Venetian Builders, Inc., Sales Volume for Sunrooms, Screen Enclosures in First Half of 2013 Tops Total Sales for 2012, President of Miami Company Announces Today

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It’s a record year for residential sunroom, screen enclosure and patio roof sales for Venetian Builders, Inc., with first-half sales topping the residential volume for the entire previous year, President Chris Noe said. Venetian is on pace to more than double sales for 2012, Noe said.

A sunroom by Venetian Builders, Inc. Windows and trim can be made to reflect those in the original home.

Increasing supervisory personnel as well as crews has helped us maintain our standards and complete projects on time, and homeowners appreciate that.

Venetian Builders, Inc., Miami, which builds quality aluminum sunroom additions, screen enclosures, patio roofs and patio covers in South Florida, broke its annual sales record by 24 percent in just the first half of 2013, President Chris Noe said today.

“We’re gratified by the acceptance of our products by homeowners in Palm Beach, Broward and Miami-Dade counties, and in the Florida Keys,” Noe said. “We think our insistence on quality and our willingness to custom design everything we install have a lot to do with that.”

This year is the first full year that Venetian Builders has a retail presence to augment sales from the Internet and word of mouth, Noe said. Venetian has retail sales displays in 41 Home Depot stores throughout South Florida. “Our leads have almost doubled with the retail displays,” Noe said.

Maintaining quality while expanding has been a paramount goal, Noe added.

“Increasing supervisory personnel as well as crews has helped us maintain our standards and complete projects on time, and homeowners appreciate that,” Noe said.

Noe said Venetian custom designs every project it undertakes, regardless of its size or budget. “We know that the best West Palm Beach sunroom isn’t necessarily the ideal Fort Lauderdale solarium or the perfect Boca Raton Florida room,” he said. “We design and build each to fit individual needs. Custom design lets us create a structure that’s just right for the home it expands and for the neighborhood it’s in.”

Venetian’s permitting experts are adept at dealing not only with municipal officials, but also with homeowners associations, whose rules can vary widely, Noe said. “That helps us cut the time from design to construction,” Noe said. “It helps us get homeowners into their new space, whether it’s interior space or an outdoor room, sooner than they might think possible, and at a lower cost than with traditional construction methods.”

Venetian builds to meet or exceed code, even in high-wind areas, such as along lakes, ponds, canals, golf courses and parks, Noe said: “If you look at the frame on one of our pool screen enclosures, it looks as elegant as other frames do, but it’s stronger because we use heavier-gauge aluminum. That’s the kind of quality homeowners look for.”

Venetian added new products in 2013, further expanding sales, Noe said. Introduced this year were giant code-compliant skylights, wooden roofs for homes in areas where insulated aluminum panels are not accepted, and retractable awnings.

Venetian estimates are free, written and detailed. No-cost in-home consultations include a curbside visit by the Venetian Builders mobile showroom. “We don’t make shoppers travel to us; we bring the showroom to them,” Noe said.

For more information, call 866-596-4272.

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