Pergolas : Our aluminum louvered pergola will allow you maximize the use of your outdoor living space. Enjoy the adaptability and functionality our system has to offer. Envision your space with a modern and unique structure that will stand the test of time and add value to your home or business.
Our aluminum louvered pergola protects you from harmful UV rays and inclement weather Temperature Control Have more control over the ambient temperature of your outdoor living space.
the intensity and direction of sunlight by simply turning your louvers Ventilation Let as much or as little air through your space with the turn of a louvre.
heat building up while providing shade for you and your friends and family
Manipulate the intensity of sunlight entering your outdoor space. Enjoy your space during low-light hours by opening your louversSkylight A skylight can provide your home with daylighting and ventilation. Skylights are located on the roof, so they can result in unwanted summertime solar heat gain and wintertime heat loss. Our company use various glazing technologies to reduce these impacts, including heat-absorbing tints, insulated glazing, and low-emissivity (low-e) coatings. Installation We install a translucent insulation material, such as aerogel, between several glazing layers to create a more thermally efficient assembly. Selection It's a good idea to understand the energy performance ratings of skylights so you can select your skylight based on the local climate and your home's design. For labeling energy-efficient skylights Glazing Skylight glazing is usually either plastic or glass, although other glazing technologies may be used for solar heat control. Depending on the performance you expect from a skylight, you may choose different types of glazing for different skylight locations throughout your home. Shapes Skylights are available in a variety of shapes and sizes. The most common shapes include rectangular, circular, oval, diamond, triangular, multi-sided, and tubular. Installation Even the most energy-efficient skylight must be properly installed to ensure that it achieve its energy performance, so it's best to have a professional install your skylight. In addition to following the manufacturer's guidelines, it's also important to consider slope and moisture control during installation. The skylight shaft also must be insulated and air sealed in the attic. Slope The slope or tilt of the skylight affects solar heat gain. A low slope will admit relatively more solar heat in the summer and less in the winter, exactly the opposite of what is desirable. Moisture Control Water leaks are a common problem with improperly installed skylights. Avoid water leaks by: Mounting the skylight above the roof surface Installing a curb (a raised, watertight lip that helps to deflect water away from the skylight) and flashing Thoroughly sealing joints Following the manufacturer's guidelines.