At the time of this writing, no one knows for certain the future of Hurricane Irma or any potential hurricanes of 2017
Miami, Florida (PRWEB) September 08, 2017
Express Glass and Board Up, glass repair professionals serving Miami and all of South Florida, is proud to announce an update to its informational page on sliding glass door replacement at http://www.expressglassfl.com/sliding-glass-door-parts-replacement/ in tandem with its existing page on sliding glass door repair at http://www.expressglassfl.com/home-window-repair/sliding-glass-door-repair/. With Hurricane Irma threatening Florida at the time of this writing, the company is working hard on informational upgrades so that Florida homeowners and businesses will be able to find information should a storm hit.
“At the time of this writing, no one knows for certain the future of Hurricane Irma or any potential hurricanes of 2017,” explained Yaniet Santos, general manager. “That said, we are working as a truly local Miami glass repair company to be prepared and that includes preparedness in the sense of new information updates. If possible, we do advise Miami homeowners to check out our pages on sliding glass door repair and replacement options should we be lucky and avert disaster.”
If possible, we strongly advise all Miami residents to consider upgrading their sliding glass doors as well as their home or business glass windows to the latest technologies. Newer sliding glass doors and windows are more able to sustain high winds, though - of course - nothing can withstand a direct hit.
Upgrading Sliding Glass Doors or Windows in Times of Calm if Possible
Here is some background to this announcement. While, at the time of this writing, no one knows for certain the extent to which Miami and all of South Florida will escape from being impacted by the hurricanes of 2017, it is important to not panic. As a top glass repair company, for example, we will definitely be there to the extent of our abilities to assist South Florida in the event of a recovery. However, if South Florida is fortunate and avoids a direct hit, this season's terrible hurricane event in Texas, i.e. Hurricane Harvey, is a reminder of the importance of preparedness.
Many Miami homes have sliding glass doors which are, at best, outdated technology, and at worst, can be dangerous in the event of a storm. Homeowners and businesses throughout Miami-Dade County are encouraged to visit the upgraded information pages on the website, and to reach out for either a sliding glass door repair, if necessary, or, if possible, a sliding glass door upgrade. Express Glass is a vendor that sells so-called hurricane glass, or impact resistant glass (see http://www.expressglassfl.com/impact-resistant-glass/), and many of the newer models of sliding glass doors are more capable to withstand and at least not be so dangerous in the event of a hurricane. All of this, of course, is with the tremendous caveat that no sliding glass door or glass window can survive a direct hit from a hurricane!
Interested persons, including journalists and bloggers, are urged to reach out to the company for more information, and, of course, visit the newly updated informational pages on the website.
About Express Glass and Board Up
Express Glass and Board Up Service Inc. is a family owned and operated glass repair business with more than 20 years of experience. Their professional technicians and the large variety of inventory make Express Glass the top glass repair service. If customers are looking for Miami sliding glass repair or Ft. Lauderdale glass repair as well as glass repair in Delray Beach or West Palm Beach glass repair, please reach out to the company for a free estimate. If customers need a 24/7 Sliding Glass Door repair service in Ft. Lauderdale or Boca Raton or Miramar, technicians are standing by. The company specializes in sliding glass door repair and window glass repair; technicians will handle any glass replacement situation efficiently. Home or business glass repair is the company's main priority.
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