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Transform your electric roll-down storm shutters into automatic rain protection. DryLanai is the new wireless system that detects rain and automatically closes your shutters before damage is done. No more damp cushions and no more downpour messes to clean up. Photo: DryLanai

Transform your electric roll-down storm shutters into automatic rain protection. DryLanai is the new wireless system that detects rain and automatically closes your shutters before damage is done. No more damp cushions and no more downpour messes to clean up. Photo: DryLanai

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  • Transform your electric roll-down storm shutters into automatic rain protection. DryLanai is the new wireless system that detects rain and automatically closes your shutters before damage is done. No more damp cushions and no more downpour messes to clean up. Photo: DryLanai
  • Transform your electric roll-down storm shutters into automatic rain protection. DryLanai is the new wireless system that detects rain and automatically closes your shutters before damage is done. No more damp cushions and no more downpour messes to clean up. Photo: DryLanai
  • Paul Johansen, president of PJNF Technologies, Naples, Fla., has launched DryLanai, a wireless system that detects rain and automatically closes electric roll-down storm shutters. The DryLanai system includes a wall controller, one or more rain sensors and an optional remote. It receives wireless signals from the rain sensors and lowers the shutters at the first sign of rain. Michele AnneLouise Cohen | Naples Daily News
  • Paul Johansen, president of PJNF Technologies, Naples, Fla., has launched DryLanai, a wireless system that detects rain and automatically closes electric roll-down storm shutters. The DryLanai system includes a wall controller, one or more rain sensors and an optional remote. It receives wireless signals from the rain sensors and lowers the shutters at the first sign of rain. Michele AnneLouise Cohen | Naples Daily News
  • Paul Johansen, president of PJNF Technologies, Naples, Fla., has launched DryLanai, a wireless system that detects rain and automatically closes electric roll-down storm shutters. Michele AnneLouise Cohen | Naples Daily News

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