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Designed for high bay commercial facility applications, this tubular daylighting device features a 29" diameter opening.
Designed for low slope roofs, these non-penetrating, ballast free products allow for the attachment of lightning protection equipment to a facility. The lightweight systems provide for permanent attachment to all traditional roofing materials.
There are approximately two million non-residential buildings in the U.S. over 40 years old. With a building boom that spanned many decades, more facility managers are shifting their focus to retrofitting as opposed to building new.
Those at this manufacturer of building envelope solutions are participating in fun fundraising activities.
Featuring a smooth or embossed profile, these panels contribute to a facility's energy efficiency.
Users can compare energy costs for multiple glazing options in prototypical buildings based on multiple variables.
The U.S. Department of Energy's High Performance Windows Volume Purchase Program is expanding with new products and vendors.
The company's Peformance Films segment has been awarded funds for continued R&D and commercialization of high performance retrofit window film technology.
Pella's architects, engineers, technicians, and CAD drafters provide assistance on window and door selections for facility managers and their architects and general contractors.
BEMMI is organized to represent manufacturers and suppliers of drainage space materials used in exterior walls in commercial building construction markets.
The thermally enhanced hatch is designed with a fully insulated cover and curb.
The online energy savings estimator provides facility managers with potential cost savings and carbon emissions reduction from using energy saving window film.
The “ci” approach covers the entire wall surround—not just the cavity spaces between the framing studs.
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