Check out the latest research, insights and industry trends on home improvement, energy efficient design, and how retractable screens can help to create comfortable living environments.
Green Source – Comfort on Demand
Retractable screens cut heat and glare, offer insect control, natural ventilation, and energy savings…and then disappear to restore unobstructed views.
Phantom Screens – Is a Florida Product Approval Required?
This white paper will discuss whether a product approval is required for Phantom Screen products installed in Florida – as is the general rule in the state. Since a Phantom Screen is not intended to serve as an impact protection device, a product approval is not required when installed.
Phantom Screens Motorized Retractable Screens are the Only Choice
This white paper will cover why it is important that our motorized retractable screens are UL 325 and CSA C22.2 certified. According to applicable codes and regulations, they are among the only motorized retractable screens allowed to be used in construction projects either in the U.S. or in Canada.
Extend Living Space While Adding Energy Efficiency
More than ever before, homeowners are interested in creating the type of outdoor living space that will enhance their enjoyment of—and the energy efficiency of—their home. This white paper covers the best way to enclose a space with the intention of protecting your home from insects, rain, and wind, while also making the home more energy efficient.
Managing the Energy Equation
Incorporating sustainable and energy efficient design elements in both new & existing home design and construction is an important step in improving the energy efficiency of buildings. Download this white paper to learn more about various sustainable design options, and review steps and building products one can consider when creating a more energy efficient home.
Quality, value & functionality: home improvement trends in 2014
An overview of North American homeowners’ preferences during home renovations. With increasing investments in home improvements and the huge echo-boom population moving into the home buying market over the coming decade, the remodeling industry is facing a more promising future.