SkeleCore Pull-Tight is a suspension/retention system for fabric ductwork utilizing a combination of internal hoops and tensioning baskets to help maintain fabric shape. SkeleCore's Pull-Tight technology supports the fabric with 360 degrees of tensioning eliminating noise, sagging, and wrinkles. SkeleCore Pull-Tight can be suspended from either a tension cable or track suspension system and is tensioned "externally" utilizing a tension cable lock. Pull-Tight improves startup performance and aesthetics when compared to multiple row, horizontal suspension systems.
This course will provide a survey of the most common residential siding options, including an in-depth exploration of treated engineered wood siding. This learning unit will identify the pros and cons of each residential siding option, and will also explore the environmental impacts of each throughout its life cycle. Finally, this course will explore ways in which treated engineered wood siding can contribute to earning points or meeting standards of leading green building certification programs.
It has become very important for architects to understand how to choose a sustainable window and window frame system that will promote comfort, energy efficiency, durability, and longevity through quality construction. Learn more about Sustainable Design for Windows and how choosing an ENERGY STARĀ® rated window can contribute towards LEED for Homes credit.
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Superior All-In-One Performance with Closed-Cell Spray Polyurethane Foam (ccSPF) for a Comparable Cost
While fiberglass and cellulose insulation appear cheaper at a glance, they require added costs for air sealing, vapor control, framing materials, HVAC sizing and more - without equaling the performance of ccSPF. Get the added value of more performance with less hassle!
Solstice Liquid Blowing Agent was used in an NCFI spray foam roofing system on a private residence in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Video case study demonstrates the effectiveness of Solstice Liquid Blowing Agent in wall insulation in a net zero energy building.
Replace common myths about spray foam with the facts in this webinar designed to help you use closed-cell spray foam insulation with confidence.
The Challenge: Provide an insulation solution to meet aggressive energy goals for a 2800 sq. ft. home, built in 1928. The Solution: A new closed-cell spray polyurethane foam (ccSPF) system for wall insulation developed by Lapolla Industries, formulated with Honeywell SolsticeĀ® Liquid Blowing Agent (LBA). Learn More.