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Jul 15, 20

Glazing options. The latest developments in glazing technology for use in glass skylights.

Image by Wendy Corniquet from Pixabay The term “glazing” originally referred to the glass in a window. Today, it usually means any transparent material in a window, although it also may refer to a film over that material. Skylight manufacturers use a variety of materials as glazing, primarily for the purpose of controlling its impact...

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Jul 09, 20

Make Safety a part of your skylight’s DNA

Image by Gerd Altmann from PixabayDNA is defined as the fundamental and distinctive characteristics or qualities of something, especially when regarded as unchangeable. When you think about the “DNA” of your skylights, one of the most important qualities is safety. We’ve put together a few of the most important elements of overall safety that must...

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Jul 01, 20

Comparing Skylight Frames: Material Matters

The many benefits of skylights have established them as a staple of architecture all throughout the world, and as time’s gone on, the advantages they offer have only increased. For instance, today’s skylights are about more than just making the most of natural lighting, enhancing the aesthetics of roof-bearing rooms, and bringing down the electricity...

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Jun 24, 20

Fire Hazards of Skylights

Image by David Mark from Pixabay  The Insurance Information Institute (III) reports that California had the greatest number of properties at high to extreme risk of wildfire, with 2,019,800 properties at risk in 2019. Texas had the second-largest number of properties at 717,800, and Colorado was in third place with 371,100 properties. Skylights become more vulnerable to wildfires...

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Jun 17, 20

Raising Awareness of fall hazards on rooftops.

Employees who work on roofs or other elevated surfaces experience fall hazards as part of their daily work. As such, a fall protection course is important (and maybe required) for these individuals. What is considered a fall hazard? A fall hazard is any workplace concern that could cause an unintended loss of balance or bodily...

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Jun 10, 20

Promoting Prevention. Encouraging safer worksites for the benefits of all.

Roof safety is a system of procedures to minimize risk when performing repairs or other work on a rooftop. These preventative measures are an essential part of roof work, as falls are a leading cause of death in the construction industry. Falls from roofs are particularly dangerous and account for over one-third of all work-related...

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Jun 03, 20

What type of glass should you use for your skylight?

Image by jan mesaros from Pixabay No matter where you look, you’ll find that expectations for skylights are changing. From the performances they offer after installation, to the safety standards they demonstrate both under immediate pressure and over long-term wear, the demand for improvement is growing across the board. Thankfully, to meet those needs a...

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May 27, 20

Skylight Framing Prone to Hail Damage

A hailstorm is any thunderstorm that produces hail reaching the ground with a diameter of at least 0.2 inches. However, hailstones can reach a diameter of six inches and weigh up to 1.1 pounds. Hailstorms are most common near the intersection of Colorado, Nebraska, and Wyoming, which is commonly known as “Hail Alley.” The majority...

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May 20, 20

The Industry Standard for Skylight Warranties

When comparing which skylight solutions are most viable, the warranties consumers come across play a massive role in their decision-making process.After all, before committing to any large purchases, ensuring the quality of a product and its reliability is an essential step. Otherwise buyers greatly increase their risk of taking unexpected losses, whether by ending up...

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