The recent updates have been developed to offer Floridians a stronger sunroom design, capable of withstanding the strong winds, hurricanes, and extreme weather conditions the state is known for.
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With the latest announcement, Titan Sunrooms now offers an expanded range of Colorspan and Colorbeam framing systems in a large array of colors for customers to choose from.
Back when light frame aluminum systems became popular for households in Florida, the world was a different place. It was the 60s, and the rules were a little vague when it came to building regulations and requirements – which is why so many of the designs from back then can’t hold up to today’s exacting standards. It’s also the reason that so many customers are caught in a cycle of constant rebuilding, with their sunrooms regularly being subjected to damage and even entirely destroyed by extreme weather conditions.
Titan Sunrooms offer an alternative to break the cycle and provide customers with high-quality, durable sun and screen rooms that can withstand even Florida’s hurricanes. With the Colorbeam framing, roof, and wall systems, their sunrooms are stronger and better functioning than aluminum, vinyl, and even wood options – and the systems can be customized with a variety of colors, too.
Where a sunroom should be a practical, livable space that enhances the appearance and worth of any property, the truth is that most are built with cheap components that don’t live up to expectations. In fact, the insulated panels used by most companies are identical to those used in mobile homes and refrigeration facilities – and they’re not designed to last. But Titan’s Colorbeam wall system is modern, durable, and insulates incredibly well. The smooth matte finish comes with a 40-year guarantee.
Similarly, the Colorbeam roof system has been developed to insulate sunrooms without the worry of leaks, noise, and unpleasant echoing through amplified sound. Made with high-density insulating cores, the system is corrosion resistant and reflects heat to make sunrooms practical and comfortable. They’re also designed to be mechanically connected, so there are no vulnerable seam panels to let rain in.
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