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Different types of skylights used in buildings

A skylight is described as a light-transmitting structure that forms all or part of the roof space of a building for daylighting purposes. In fact, today’s homeowner can choose among skylight options...

Different types of commercial and industrial roofing

The roof can be deemed as the first line of defense for commercial or industrial buildings, protecting from natural hazards such as wind, rain,fire, hail, ice, snow, and extreme heat. It is...

Winter-Proof Roofing Materials For Building Structures

As winter arrives, it brings some unique challenges to your roof. There is a need to find cost-effective materials that can hold moisture, cold temperatures and hard winds. You have to take...
Tensile Membrane

Different types and shapes of tensile membrane structures

The unique flexible characteristics of the fabric membrane, tensioned membrane structures allow architects, designers, and engineers the opportunity to experiment with form and create visually exciting and iconic structures. The weight of...
roofing ventilation

Roofing ventilation and different types of vents

Air intake and exhaust vents are used in ventilating steep-slope roof assemblies to provide a means of allowing outside air to enter and exit attics and ventilation spaces in cool climates, the...

Roofing Sheets – Types, Applications and Installation

Roofing sheets are used as envelopes in building structures. These are durable and can be easily installed. These are resistant to rust and require very little maintenance. You must select the one...
warehouse construction

Factors to consider for warehouse construction – part 1

Warehouses are seeing a great demand and are an integral part of the logistics value chain, forming the node, which allows for the collection, sorting and dissemination of goods within the supply...
roof tiles

Different types of roof tiles

Roof tiles are 'hung' from the framework of a roof by fixing them with nails. The tiles are usually hung in parallel rows, with each row overlapping the row below it to...




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