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The Battle of PVC. vs. Aluminum—Who Wins? [Infographic]

In the world of windows and doors, there is a myriad of choices. When it comes to commercial projects, some architects and contractors will opt for the habitual aluminum windows and doors, when in fact, vinyl (uPVC) systems are a far better choice. Read here why.

Top 4 Reasons to Replace Your Windows

Over time, wear and tear can cause windows to crack, break, or become completely unusable. But even a window that’s not ‘broken’ may need to be replaced. Here are four reasons you should consider replacing your windows right now.

The Wonders of Compression-Seal Technology [Infographic]

Ah, compression-seal technology—the super-seal that performs wonders in REHAU windows and doors! But what is it exactly? And how does it work?

Is all Vinyl the Same?

The word “vinyl” has morphed into a universal term like Kleenex, but not all vinyl is truly the same. REHAU's vinyl, uPVC, is different—it’s mixed and made in-house rather than purchased ready-made from outside vendors, ensuring the highest quality because we only use the best raw materials, and more of them too.

Fiberglass and Vinyl…Combined into One?!

It’s no secret that window and door materials all have their limitations. As the years have progressed, advanced technologies have made for better windows and doors. Eventually, the innovative material RAU-FIPRO emerged—a fusion of fiberglass and uPVC.

Efficiency in Aircraft Hangar Heating

Simulation evaluates efficiency and life-cycle costs of 3 heating options – forced-air unit heaters, gas-fired overhead infrared heaters, hydronic radiant in-slab heating.

Battling Budget Cuts with High Performance School Buildings

Energy-efficient technologies such as radiant heating and cooling can help schools and universities deal with budget restrictions.

  • There's no perfect HVAC Formula

There’s No Perfect HVAC Formula

I've worked on various projects throughout North America as collaborations between REHAU and MEPs, and have found that one common sentiment is always found: No two buildings are identical.