Revolving doors not only provide a means of egress and entry, but can increase the aesthetics, energy efficiency and security of a building. This article will review the different types of revolving door systems and options available, primarily focusing on security features that can greatly enhance the safety of a building and its occupants.
This article will discuss construction methods and materials, as well as performance measures for post-frame buildings and their application in low-rise commercial buildings. It discusses how a combination of quality materials, expert workmanship, energy efficiency and low maintenance in a post-frame building can optimize value.
Learn how small expenses quickly add up over time and how you can implement a simple, yet extremely powerful tool to manage expenses, curb unauthorized employee purchases, and recover time in the process.
A turnkey, credit-free, and cash-free prepaid commercial debit card that saves your business thousands of dollars each year in time, expense account headaches, and purchasing control.
Some hands-free faucets are powered by disposable batteries. Others by hard-wired electricity. But only one hands-free faucet is powered byâ€¦running water. Read why you should consider TOTO EcoPower hands-free faucets for your next project.
As a builder who makes energy efficiency a priority, Chris Frank has researched or tried most of the leading insulating and air sealing products. He knows the pros and cons of each and has settled on DAPÂ® DRAFTSTOPÂ® 812 for all of his homes.
Spectrum delivers complete business management for construction companies. From accounting to project management, from the office to the job site, and across the entire life cycle of construction work.
Jeff Cain speaks from the 2015 PCBC show on the features and benefits of the Essence SeriesÂ® Patio Door, focusing on the beauty of the door and its smooth quiet operation during the demonstration.
An ideal sealant for closing the gap between a window or door frame, offering protection against water and air.
To understand the U.S. of 2025, look to Japan today. Their demographic trend, an aging population, puts them ahead of the U.S. Today U.S. planners face the growing demands of Millions of aging baby boomers. For architects, interior designers, contractors, and owners, itâ€™s easy to see how this change will influence project work. Aging in place? Universal design? Assisted living? Design imperatives that represent a new world of project opportunity for you.