GuildQuality helps builders, remodelers, and contractors manage their most valuable asset _ their reputation. By analyzing the strengths and weaknesses of your business you can create a culture of quality with your employees. Making gains in customer satisfaction leads to referrals and money in your pocket.
Business owners are embracing review sites and social media as a way to drive qualified leads. Data shows that negative reviews will deter a client 80% of the time, but the opposite is also true. GuildQuality provides customer satisfaction surveying and performance reporting to help you monitor, improve, and articulate the quality of your serivce. People are talking about your company, don't you want in on the conversation?
All of i-lighting's LED "Easy Plug" systems Each year in the United States, there are over 1 million accidents on stairs that result in injury. The stair light kits come complete with everything you need to complete the job including "Easy Plug" wiring, an LED fixture designed at a 22? angle to shine on the tread, color matched stainless steel screws and staples to neatly tie up wiring. i-lighting's stair lighting kits provide the solution to meeting code and providing a safe environment for friends and family.
It's simple to make the "Easy Plug" system a profitable extension of your business. i-lighting's revolutionary LED "Easy Plug" landscape and masonry lighting is reasonably priced and installs in half the time as traditional systems. All of our fixtures come with built in "Y" connectors, LED bulbs, stakes and poles. The entire system consists of three steps.
1. Order fixtures with "Y" connectors.
2. Order "Easy Plug" extension cable's.
3. Order the DC power supply.
All of i-lighting's LED "Easy Plug" systems simply plug together--there is no need for cutting, crimping, striping wire, or wire nutting. You get everything you need to do the job in half the time as standard systems, allowing you to profitably incorporate stair, post, landscape, and masonry lights into all of your projects.
Discover New Technologies and Benefits of Decorative Glass for Interior and Exterior Applications (Print Course)
Emerging technologies are revolutionizing the architectural glass industry and are providing architects and designers with an unprecedented level of design flexibility and customization.
This CEU will explore new frontiers in glass technology. It will also discuss how architects and designers can incorporate decorative glass to create more sustainable, productive, and health-promoting interior and exterior environments.
Few building surfaces are subject to more wear and tear yet are as prominently visible as floors. In the quest to create durable, long-lasting and appealing floor surfaces, concrete has often been used as the base material whether on grade or on an elevated slab.
Final finishes have commonly ranged from any number of flooring materials placed on top of it to simply sealing or painting the concrete. However, recent advances in the technology of cement-based concrete overlays have given rise to a new option that is growing in popularity.
This course discusses the history, science behind, and benefits of high performance polyurethane and polyurea floor coatings and sealers.
Sustainability market drivers, aesthetic options, coating technologies, and application requirements will be discussed throughout the course.
In addition, we will also examine several floor coating case studies throughout the course materials.
Communities are becoming more advanced and with that advancement comes new standards for measuring, certifying, and monitoring features of built environments.
While features such as sustainability and energy conservation are essential and should not be overlooked, new research has explored the connection between buildings and the health and wellness of the occupants who spend their time there.
Large gauged porcelain panels/slabs are light, strong and durable, and can be used in projects where other materials would be too thick or heavy. Panels can help with sustainable design or “green” building requirements.\
This course will explore new options for large gauged porcelain panels available for architects and designers. It will highlight not only the manufacturing process and product characteristics, but also the application and installation requirements associated with the material, along with new industry standards.