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Hurripanel Fasteners, Inc.

Hurripanel was founded during the devastating hurricane season of 2005. While installing hurricane storm panels on the Gulf Coast near Houston, we realized how difficult it was for consumers to find the proper anchors, plus avoid repairing old anchor holes and relocating new anchors every storm season.

Hurripanel was created to provide simple storm panel mounting solutions, including reusable plastic corrugated panels, PanelMate® permanent storm panel anchors and mating hardware. In 2009, the company expanded into Hurripanel Fasteners and began to carry a full range of construction fastening systems, including many that are engineered to combat the type of corrosion and other wear typical in coastal areas.

Please contact us:
By phone: 1.972.417.8882 or toll free 1.877.424.7616
By e-mail: support@hurripanel.com.

We are located at 2128 Springwood • Carrollton, TX 75006

Hurripanel Fasteners Joins Neighbors to Honor Wounded Marine

Marine at his new, donated home
The Bay Area Builders Association’s motto is “Support Our Troops”. They take that motto seriously. Recently they built a house in the Texas Gulf coast area and donated it to Marine Lt. Erasmo Valles and his family. Lt. Valles was severely injured in the Iraq war in 2004 which resulted in the loss of his left leg.

Hurripanel Fasteners was honored to donate hurricane storm panels and anchors to the project. The panels were installed by Regal Plastics. The rest of the supplies and labor were donated by other local businesses including the Johnson Development Corp., Gallery Furniture, Kroger, and the Coalition to Salute America's Heroes (CSAH).



Thanks, Lt. Valles, for protecting us!
Semper Fi


Left: 1st Lt USMC Ret. Valles outside his new home.
Hurripanel hurricane storm panels on house Polygal clear panels were installed on all the windows of the new home. They provide protection from hurricanes and tropical storms. They allow natural light to enter, so they can be left on for the entire storm season.