Different materials can be used for these Screens for a customized look with a tight budget.
This grille create a screen from circular tube members.
An all-in-one insulated composite backup panel.
These panels are suited for high-abuse areas.
This tile collection eliminates the need for color-blending at worksites.
This vegetated facade uses photosynthesis to create oxygen.
Veils, fins, visors, and canopies have been added to this mesh shading system.
These panels offer protection from the sun with a modern look.
Ventilated rainscreen acts as a water-resistant barrier inside a wall cavity.
Fiber-cement panels with "expressed" joints.
A glazing system with a hidden supporting structure
AAMA 2604-compliant powder-coat paint finish for aluminum products.
Siding that looks like cedar that has been weathered over time.
Manufactured from recycled PVC, this system offers the look of fiber cement without the maintenance.
Frames for entrance doors and fixed windows at street level.
Double-hung windows for historic properties and converted warehouses.
Aluminum sun shades and light shelves increase energy efficiency.
This sliding system with center swing doors combines French doors with pocket doors.
The glass's texture provides daylighting and privacy.
An all-in-one rainscreen that is a drop-in solution.
These coatings reflect the sun's energy, and changes color according to viewing angle.
Part of the C3 collection, KodaXT is an impact-resistant polycarbonate.
Custom metal frame for doors and windows eliminates waste and allows greater customization.
Extruded aluminum products made with EcoLuminum are more environmentally friendly.
Three new profiles of this color-through PVC trim.
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