Navien offers ultra-efficient tankless condensing water heaters for commercial and residential applications. Microprocessors and sensors... Read more
Tournesol Siteworks offers two greenwall applications. TerraScreen is an easily installed galvanized grid for hanging containered plants. The Tournesol VGM is a direct-planting system... Read more
Mooroof roof tiles are made of post-consumer recycled tire rubber treads. The sidewalls are removed... Read more
Columbia Forest Products offers FSC hardwood plywood products, FSC hardwood veneers and FSC laminates using no-added-urea-formaldehyde (NAF) and no-added-urea-formaldehyde (NAUF) resins. Columbia manufactures hardwood plywood... Read more
Serious Materials, parent company of Alpen Energy Group, has added Alpens's glazing to the company's own technology to create a variety of high-performance fiberglass windows under the Serious Windows brand. These windows use ... Read more
Suntech See Thru (previously known as Photovol Glass from MSK) is photovoltaic glazing--a solar panel with a semit-ransparent finish that is installed as glazing and resembles tinted glass. See Thru sandwiches... Read more
Ready Solar manufacturers Solar in a Box, a pre-engineered and pre-assembled residential solar electric system. Partnering with inverter manufacturer KACO Solar and panel manufacturer... Read more
Shildan is the U.S. distributor of Alphaton and Longoton terra cotta rainscreens from the German company Moeding. Rainscreen cladding sheds moisture and allows venting of the exterior wall assembly, preventing moisture penetration... Read more
The PermaFLOW is a lavatory P-trap with a built-in cleaning mechanism. A paddle inside the unit can be manually rotated to wipe away build-up without having to open the trap. In addition, the PermaFLOW creates turbulence... Read more
Benjamin Moore's Natura line of zero-VOC paints and primers are made for residential and light commercial applications. These spatter-resistant paints dry quickly... Read more
We installed these in our new house and they work great. Excellent product.
With a little patience you can find the material information embedded in their pdfs. But it looks to me like some of the...
A building is created, built, run, impacted, used and abused by dozens, hundreds, and even tens of thousands of the least..." More...
Bryan, the article above discusses mounting considerations relative to heating. I think it's up to you to weigh whether those considerations are..." More...
Bryan J says, "
Thanks Triston, but what do you think would be a suitable location for the inside unit, should I mount it up high, about 7 feet or mount it lower..." More...
Tristan Roberts says, "
Bryan, if you want to provide heating and cooling, and if doing so electrically is attractive, then I don't see any issue with using a mini-split..." More...
Bryan J says, "
I have been reading the comments on the mini splits, let me tell you what I have and what I'm looking to do. Any comments will help me. I have a..." More...
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