High-Efficiency Products Malone NY
This article talks about green products in Malone such as wooden wall. The WD66 wood folding glass wall system comes with krypton-filled Heat Mirror glazing, providing an energy-efficient solution for large openings. The glass has a 0.23 U-factor and an SHGC of 0.31.
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Most Popular Products
Espree High-Efficiency Toilet by Jacuzzi
The Espree high-efficiency, 1.28-gpf toilet is WaterSense certified, so it uses 20% less water than 1.6-gpf models. The unit features a concealed trapway and an elogated, chair-height bowl that meets ADA standards.800.288.4002.
SunTile Roof Tiles and Solar Panels by SunPower
SunTile roof tiles and solar panels provide a built-in look for various roof finishes. The tile product suits S-shape and flat tile profiles; each panel measures 17 by 59 inches and achieves an STC power rating of 63 W. Panel-designed products integrate with various roof finishes.
Residential Roof-Mounted Solar Kit by Luma Resources
This residential roof-mounted solar kit, invented by a roofing contractor, uses thin-film PV technology and consists of 60 solar shingles, a DC-AC inverter, and all flashing and fastening components. Each interlocking shingle measures 51.125 by 15.625 inches and achieves an STC maximum power.
Wood Folding Glass Wall System by Nana Wall Systems
The WD66 wood folding glass wall system comes with krypton-filled Heat Mirror glazing, providing an energy-efficient solution for large openings. The glass has a 0.23 U-factor and an SHGC of 0.31. The doors can be installed anywhere a traditional wall would stand and come in openings.
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