Nine assemblies made by Sentrigard Metal Roofing Systems have been OK’d for use in Florida’s Miami-Dade County, a hurricane-prone region.
Nine assemblies made by Sentrigard
Metal Roofing Systems have been OK’d for use in Florida’s Miami-Dade County.
“These approvals are important to our customers in
Florida, but they also impact our customers in the Mid-Atlantic who are
regularly affected by hurricane-force winds,” explained Chris Payne, manager of
technical services for roofing for Sentrigard Metal Roofing Systems and distributor
N.B. Handy Co. “The Miami-Dade County standards make certain assemblies can
withstand the strongest winds in the United States. The high-velocity wind zone
in Florida encompasses Miami-Dade and Broward counties, including wind speeds
up to 150 mph. This means Sentrigard Metal Roofs are designed to not only
withstand high winds from hurricanes but also other sources of inland
devastation, such as tornadoes and wind-related weather events.”
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