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.

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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

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