When Kentucky Habitat for Humanity was challenged to transform former shipping containers into homes for residents of Kentucky who earn less than $9,000 in annual household income, the group wanted to make the homes ultra energy efficient, as well.
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FaverGray chose Deceuninck’s RevolutionTM Tilt-and-Turn for its structural and thermal performance. The company’s headquarters is four blocks from the ocean in Jacksonville Beach, Florida.
The project called for the installation of 110 separate window units throughout the hotel.
Summer picnics and barbeques are quickly giving way to the ringing of the school bell as students across the country head back into the classroom.
Impressed with the performance of Revolution® Tilt-and-Turn windows at their Buffalo Academy of Science Charter School, Apple Education Services chose Revolution to update the look and feel of their Paterson, N.J., school.
Cincinnati’s Over-the-Rhine neighborhood is believed to be the largest, most intact urban historic district in the United States.
The church chose a window that came highly recommended by their contractor. The perfect balance of form and function, Deceuninck’s ICON 7000 Series offers a high-performance window with enhanced structural and thermal capabilities.