When it comes to window replacement, homeowners are often bewildered by the wide array of styles and materials, and remodelers worry about timelines, delivery schedules, and service. Pella can help you ease these concerns for your customers. Read eight reasons how.
Top Reasons to Specify PellaÂ® Windows: From Product Choice Through Delivery and Service, Pella Hits All the Right Notes
Beauty, Value and Performance: Remodelers Look to Pella When It Comes to Replacement Windows and Doors
Pellaâ€™s service and the quality of the windows and doors themselves, plus the craftsmanship that goes into them appeals to remodeling contractors.
Looking for a crystal ball to forecast what impacts upcoming energy codes will have on your home and business? Welcome to Acing the Energy Code Quiz, where we peek behind the curtain on changes to the International Energy Conservation Code (IECC) 2015 and predict what we may see next. We'll explore the new Energy Rating Index, alterations to testing protocols, and adjusted requirements that enhance energy efficiency in the building envelope and mechanicals.
Masonite® is committed to delivering product, service and design innovations to enhance the beauty and functionality of your customer's home. Our dedication to producing products you can trust and rely on for performance and beauty started over 85 years ago with researcher, engineer and inventor, William H. Mason. So when it comes to quality, innovation, value, design and beauty, you can confidently put your trust in Masonite.
A quick glance at why Milgard is an award-winning manufacturer of windows and doors. Milgard's expansive portfolio of unique, valued solutions meet the needs of contractors and homeowners alike.
DAP Draftstop 812 is a low pressure, polyurethane foam designed to fill gaps around windows and doors. It is moisture resistant and will not crack or split.
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 STARÂ® rated window can contribute towards LEED for Homes credit.
High Performance Joint Sealants â€“ Understanding the Technology and Specification Considerations (Print Course)
Chemistry-dependent coatings and joint sealants courses are routinely requested by the specification community due to their potential impact on the asset and building owner. This course will cover the attributes and properties of joint sealants, where and why they are most often used in the built environment, where joint sealants are prescribed in MasterSpec and specification considerations. Joint sealant applications and comment from architectural industry leaders will also be covered.
Composite materials have been used for thousands of years and new applications are identified each year. As one of the first modern composite materials, fiberglass is at the forefront of this innovation. This course will familiarize you with the basic aspects of fiberglass composites, specifically pultruded fiberglass, and target their usefulness and environmental advantages in the window and door industry.
Motorized screens not only look great but they provide excellent thermal benefits, great airflow, and the ability to control humidity. This course will provide an overview on motorized retractable screens, discussing the design and installation requirements, the different applications where these screens can be used, as well as looking at the thermal benefits of screen when using solar mesh and clear vinyl options.