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SOLAR INNOVATIONS® EXPANDS PATENT COUNT WITH INFILL PANEL AND OPERABLE FENESTRATION FRAME ADJUSTMENT DEVICE

INFILL PANEL AND OPERABLE FENESTRATION FRAME ADJUSTMENT DEVICE SOLVING THE UNIVERSAL PROBLEM OF SAGGING WINDOWS AND DOORS Solar Innovations® Architectural Glazing Systems has patented a simple device in the United States and Canada to adjust sagging glass door or window frames that does not require the time-consuming removal of glazing stops and the shimming of [...]

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SOLAR INNOVATIONS® TO DISPLAY AT 2020 PHILADELPHIA FLOWER SHOW

PINE GROVE, PA – Solar Innovations® Architectural Glazing Systems has begun booth preparations for the upcoming annual Philadelphia Flower Show on Saturday, February 29th to Sunday, March 8th at the Pennsylvania Convention Center. Visit us at booths 514 and 516 to get a glimpse into our extensive product line and speak to one of our [...]

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Solar Innovations Expands Patent Count with High Performance Fenestration System

High Performance Fenestration System Unmatched Performance Under Pressure Solar Innovations® Architectural Glazing Systems has secured a US and Canadian patent for a High-Performance Fenestration System for windows and doors that provides unmatched air and water penetration resistance compared to conventional window and door systems. The performance of this system is achieved by a pressure chamber [...]

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Solar Innovations Releases New Interactive Photo Gallery

Solar Innovations® Architectural Glazing Systems has released a new tool for its website to facilitate the design process of door, window, skylight, and structure projects. This interactive photo gallery allows website visitors to filter Solar Innovations projects by product type, colors, configurations, and location to provide ideas for customers or use as reference for its […]

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TOP PROJECTS OF THE 2010’S

Top Projects of the 2010'sTop 5 Structures & Skylights Net Zero Energy School The Net Zero Energy School in Staten Island, New York sought to build a greenhouse with the intent to create a space for students to learn about food growth while promoting passive solar design. The greenhouse would be located in the inner [...]

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