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Question DetailsAsked on 9/20/2019

Should I remove the sliding door between my concrete house and the modular patio addition? Both built on slab.

The home is CBC. The patio addition is modular (once a screened in patio) with I believe aluminum outside, styrofoam insulation, and paneling inside. Someone advised NOT removing the slider door (and kitchen window) leading to this room as it is my only protection if the addition fails in a hurricane. Is this true? Don't have hurricane insurance. Not sure I can even get it with this room. I doubt the slider would even be any protection since it's not hurricane glass....in other words it's useless in that regard. I have clam shell on the windows. Any advice as to keeping or not keeping the slider and kitchen window?

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