Sales by Venetian Builders, Inc., of Screen Enclosures in Homestead, Fla., During First Half 2013 Surpass Firm's Sales in City for All of 2012, President Says Today

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The volume of Homestead screen enclosure sales for Venetian Builders, Inc., during the first half of the year has topped whole-year 2012 figures in that city by 55 percent, Venetian President Chris Noe said. The company’s performance in Homestead has helped push residential sales of sunrooms, screen enclosures, patio roofs and patio covers past 2012’s record annual volume across the company’s four-county service area.

A patio screen enclosure by Venetian Builders, Inc., Miami. Proper mesh keeps out the tiniest pests, even the minuscule but painful NoSeeums.

In Homestead, outdoor living is nearly impossible without proper screen protection from the stinging bites of NoSeeums, both on patios and over swimming pools.

It took Venetian Builders, Inc., Miami only the first six months of 2013 to top its Homestead screen enclosure volume for all of 2012, President Chris Noe said today.

Venetian growth has exploded over the first half of the year, already surpassing its annual 2012 volume across the four counties it serves: Palm Beach, Broward, Miami-Dade and the Keys portion of Monroe. Broward continues to be the biggest income producer for Venetian, with business growing the fastest in Palm Beach County.

Venetian sales have been boosted by a 2013 marketing campaign that includes retail displays in 41 Home Depot stores, including the Homestead Home Depot. "This is the first year we have a Home Depot presence for the whole year, and it shows in a near doubling of sales leads,” Noe said.

Venetian specializes in a fine mesh on screen enclosures to control tiny NoSeeums. “In Homestead, outdoor living is nearly impossible without proper screen protection from the stinging bites of NoSeeums, both on patios and over swimming pools,” Noe said. NoSeeums are tiny midges that earned their nickname by being so small that they are barely visible, and yet being capable of leaving itching, stinging welts as evidence of their presence.

On Homestead sunrooms, screen for windows also must be fine enough to protect users from NoSeeums, Noe said. The fine mesh still allows sunlight and enjoyable views to pass through, Noe said. Maintaining views becomes especially important around swimming pools, Noe said.

Venetian is nearing completion of a Homestead Florida room that measures more than 500 square feet, Noe said.

The company’s permitting experts, who are adept at working with municipal officials and homeowners associations, help reduce the time from design to the start of construction, Noe said. “We can get a homeowner into new indoor or outdoor space faster and at a lower cost than with traditional construction methods,” he said.

Venetian offers written, detailed, free estimates on solariums, patio roofs, patio rooms and swimming pool screen enclosures. In-home consultations also are free, as is a curbside visit by the Venetian mobile showroom, which allows customers to see how framing, windows, doors, insulated wall and roof panels, flooring and other structural elements all come together to serve individual needs.

For more information, call 866-596-2427.

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