Location: Cabo San Lucas, Baja California
Contractor: Juan Diego Perez
This NanaWall installation took place in the East Cape region of the Cabo San Lucas corridor (Baja California, Mexico). After the customer selected the wall configuration best suited for their particular needs the job started with the transportation of the various components across the border and into Mexico, then the 1000 mile trip down the Baja California peninsula and finally a 30 mile dirt road section leading up to its final location.
In this remote seaside community The NanaWall door assembly was successfully installed and left ready for their new owner’s enjoyment.
"Not surprisingly the 140 mph winds and intense rain were not a problem for this Wall."
Two months after the installation was completed Hurricane Odile, the most intense land falling tropical cyclone on the Baja California peninsula during the satellite era, swept across the region and inflicted widespread damage as a category 4 hurricane.
A direct hit to the area were the window was installed. Not surprisingly the 140 mph winds and intense rain were not a problem for this Wall, the interior of the room remained dry during and after the storm and the NanaWall suffered no damage at all, not in any way. This window it’s still in place today looking forward to many years of use and maybe another windy day.