VENICE -- Shares of PGT Innovations Inc., the maker of storm-resistant doors and windows, hit a 52-week high amid unusually heavy trading as Hurricane Irma approached last week.

The company said it resumed limited production Tuesday at its manufacturing plants in Orlando and Miami, and planned to start up on a limited basis at its Venice facility on Wednesday and be at full strength the next day.

None of the 2,700-employee manufacturer's facilities or inventory was damaged, the company said.

PGT said it will assess the financial impact of the storm over the coming weeks and provide an update.

"Due to Florida’s robust building codes, which the company assisted in developing, early reports are showing that Florida was able to better weather this storm because of those efforts," company president Jeff Jackson said in a statement. "As we look forward, our focus is the continued well-being of our people and customers, and returning to production to take care of those customers’ needs.”

PGT's stock traded at $14.88 on Friday, the high mark for the past year, while Irma churned toward the state. Investors traded 1.7 million shares that day, more than five times the average volume. Trading topped 1 million shares on each of the three previous days. Volume eased to 830,000 shares on Tuesday, still about 2.5 times the average.

The price was down to $13.93 at Wednesday's close on the New York Stock Exchange, but that is up 27 percent over the year.

The company said it set up an assistance center in the Naples area to provide supplies like generators, chain saws and water.