Watch Video Storm Stoppers Inventor, John D. Smith, show you how to cut and install Storm Stoppers.
Notching out Storm Stoppers Panel for Protruding Handle–Part 1
Learn how to notch out the Storm Stoppers panel to overcome a protrusion, such as a door knob or handle.
Notching out Storm Stoppers Panel for Protruding Door Handle–Part 2
Learn how to transfer the measurements for the cut out to the Storm Stoppers panel.
Installing Storm Stoppers on an Aquarium Window
How to mount Storm Stoppers to a right angle/aquarium window, using a 1/8″ thick piece of angle aluminum.
Installing on Oversized Sliding Glass Doors
How to protect an oversized 8 foot wide slider with our welded center support brace.
Installing our Welded Brace on a slider without any bottom frame
Learn how to mount the welded brace at the bottom of sliding glass doors without a bottom frame. Mounting a span of angle aluminum at the bottom of a slider, when you don’t have a way to attach the welded brace at the bottom.
Protecting a Front Door with Storm Stoppers
How to protect a front door with glass sidelights.
Cutting Storm Stoppers for an arch
How to cut Storm Stoppers for a perfect circle and eyebrow arch.
Installing Storm Stoppers over moulding
Using doubled up 3M Dual Lock fasteners to build out the Storm Stoppers to overcome wood molding around windows.