WindeeVent Product Information The WindeeVent is a revolutionary, passive garage ventilation system built to last utilizing the highest quality aluminum and an adjustable hand crank louver control. The WindeeVent opens and closes to allow constant airflow into the garage, keeping the garage and adjacent walls cool. WindeeVents are sold in pairs and include: Crank handles adjustable louvered vents Paintable aluminum powder-coated finish Rodent bug screen Allows airflow into garage 24
2019 Texas Roofing Conference A big THANK YOU to everyone for visiting our booth at the “2019 Texas Roofing Conference” hosted by the Roofing Contractors Association of Texas in Grapevine, TX! We also want to thank the RCAT team for all their hard work putting the event together. It was a great event and we got to meet many of our valued customers. Hope to see you all again soon!
Whenever a new product hits the market, there will always be skeptics. Is newer always better? Not always. But there have been some amazing advancements in technology over the last decade, particularly in the renewable energy market. Green energy products have taken the market by storm because--when they are made right--they really are a cost-effective, energy-saving investment compared to many of their electric counterparts. One such product is the solar
Basic home maintenance is important to maintaining your home. The roof should be an especially vital point on every home owner’s maintenance checklist. High on that checklist is protecting your rooftop from UV rays. A roof that has not been properly maintained will develop leaks. Leaks, of course, lead to water, mold and mildew damage in the walls, foundation and throughout the building which comprises the integrity of the house
The Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) is one of the largest energy companies in the United States. They combine natural gas and traditional electric. Based out of San Francisco, they are a subsidiary of the PG&E Corporation. As California’s largest utility, they serve more than 16 million people. However, they are now facing an estimated $30 billion in liability in connection to recent wildfires that have been plaguing California.
Hawaii is joining in the race for 100 percent renewable energy. The target they've set to reach 100 renewable energy and decarbonization is by the year 2045. They've made a huge leap forward with the Lāwa'i Solar and Energy Storage Project, which will single-handedly deliver roughly 11 percent of Kaua’i’s power, making the island more than 50 percent powered by renewables. The project is--what they claim to be--the world's largest solar-plus-storage
Once upon a time, a solar car seemed like a thing of fiction. But now, such an invention might be closer to reality than many of us had hoped. In late October, auto makers Hyundai and Kia--both subsidiaries of Hyundai Motor Group--announced plans to install "solar roof" charging devices on a number of Hyundai Motor Group vehicles. The Solar Car Roof Project According to CNBC, Hyundai Motor Group plans for
Appalachian Power Co.--a subsidiary of American Electric Power and based in Columbus, OH--is seeking bids for large scale solar energy projects. They have been historically heavily dependent on coal-burning power plants. However--according to The Roanoak Times-- they are seeking proposals to add up to 200 megawatts of solar power to their energy generation mix. This move may lead to them purchasing one or more solar generation facilities. In a recent news
Photo by Erean at Morguefile.com New Jersey is looking secure a spot as a national leader in energy efficiency with a proposal from Public Service Electric and Gas Co. (PSE&G). The New Jersay Board of Public Utilities announced Wednesday the proposal for a Clean Energy Future program (CEF). The proposal looks to make critical investments in clean energy and advanced energy technology. Governor Murphy recently signed into law
All major brands of shingles, laminates and roofing materials require proper ventilation! Warranties are like playing 'Roulette', it all depends on what kind of roofing material, model, brand, warranty offered, who installed it, was the installers certified at the time, is the installer still certified, is the installer still in business, how it was installed and when it was installed BUT its a fact that most roofing brands rarely calculate