<bold> If you live in an apartment 2B </bold> and <bold> some of your neighbors have hurricane shutters guarding their windows, </bold> are your unprotected windows more likely* to break because your home’s exterior is amongst the <bold> path of least resistance </bold> for the force of the hurricane winds moving through your area?
*More likely than if none of your neighbors had hurricane shutters
Your building is a two-floor dwelling, with your 2B on the top floor. All of the units marked with a <bold> ^ </bold> have hurricane shutters.
1B 2B 3B^ 4B^ 5B 6B 7B
1A^ 2A^ 3A^ 4A 5A^ 6A 7A
Thank you 🙂
Probably not. The pressure outside your window is the same whether or not your neighbors’ windows are broken.
Have a good shabbos. Hatzlacha
Thanks Meno!!! Amen 🙂
Shabbat Shalom 🔯🔯🔯
How did your windows hold up?
Thanks Meno!!! 😊
Baruch Hashem – Everything held UP!!!! 👍👍☺
Stuffed them with paper towels and taped them shut… some damp paper towels and a few stuck ants… thank G-d they held up!!! Back sliding glass door too ☺