We have developed our line of retractable roof systems based on a technology designed by ourselves: The MANTT/ MASAW System.
It is a system designed for the covering of: hotels (hotels enclosures Pittsburgh), restaurants (restaurant enclosures Pittsburgh), bars (bar enclosures Pittsburgh) or other outdoor living space.
We design large covering systems suitable for any use. Install a telescopic covering over your hotel patio or as a protection for the breakfast veranda and make your outdoor living space in screened-in porch in quickly time.
Our retractable roof are produced according to an international patent which has been studied to offer the best quality and safety from wind (wind protection), snow (snow protection), hurricane (hurricane protection) and earthquakes (earthquakes protection).
Our facilities have in fact passed stringent seismic tests and resist winds up to 140 km/h.
HURRICANE FLORENCE (Bermuda)
The great quality of our M.A.N.T.T. System Survives Hurricane Florence!
On Monday September 11, 2006 Hurricane Florence swept Bermuda. The Category One hurricane luckily caused no fatalities or serious injuries.
Our flexible lateral panels, resisted winds up to 105 mph (169 km/h) without even bending, keeping their shape unaltered.
Trust and buy our M.A.N.T.T. system with lateral panels, patented by L.A.S.P. System
Climate in Pittsburgh:
Pittsburgh lies in the transition between a humid continental and humid subtropical climate (Köppen Dfa/Cfa), although it lies much closer to the former. It features four distinct seasons, with precipitation somewhat evenly spread throughout the year. Summers are hot and humid (with occasional heatwaves), while winters are cold and snowy. Spring and autumn are generally unstable yet mild.
The warmest month of the year in Pittsburgh is July, with a 24-hour average of 72.6 °F (22.6 °C). Conditions are often humid, and combined with highs reaching 90 °F (32 °C) on an average 9.5 days per annum, a considerable heat index arises. The coldest month is January, when the 24-hour average is 28.4 °F (−2.0 °C), and sub-zero lows (≤ −18 °C) can be expected on an average 2.6 nights per year. Extremes in temperature range from −22 °F (−30 °C), on January 19, 1994 to 103 °F (39 °C), which last occurred on July 16, 1988.
Total precipitation is greatest in May and least in October, and the average annual precipitation is 38.1 inches (970 mm), yet, on average, December and January have the greatest number of days with precipitation. Snowfall averages 41.5 inches (105 cm) per season. In terms of cloudiness, there is an average of 59 clear days and 103 partly cloudy days per year, while 203 days are cloudy. In terms of annual percent-average possible sunshine received, Pittsburgh (45%) is similar to Seattle (43%).
Although Pittsburgh generally experiences moderate weather, a few extreme weather events occurred between 1990 and 2010. The Blizzard of 1993 dumped over 23 inches (58 cm) of snow in under 24 hours, and the First North American blizzard of 2010 (locally known as "Snowpocalypse" and "Snowmageddon") dumped nearly 2 feet (61 cm) of snow in less than 24 hours. An F2 tornado entered city limits on June 2, 1998. In September 2004, the remnants of Hurricane Ivan brought gusty winds and dropped nearly 6 inches (150 mm) of rain in 12 hours.
In particular, we are specialized in: Rooftop Enclosures Pittsburgh (Retractable Enclosure Pittsburgh), Patio Enclosure Pittsburgh (Sunrooms Pittsburgh), Skylights System Pittsburgh (Skylights Sunrooms Pittsburgh), Pergola Awning Pittsburgh (Retractable Pergola Pittsburgh), Pergola Roof (Pergola Roof Pittsburgh), Pool Enclosures (Pool Enclosures Pittsburgh), Lateral Enclosures (Lateral Enclosures Pittsburgh), Vertical Side Enclosures (Vertical Side Enclosures Pittsburgh), Wind Stop Awnings (Wind Stop Awnings Pittsburgh)
The headquarters of the L.A.S.P. System (United States of America) is located in
New Jersey (209 Watchung Ave. West Orange | 07052 New Jersey).