Tapco Hurricane Screens and Doors
You have to see them to believe them, Tapco Hurricane Screens and Doors are Simply Amazing!
The only completely passive hurricane shutter system in the world. Tapco hurricane screens and doors use a .035 dia stainless steel wire set into an aluminum frame to protect against flying debris. They also act as a solar screen blocking 67% of heat and UV saving energy cost. Tapco screens are available in a fixed and operable models. Operable models include an ADA approved single point release latch for fire escape. Experience true peace of mind with the 24/7 protection of Tapco Hurricane Screens and Doors.
More about Tapco Hurricane Screens and Doors
- 200 Series Screen – Stainless steel mesh screen set into aluminum frame used for window protection. Screen unit is permanently attached to the structure. The fixed version offers superior impact resistance with a level “C” impact rating in the large missile test. The operable version meets all TDI requirements with the added safety of an ADA approved fire escape.
- 400 Series Door – Aluminum storm door made with stainless steel mesh screen with the great looks of a patio door easily locked for TDI approved hurricane protection. Elegant hardware is available in polished brass, satin nickel and oil rubbed bronze. Two door units can be mulled together to cover a french door opening.
- 100 Series Sliding Door – Cover susceptible sliding glass doors with Tapco sliding screen doors for ultimate hurricane protection and functionality. The powder coated stainless steel mesh will protect hurricanes, intruders and the sun.
- SPR Latch – Single point release latch standard on operable models meets ADA requirement for operation to open screen for fire escape. The ADA requires less than 5 lbs. of pressure to operate the latch.
- Solar Control – Tapco screens are tested and rated to block 67% of heat and UV rays.
Tapco Hurricane Screens and Doors Houston Texas – Houston Hurricane and Security
Tapco Screent for Houston, Galveston, Pearland, Friendswood, Texas City, LaMarque, Dickinson, LaPorte, Pasadena, Surf Side, Bolivar, High Island, Freeport, Angleton, and more.