Why Install Quality Storm and Hurricane Shutters?

Simply doing nothing to protect your home from the storms and hurricanes we experience in this area is not an option. Coming up with a different solution for every severe weather threat is a waste of energy and resources. And in some areas of Louisiana, storm shutters are required with new home construction.

  1. Protection. Hurricane force winds penetrate the opening of your home, and the roof lifts off. You can imagine the damage to what’s left within. Protection of your home and family is the main reason to invest in effective storm shutters.
  2. Value. Improve the appearance of the exterior of your home, and help manage heat on the inside, and increase the resale value of your home.
  3. Peace of mind. This one-time investment gives you years of maintenance-free, easy operation. Quality storm shutters are a self-storing, easy-to-operate, security and protection solution.

“If you have to leave, you don’t have to worry about windows blowing out and the roof coming off of your house.”
Tony Fontenot

Why Cajun Home Improvement for Hurricane Shutters?

We’re your local storm and hurricane protection experts, delivering quality products and expert installation of storm shutters and wind-resistant metal roofing. We have decades of experience and good standing in the community.

And, we’re flexible. Many homeowners choose to use a more decorative form of protective shutters on the front or street-facing sides of their homes, with simpler solutions in other areas. We will help you find the right solution for your home, at the right price.

Protective Storm Shutters Styles and Functions

One style for the entire home or building, or mix it up, you choose the look and function of protective shutters.

bahama shutter

Bahama Shutters

  • Tropical look that can complement any architectural style
  • Sun protection with a 45 degree open
  • Adds privacy and pleasing dimensional aesthetic
  • Easy to open and close
  • Self storing
colonial shutter

Colonial Shutters

  • Traditional with a historic look
  • Easy to open and close
  • Self storing
board and batten shutters

Board and Batten Shutters

  • Traditional shutters with a low-country design
  • Easy to open and close
  • Self storing
accordion shutters

Accordion Shutters

  • Low profile and low impact on architectural design
  • Can protect large and oversized openings economically
  • Durable and dependable
  • Compact
  • Self storing
rolling shutters

Rolling Shutters

  • Convenient and secure
  • Operate manually, or with electric motors, switches, and remote controls
  • Easy, preventative maintenance that doesn’t require a service call
  • Low impact on architectural design

The Warranty

Warranties vary by the manufacturer of the shutters you choose. We’ll explain those warranties thoroughly as you choose. Our workmanship warranty for shutter installations will always match that of the product warranty.

Get Started on Protecting Your Home

Our storm protection professionals will measure, help you determine which style or styles of protective shutters are right for your home and budget, and give you a written estimate. Then, you can depend on expert and timely installation by our trained crews.

Don’t Delay. Contact Us Today for Storm Protection


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Surviving The Storm…

After Hurricane Andrew, which caused large-scale destruction in parts of southern Florida in 1992, a team of experts examined homes that failed and ones that survived. They found four areas that should be checked for weakness: the roof, windows, doors and garage doors. Measures can be taken to strengthen each of these areas of your home.

Installing storm shutters over all exposed windows and other glass surfaces is one of the easiest and most effective ways to protect your home. Cover all windows, French doors, sliding glass doors and skylights.

There are many types of manufactured storm shutters available. Before installing shutters, check with local building officials to find out if a permit is required.

Excerpt from FEMA’s “Surviving The Storm” A Guide to Hurricane Preparedness

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