Leading Fort Walton Beach Sunrooms Provider Announces Collaboration with Local Solar Installation Company

July 31, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Fort Walton Beach, Fla. - Independently owned and operated, Titan Sunrooms has become the leading source for Fort Walton Beach sunrooms and is always looking to expand their services to better serve their clientele. The local business is proud to be announcing a collaboration with SunFarm Energy, a local solar installation company located in the panhandle of Florida.

The company's ongoing plan is to develop carport and patio packages that will include solar panels by SunFarm. Unfortunately, due to the layout of some house roofs, the effectiveness of an array will be limited due to its orientation to the sun. Titan Roof Panels on carports or those used in patio packages can allow more surface area from which to place solar panel arrays. Patios and carports can be constructed to maximize the benefit of innovative solar panels.

Titan Sunrooms has become a source for Fort Walton Beach screen rooms and has been accredited with providing the utmost in customer service and state of the art innovation by their clientele. As an example of their dedication to always evolving to meet the needs of customers, Titan Sunrooms recently completed multiple patio projects that will be incorporating new solar arrays. These arrays will allow SunFarm customers to achieve net-zero electric bills.

Titan Sunrooms has become the premier provider of sunrooms, screen rooms, patio covers, and other outdoor living structures for homeowners in Gulf Breeze, Navarre, and the entire Florida Panhandle region as they offer innovative products, professional installation services, and reasonable prices. Titan Sunrooms has over 20 years of experience and is accredited by the Better Business Bureau with an A+ rating and is ranked among the Top 500 Remodelers in the United States.

Joe M, a loyal customer of Titan Sunrooms, stated, "Titan Sunrooms has been excellent to work with from start to finish. We love the final result. We did experience a minor roof leak more than one year later and they were on it immediately and stood behind it 100%. Everyone I encountered has been very easy to work with. We get compliments all the time. Couldn’t be happier."

For more information about Titan Sunrooms please call (850) 916-7660 or visit their website at www.titansunrooms.com.

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For more information about Titan Sunrooms FWB, contact the company here:

Titan Sunrooms FWB
Fred Genkin
(850) 244-4474
sunrooms.fortwaltonbeach@gmail.com
5680 Gulf Breeze Pkwy #5 Gulf Breeze, FL 32563

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