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Retractable Roofs Connecticut

Retractable Awnings Connecticut
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Rooftop Enclosures Connecticut

Commercial Canopies and Awnings Connecticut | Residential Awnings Connecticut

Established since 1958, L.A.S.P. System is the World leader in the production and installation of covering systems and approaches the market with innovative, high performance products.

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 Connecticut), restaurants (restaurant enclosures Connecticut), bars (bar enclosures Connecticut) 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 Connecticut:

Interior portions of Connecticut have a humid continental climate, while the Connecticut shoreline (the state's southern four counties) has a borderline humid subtropical climate (sometimes statistically meeting this climate's criteria, sometimes not) with seasonal extremes tempered by proximity to the Atlantic Ocean. The city of Bridgeport (on Long Island Sound), like most other areas in metropolitan Connecticut, typically falls within the humid subtropical climate zone under the Köppen Climate Classification system. Hartford (35 miles inland) has a humid continental climate. Consistent with its coastal reputation, Connecticut is a moderately sunny state, averaging between 2,400 and 2,800 hours of sunshine annually.

Summer is hot and humid throughout the state, with average highs in New London of 81 °F (27 °C) and 87 °F (31 °C) in Windsor Locks. Although summers are quite sunny in Connecticut, summer thunderstorms often bring quick downpours and thunder and lighting. Winters are generally cool to cold from south to north in Connecticut, with average temperatures ranging from 38 °F (3 °C) in the maritime influenced southeast to 29 °F (−2 °C) in the northwest in January. The average yearly snowfall ranges from about 50–60" in the higher elevations of the northern portion of the state to only 20-25" along the southeast coast of Connecticut. Early Spring (April) is coolish and mid and late Spring (May/early June) is warm to hot. Fall months are mild and bring colorful foliage across northern parts of the state (the southern and coastal areas have more oak and hickory trees and fewer maples) in October and November. During hurricane season, tropical cyclones occasionally affect the region. Thunderstorms are most frequent during the summer, occurring on average 30 times annually. These storms can be severe, and the state usually averages one tornado per year.[25] Connecticut's warmest temperature is 106 °F (41 °C) which occurred in Danbury on July 15, 1995; the coldest temperature is −32 °F (−36 °C) which occurred in Falls Village on February 16, 1943 and Coventry on January 22, 1961.

In particular, we are specialized in: Rooftop Enclosures (Rooftop Enclosures Connecticut), Patio Enclosure (Patio Enclosure Connecticut), Skylights system (Skylights System Connecticut), Pergola Awning (Pergola Awning Connecticut), Pergola Roof (Pergola Roof Connecticut), Pool Enclosures (Pool Enclosures Connecticut), Lateral Enclosures (Lateral Enclosures Connecticut), Vertical Side Enclosures (Vertical Side Enclosures Connecticut), Wind Stop Awnings (Wind Stop Awnings Connecticut)

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), but through its network of partners we are active throughout Connecticut:

Cities: Bridgeport, New Haven, Hartford, Stamford, Waterbury, Norwalk, Danbury, New Britain, Bristol, Meriden
 
 
 
   
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