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    State Board Meeting April 30

    The next State Board Meeting is Saturday, April 30 at the Safety Harbor Resort & Spa.

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    Make Sure Your Contractor Is Licensed

    Unlicensed activity is against the law. Visit the Department of Business and Professional Regulation's website for details on what to look for on a contractor's license.

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    Aluminum Construction Industry Awards

    The 2015 AAF Aluminum Construction Industry Awards were presented November 7 at Rosen Shingle Creek.
    Take a look at this year's winners by clicking the button below.

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    AAF John DeCosmo Golf Tournament

    Save the date for the 2016 AAF John DeCosmo Golf Tournament - November 18 at the Shingle Creek Golf Club.

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Welcome to The Aluminum Association of Florida



Hofmann inside looking leftThe Aluminum Association of Florida is the professional trade association for aluminum contractors, aluminum fabricators and aluminum related businesses. Our contractor members offer many different services including: pool enclosures, vinyl and acrylic enclosures, awnings, shutters, sunrooms, siding, and so much more. Find a contractor in your area on our chapters page.

The not-for-profit association is the professional trade group for contractors, fabricators, and suppliers of products and services to them. It has chapters throughout and continues to grow.  Whether a homeowner or a professional in the industry, we are here to assist you.

 

 

The AAF is Working For You


The Florida Building Commission upheld the AAF position that electrical outlets are NOT required in Category I, II, or III Sunrooms. The Commission held the second reading on the Declaratory Statement filed by Joe Belcher on the behalf of AAF. The Declaratory Statement sought to resolve a conflict between two standards adopted by the code, AAMA 2100, Voluntary Specifications for Sunrooms, or NFPA 70, National Electrical Code. The Commission agreed with AAF, by unanimous vote, that the AAMA Standard was specific to sunrooms and therefore prevails.

 

AAF Members Are Licensed


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The Aluminum Association of Florida understands that many customers come to our members after being hurt by an unlicensed person. To join AAF,
our contractor members have to meet license and insurance requirements, be voted in by a majority of local peers, and they must subscribe to AAF’s strong Code of Ethics.

With all that in mind, take a look at our list of members and find one in your area!

For information on unlicensed activity in the State of Florida, and information on how to report unlicensed contractors, please visit the Department of Business and Professional Regulations.