We highlight our most popular installation cities because it is important for consumers to recognize installations that take place locally. An experienced company will have a portfolio of installations and references to provide customers so that they may make an informed decision on their investment. At Assured, we are happy to provide this information!
With every quote we provide, we include a copy of our license and insurance. While shopping for hurricane windows or hurricane shutters in Boynton Beach, make sure to ask for this information. Also check the Better Business Bureau and Angie’s List (which is now free to join). By basing your decision on other customer’s experiences, you will be able to identify quality companies dedicated to customer service, such as Assured.
At Assured Storm, we regularly install hurricane shutters and windows in Boynton Beach. We have been working in the South Florida area for over 35 years and pride ourselves on our experience.
One of our most popular installation cities for hurricane windows and hurricane shutters is Boynton Beach, Florida. We have a lot of experience installing in this city due to it’s proximity to the ocean.
Assured Hurricane Impact Windows & Hurricane Shutters Popular in Boynton Beach
One of our most popular installation cities for hurricane windows and hurricane shutters is Boynton Beach, which is where we have a great deal of installation experience. Chances are we’ve installed hurricane shutters or hurricane windows or a combination of hurricane protection in your community since we’ve reached so many. Just to name a few: Avalon Estates, Banyan Springs, Indian Spring, Knollwood, Mizner Falls, Tivoli Lakes, Tivoli Reserve, Valencia Isles, Valencia Reserve, Aberdeen, Canyon Springs, Colony Preserve and many more.
Hurricane shutters are the top choice for owners of the many new homes west of Jog Road. Homeowners have also opted for impact windows in the front of their homes or on fixed windows that cannot be opened from the inside; two-story homeowners do not want to climb a ladder to close accordion shutters. Owners of older homes east of Jog Road, especially in the City of Boynton Beach east of Congress Avenue, tend to install hurricane impact windows when upgrading their homes.
The photo below shows a 2014 installation of PGT hurricane impact windows throughout. On the top floor, PGT horizontal roller hurricane windows were installed with a white frame. To the left of the front door, a single-hung hurricane impact window was installed.
Mr. Dan just bought his home in Valencia Isles in Boynton Beach and asked two of his neighbors who installed their hurricane shutters. Both said Assured Storm Protection and recommended us saying the workmanship and customer service were outstanding, the price lower and the work done on time.
Janice was looking to buy hurricane shutters for about three years, but found the cost was more than she could afford. She decided to check again and called Assured Storm Protection (which she found on Google). When she told us our price was the best she had received, but she still couldn’t afford it, we offered her our financing plan. She was able to pay $63 per month for a $5,000 job and now is a happy customer and her home is protected with bertha accordion shutters.
Anthony Sangiorgio, our vice president of sales and marketing ,who lives in Boynton Beach, was approached by a neighbor who lives in Canada part of the year and in Boynton Beach during the winter months. The neighbor had asked the president of the homeowners association for a good shutter company and was directed to Assured Storm Protection. The neighbor went to Anthony’s home and asked for a price for accordion shutters. The price was almost $1,000 less than others he had received. He told Anthony that, being in manufacturing himself, he could see the style of Assured’s hurricane shutters was exceptional. When we installed the shutters, his comment was that our workmanship is excellent.
The Permitting Process
Depending on whether your home is within the city limits or not, the permitting location and cost may differ. Boynton Beach permits for hurricane protection cost about 2.3% of the job value; in unincorporated areas permitted through Palm Beach County costs run about $180 plus another $15 for Notice of Construction (NOC).
Learn More About Boynton Beach
Boynton Beach is located close to the ocean north of Delray Beach and south of West Palm Beach, Florida. Known for its family atmosphere, Boynton Beach has an estimated population of just under 70,000 (2010 estimate). The city is situated close to the ocean making it an ideal spot for hurricane protection. Boynton Beach is located in Palm Beach County. It has a great boardwalk along the ocean that had some major improvements completed in 2012.