nuts and best of all, a map of the windows labeled to match the labels on the blinds.
    I have used many contractors both at home and in my business and I could not have asked for better service.
    - Carl A.
  • The process consists of an initial visit where measurements are taken so that the panels can be custom cut to fit the windows. After that, installation on our home (Heights bungalow) took about four hours. Troy and his team are professional and made sure everything -- including our stack of storm shutter panels -- was cleaned up and put away. Troy even forgot one set of panels in the back of his truck and called promptly to schedule a drop-off of the forgotten set.

    To say the very least, the peace of mind knowing that, should a storm head our way, we have a ready way of protecting our windows is worth every penny of this service.
    - Hugh F.
  • We were extraordinarily pleased with them. The installation went very efficiently and the quality of their product has been good. We spent $3000, but it was worth it. Everything about them was satisfactory including the crew that came out. When we called the guy for the bid, he showed up and gave us a bid. Then the contract guy came in and did the installation. Everything is in good shape and there was no mess. We had one small problem, but we never called them back about it because it was a minor job and my husband took care of it. He fixed it in about 10 to 15 minutes. We never even gave them an opportunity to make that right. We didn?t discover that until about two months after they left because we don?t usually use those storm shutters. They hadn?t put those shutters in, but they had to take them off when they installed them because of the windows. We didn?t have any problems with them. They were great. I would use them again. We recommended them to our neighbor and they used them as well.
    - Kathryn L.
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