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Our hurricane anchors are a vital part of a certified steel structure. We have included these photos of a recent installation to help bring you a better understanding of how efficient this technique is.

The photo below this text is a hurricane anchor. It is a solid, heavy duty steel screw which is machine drilled about 3 feet into the ground.


The Photo to the right is an installed hurricane anchor. To install, each hurricane anchor is lined up to match the steel base rails. A heavy duty bolt attaches the anchor t othe steel base rails. The photo reveals the fully drilled anchor and eye bolted.

Designed and engineeed with steel. Built and modified to meet your needs. With all of this, it still comes down to team work and integrity. That is what we're all about.

Everything starts when a manufacturer designed delivery vehicle arrives with your exact construction materials arrives on locations

Team work is our key to success. Direct from the manufacturer a 3 to 4 person team comes with each delivery. No offense to the local resources, but the only job these guys do is install and construct our steel buildings. They are factory trained and directed by factory engineers. These teams are awesome.

Every detail is important to us, even the galvanized steel trim.

Another 10'x10', 130mph wind load certified roll up door installed

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