Our designers can make a patio screen work architecturally with the home it expands, with the neighborhood, and with the weather conditions that prevail so near Biscayne Bay.
Miami, FL (PRWEB) November 07, 2013
More residents of neighborhoods in the Biscayne Boulevard corridor of Miami are opting for screen patio covers to enhance their outdoor lifestyles, Venetian President Chris Noe said.
“With two months still to go in 2013, our residential sales totals along Biscayne Boulevard and nearby are ahead of our totals there for all of 2012,” Noe said. “Like homeowners throughout our service area, Biscayne Boulevard customers are finding patio screens an economical way to add 3 season space – and really, with the South Florida climate, what is nearly a 4 season room.”
Venetian also serves homeowners in West Palm Beach, Fort Lauderdale, Homestead, the Keys and all other South Florida communities, including those with homeowners associations and their varying rules. It designs and installs patio covers, aluminum sunroom additions and swimming pool screen enclosures. It also installs patio roofs, pergolas and retractable awnings for patio shade.
Homes near Biscayne Boulevard are of different styles, shapes, sizes and vintages, Noe noted.
“With our custom design services – and we custom design every structure we build – we can make a screen room work for a homeowner’s needs and budget,” Noe said. “Our designers can make a patio screen work architecturally with the home it expands, with the neighborhood, and with the weather conditions that prevail so near Biscayne Bay.”
The Florida Building Code has tougher standards for high-wind areas, such as those near the ocean, bays, canals, other waterways, parks and golf courses, Noe said. “We’re accustomed to surpassing those standards so that our work stands up better to hurricane-force winds,” Noe said.
For homeowners torn between a screen room and a higher-cost sunroom, Venetian can engineer a patio screen frame to convert economically later to a glass-enclosed space for a fully climate-controlled patio room. “By improving in steps, a homeowner can upgrade to a solarium when the family budget permits,” Noe said.
Because Biscayne Boulevard neighborhoods have their fair share of old shade, Noe said, homeowners have the option of ordering giant code-complaint skylights that are an integral part of an insulated aluminum roof system. Venetian added the skylights this year. “The giant skylights keep a space bright but prevent it from getting too hot,” Noe said.
Venetian gives detailed, written, free estimates on all work. Free in-home consultations include curbside access to the Venetian mobile showroom.
For more information, call 866-596-2427.