QuickBOLT's Butyl Bottom Deck Mount has received approval from Miami-Dade County, Fla., indicating that the product has met the county's rigorous testing requirements for building materials in high-velocity hurricane zones.

The company’s Butyl Bottom Deck Mount is designed to be “…a solid and simple to install deck-mount for solar installations,” QuickBOLT said in the April 29 news release announcing the designation. 

A diagram of QuickBOLT's Butyl Bottom Deck Mount . Key features include a T-Foot Mount backed with Peel-and-Place Butyl, ensuring exceptional adhesion and weatherproofing. Each mount comes complete with 4 screws (5/16 x 2 1/2" Hex Lags 302/304 SS) and is assembled with stainless steel sealing washers for added durability and security.

“Our team is thrilled to have our Butyl Bottom Deck Mount approved by Miami-Dade NOA,” said Rick Gentry, vice president of product development at QuickBOLT. “This approval is a testament to our commitment to delivering rock-solid products that exceed industry standards, especially in challenging climates like those in Miami-Dade County.” 

The Butyl Bottom Deck Mount is available in black (16320) and silver (16319), backed by Butyl, a synthetic rubber known for its impermeability and airtight sealing properties. 

“We are proud to be working with a county known for its stringent building codes and tough climate conditions,” added Mike Wiener, QuickBOLT marketing manager. “Our dedication to exceptional product performance, outstanding service, and incredibly fast shipping times underscores our commitment to providing the best solutions for our customers.” 

For more information, visit quickbolt.com.