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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Which Form 5495 Payer

Instructions and Help about Which Form 5495 Payer

Hi, I'm Linda Donnelly from Home and Design Magazine. We're here today with Mark Schwartz, the President and Owner of Storm Force Hurricane Protection. Hi Mark, hi Linda. Glad to have you down here today. I understand there's a 5,000 square foot manufacturing plant inside, is that correct? Yes, there is, and we're so happy to have the Home and Design team here today. Although it's a beautiful day, we all know storms will come. Let's begin the season, so why don't we step inside and I'll give you a look around. Mark, I understand there are a lot of different forms of hurricane protection on the market today. Can you tell me what we're looking at here? Yes, this is a demonstration model of something people are very familiar with in this area. It's called a roll-down shutter. It's made of aluminum slats that mount above the window or door and they roll up into this top area, which we have cut away so you can see how it works. They're hidden when you're not using them, but they're automatically deployed at the touch of a button. What we have here is called an accordion shutter, which is also popular in this area. It's made of aluminum and it closes from side to side instead of up and down. They are a little bit less expensive than the roll-down shutters because they don't have a motor. They sit on the sides of the opening and they close like so. I want to show you another very popular product. It's called Armor Screen, and as you can see, it's a fabric. Yet, it's incredibly strong but light, and it's very easy to put up because it doesn't have the heaviness of metal. We find it great in situations where we need to bend around corners...