Provider of Fort Walton Beach Sunrooms Highlights Origins of Colorbeam Framing System

July 11, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Fort Walton Beach, Fla. - Unattractive thin metal framing, fake looking plastic walls, leaky noise roofs, non-standardized installation methods and a lack of color choice led Fred Genkin, Owner of Titan Sunrooms, to look for a better way to build a quality product. The Colorbeam framing system is a modern alternative to the typically used materials in Fort Walton Beach sunroom construction.

The Colorbeam framing system was constructed using the valuable input from engineers, fabricators, installers, sales, and most importantly, homeowners, to create the system. More importantly, the new framing system has allowed further customization and reliability in severe weather than ever before in Crestview screen rooms.

Owner of Titan Sunrooms, Fred Genkin, highlighted the importance of the innovative framing system by stating, “Aluminum patio construction has remained virtually unchanged for 60 years. Unfortunately, contractors are still building with the same Light Gauge Framing materials used in the 1960’s when the industry started to grow with the population in Florida. To see rooms being rebuilt with the same failed materials and designs is insane. Titan’s Colorbeam frame is a modern alternative. It’s designed for high wind regions without the cheap look of standard aluminum framing material.”

For more information about Titan Sunrooms they can be reached via phone at (850) 244-4474 or visit www.titansunrooms.com. They are located at 5680 Gulf Breeze Pkwy Gulf breeze, FL 32563. Titan Sunrooms specializes in the manufacturing and installation of sunrooms, screen rooms, patio covers, and patio enclosure products.

###

For more information about Titan Sunrooms FWB, contact the company here:

Titan Sunrooms FWB
Fred Genkin
(850) 244-4474
sunrooms.fortwaltonbeach@gmail.com
5680 Gulf Breeze Pkwy #5 Gulf Breeze, FL 32563

ReleaseID: 60029448

Latest News

Mexico farm town prepares funerals after 9 Americans slain

Nov 18, 2019

LA MORA, Mexico — Under a strong security presence, this remote farming community prepared to hold the first funerals Thursday for some of the nine American women and children killed by drug cartel gunmen. Dozens of high-riding pickups and SUVS, many with U.S. license plates from as far away as North Dakota, bumped across dirt and rock roads over desert, arid grasslands and pine-covered mountains Wednesday as night fell on this community of about 300 people. Many of the residents are dual U.S. and Mexican citizens who consider themselves Mormon but are not affiliated with The Church of Jesus Christ...

Wisconsin Senate to vote on firing agriculture secretary

Nov 18, 2019

MADISON, Wis. — Wisconsin's Republican-controlled Senate prepared Tuesday to fire the state agriculture secretary appointed by Democratic Gov. Tony Evers, the latest in a series of skirmishes between the governor and the GOP that comes as Wisconsin is losing dairy farmers at a record pace. Republicans and Evers have been fighting since before Evers even took office. Republicans convened a lame-duck session to pass laws weakening Evers' power in December. This summer, Evers used his expansive veto to reshape the GOP-passed state budget, resulting in attempts in court and through a constitutional amendment to weaken his veto authority. And on...

Try something new with uncommonly delicious (and ugly) fruit

Nov 18, 2019

As I savor one of my just-picked American persimmons (Diospyros virginiana), I'm reminded how this fruit — and a few other delectable fruits — would never sell. Why not? Because they're ugly! Although the persimmons hung from the branches as handsome, plump, orange orbs up to a few weeks ago, by now they have shriveled and their skins are darkening to brown and black. The texture and flavor have likewise changed. They once were like dried apricots that have been plumped up in water and then dipped in honey with a dash of spice. Now, they've become mushier, with some...

Nigerian firefighters battle huge blazes at market in Lagos

Nov 18, 2019

LAGOS, Nigeria — Nigerian firefighters were battling two fires that broke out almost simultaneously Tuesday at a busy market in central Lagos, the country's largest city and commercial center. Balogun Market, where the fires erupted, is one of Nigeria's largest textile markets. "We have split our team in two to fight both fires," Ganiyu Olayiwola, head of the Federal Fire Service in Lagos, told The Associated Press. The two fires don't appear to be related, he said, adding that it wasn't immediately clear if there were any casualties. Thick black smoke and flames were shooting up from five-story buildings surrounding...

Millennial Money: Secrets of a Black Friday Shopper

Nov 18, 2019

My husband and I have a Thanksgiving routine. Before the family arrives or the turkey is carved, we gather in the living room. As Christmas music plays in the background, he turns on his laptop, and I mine. That's when the deal hunt begins. Some people cringe at the thought of shopping on Thanksgiving or Black Friday, but I revel in it. Maybe it's because I love a good bargain, or because I write about how to save money. Whatever the reason, I know a lot about Black Friday. And I'd like to share some secrets with you. SHOPPING EARLY...

Search

Deck Biz is an intelligent platform providing international and regional business news updates. You won’t get these insights elsewhere other than Deck Biz.

Contact us: sales@deckbiz.com