Venetian Builders, Inc., Targets Increased Sales of Tamarac Sunrooms, Patio Covers, Screen Enclosures Through Recently Added Home Depot Retail Displays

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Miami-based Venetian Builders, Inc., is targeting Tamarac, Broward County, for increased residential sales of its custom-designed aluminum sunrooms, patio covers and screen enclosures, in part through retail displays recently placed in four nearby Home Depot stores. Venetian, which has increased sales in Broward for the third straight year, is working to boost its business in the largely residential community.

A sunroom by Venetian Builders, Inc. Aluminum framing technology adds living space faster than a room built by traditional construction methods can, and for less money.

We’re experienced at building to meet the most demanding regulations in the code, for high-wind areas such as along inlets, canals, ponds, lakes, golf courses and parks.

The recent addition of retail sales displays by Venetian Builders, Inc., Miami, to four Home Depot stores near Tamarac is helping the installer of sunrooms, patio covers and screen enclosures step up its marketing to homeowners of the Broward County city, Chris Noe, Venetian president, said today.

“The Home Depot displays are helping us expose our products and services to Tamarac residents,” Noe said. The displays are made of actual aluminum framing components that would go into a Tamarac sunroom addition, patio cover or swimming pool screen, Noe said.

Tamarac, which has limited business zoning, has no Home Depot. “But we’ve got Tamarac surrounded,” Noe said. “Among the dozens of retail displays we’ve placed in Home Depot stores over the past six months are two in Sunrise stores, one in Coral Springs and one in North Lauderdale. Those four Home Depots are in communities that border Tamarac.”

The Venetian partnership with Home Depot, which totals 41 South Florida stores, has increased sales in Miami-Dade, West Palm Beach and its suburbs, and in Broward County by 150 percent during the first quarter of 2013, Noe said. Broward continues so far in 2013 as the leading Venetian market.

“We’re trying to impress upon Tamarac homeowners that our custom designs can make any aluminum addition fit in well with the city’s varying neighborhood and home styles,” Noe said. “We are also adept at designing to fit a homeowner’s budget.”

Venetian builds not only to meet the tough Florida Building Code, but also to surpass it, Noe said. “We’re experienced at building to meet the most demanding regulations in the code, for high-wind areas such as along inlets, canals, ponds, lakes, golf courses and parks,” he added. “And our screen rooms and pool domes can protect not only from natural pests, but also from errant golf balls.”

Many of the original homes in Tamarac that were built for use by snowbirds have only two bedrooms and limited space, Noe noted. “Aluminum sun rooms and insulated patio enclosures are economical ways to increase living space in those homes, and at a cost that is lower than for traditional construction methods,” he said.

Venetian has experts who deal with municipal permitting officials and homeowners associations to expedite the planning and inspection processes, Noe said, saving the homeowner time and money.
All estimates are free, written and detailed.

The company services an area from Jupiter on the north to the Keys on the south, including all major cities in between – West Palm Beach, Hollywood, Fort Lauderdale and Miami – as well as their suburbs.
Homeowners can arrange for a free at-home consultation through a Home Depot store with a display or by calling Venetian directly.

For more information call 866-596-2427.

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