5 Reasons To Choose Rollac Shutters

Rollac's manually controlled and automated shutter systems offer a superb safe guard to windows and entrances. With automated systems, one touch activates all the shutters on a house or place of business. Timers can be set to raise and lower the shutters when no one is around. Keyed and digital switches are available to operate the shutters when no is around. Keyed and digital switches are available to operate the shutters from the outside. (A manual override is available for emergencies.) The entire shutter system can be integrated into an alarm system. Rollac products meet today's growing array of security needs.
Rollac shutters have been tested to withstand 140 mile-per-hour winds, the velocity that pounded South Florida during Hurricane Andrew. Rollac aluminum slats-60 percent thicker than competitors-are double walled and filled with high density polyurethane foam for better insulation and security.
Rollac will customize your shutters to accommodate any size. They are easy to install on existing homes and buildings or on new ones. On new construction, the tracks, motors, and shutter housing are built inside the walls and soffits for virtual invisible application. Most customers use Rollac shutter to cover windows, doors and skylights. They also cover store fronts, counters, kiosks, weapon cabinets, and air traffic control towers. Some businesses such as hotels, use them as room dividers. In the Houston area, Exxon USA and M.D. Anderson Cancer Center utilize Rollac shutters to cover the windows of critical computer centers. At the Johnson Space Center, the shutters provide protection for the command control center. And in Las Vegas, a magician team uses Rollac shutters to cove their tiger cage.
Privacy And Comfort
By adjusting the shutters, outside noise can be reduced by up to 70 percent-ideal for muffling the noise from street traffic, Saturday night patio parties, and Sunday morning lawn mowers. When completely closed, Rollac shutters block out all light, aiding late risers, afternoon nappers, night shift workers, and sleeping babies. With less tension on the system, a line of slots on each slat can be exposed, admitting light and air with out compromising security. The shutters protect interior furnishings against sun-fading and reduce air conditioning and heating costs.
Rollac shutters come in a variety of colors, designs, and materials depending on the degree of security required and proximity of the property to the ocean.