Andrew Douglas, P. A. is a South Florida Construction Attorney, our Construction attorneys handle all construction claims and construction disputes. We handle claims for all Florida Construction Contractors, including Glass and Glazing Contractor.
A Glass and Glazing Contractor is defined under Florida Law as:
“Glass and glazing contractor” means a contractor whose services are unlimited in the execution of contracts requiring the experience, knowledge, and skill to install, attach, maintain, repair, fabricate, alter, extend, or design, in residential and commercial applications without any height restrictions, all types of windows, glass, and mirrors, whether fixed or movable; swinging or sliding glass doors attached to existing walls, floors, columns, or other structural members of the building; glass holding or supporting mullions or horizontal bars; structurally anchored impact-resistant opening protection attached to existing building walls, floors, columns, or other structural members of the building; prefabricated glass, metal, or plastic curtain walls; storefront frames or panels; shower and tub enclosures; metal fascias; and caulking incidental to such work and assembly.
A Glass and Glazing Contractor has a unique business model that shares similarities to other construction trades, but also has its differences. Our construction attorneys at Andrew Douglas, P.A. understand these differences and have knowledge and experience handling the claims that effect the Glass and Glazing Contractor. We can provide you guidance tailored to your construction law needs and situation.