Animals float, swim, slither and stand on all fours. The more developed of us can stand on our own two legs. This two leg thing is more like a parlor trick because we can’t do it without a lot of mental resources
Failure almost always ends in pain and injury (either physical or psychological), but seldom ends in death. When faced with a calamity of any proportion, my first response is always, “well, nobody died.”
While sliding doors predate World War II, they exploded onto the building scene in the 1950’s and 60’s. They became the staple of the ranch-style tract house and a regular component of apartments and hotel/motel chains, and of course, we can’t forget about mobile homes.
As anyone who knows me can attest, I am a lousy joke teller. I am impatient and simply can’t drag out the story line to create suspense. With that said, let’s jump straight to the punchline, Accoya® has been tested
I’m spending my week in Atlanta at DriveWorks World 2017. DriveWorks is an amazing, infinite customization configuration that sits on top of SolidWorks 3D software. Before you get turned off by this blog because
There are two general ways to go about the process of designing a new product. You can start with a revolutionary new idea or technology and evolve it, or you can start with a burning need and figure out what technology
Weatherstripping for doors is NOT ancient technology. The earliest of doors had none. The door just rested against the stop of the frame as closely as possible and you hoped for the best. Having a door at all
I would venture to say that most people don’t even know the words muntin and mullion, much less know what the difference is. In fact, as I am typing this, the automatic spelling checker in Microsoft Word has identified “muntins”
If I had heard this one a few decades ago, and heeded its warning, I would probably be much more successful at this point in my life. Instead, I have been played like a fiddle by partners and others who appealed to my ego
I’ve spent most of my 45-year career designing and selling beautiful windows and doors. Most of them have been mostly glass with relatively thin frames. Architects usually specified them because they fit into the modern, delicate aesthetic of their design.