QuickBOLT’s QB2 with 3” Microflashing has formally obtained Miami-Dade County acceptance, enabling simpler allowing processes, higher allow approval protection and financial savings on solar set up initiatives.
QB2 obtained state approval in Florida in January 2021, assembly state necessities and enhancing the allowing prospects of installers throughout the state, however Miami-Dade NOA considerably improves the allowing place of QB2.
Miami-Dade has one of many strictest approval processes within the nation as a consequence of its high-velocity hurricane zones (HVHZ). All new initiatives should meet a set of necessities to make sure merchandise are safe when examined towards these excessive climate situations. The Miami-Dade County NOA requires going by way of a collection of rigorous product evaluations, together with each structural engineering and water ingress safety.
Having Miami-Dade NOA for each assessments in a single – as QB2 has – permits installers to skip project-specific stamped engineering and save on allowing prices. This accelerates the allowing course of and saves cash on every job, along with the time financial savings installers will obtain from mounting with QB2, which saves a mean of 1.5-2 hours per 7kW system.
QB2 mounts over asphalt shingle and could be put in on flat roofs with rolled asphalt, EPDM or TPO. Mounting over the shingle with QB2’s Microflashing, slightly than lifting shingles to put in sheet metallic flashing, protects the integrity of the roof by sustaining the present roof protections. Top mounting is made potential by patented BoltSeal mechanical-compression know-how and the corporate’s over 30 years of expertise creating wooden fasteners with Quickscrews International, dad or mum firm of QuickBOLT.
QB2 is available in stainless-steel (half #17662) and black (half #17862) for purchasers that need an all-black solar array. In addition to buying direct by way of QuickBOLT, QB2 could be discovered at many Miami-Dade County distributors.