MELBOURNE - With Mark Housman’s direction, the 11,900 square foot building on 1.75 acres located in the Lake Ibis Commerce Park in West Melbourne was designed, planned and built by MEC Construction with the assistance of Chase Bank, CPA Business Advisors and Brevard Legal.

Housman’s Aluminum & Screening is an aluminum contractor specializing in technically complex projects. Founded in 1995, it is a veteran family owned business that has grown into a multi-million-dollar organization, making it one of the largest aluminum contractors in the area and a great story of entrepreneurial success. As a licensed and insured contractor, their aluminum enclosures, patios, carports, foyers and wraps are custom cut and fabricated to compliment the architecture of the customer’s home, utilizing quality aluminum, high quality screen and top-of-the-line fasteners. The products used meet or exceed industry standards and all job construction is in accordance with accepted engineering practices and beyond.

As a leader in Brevard County, Housman’s Aluminum & Screening is excited about using the new space to educate and develop enhanced services to Brevard County and surrounding areas. Housman’s is focused on providing highly strong, enduring structures with the best materials available with competitive pricing for the benefit of the customer. The new building will provide their employees an environment where they feel invigorated and inspired to work daily with pride in every product they provide to the community they live, build and work in. The company has already branched out to Bay County and Broward County and is looking forward to reaching other areas.

Mr. Housman is proud of his good relations with local, county and state government organizations and his long-term associations with suppliers, contractors and financial institutions. Mr. Housman’s is a member of the Better Business Bureau, Angies List and Melbourne/Palm Bay Chamber of Commerce.

For more information, call 321-255-2778 or visit www.housmansaluminum.com

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