The insulated doors are perfect for homeowners or businesses looking for open architectural design, with the ability to close off the space, air-tight, avoiding air and water infiltration while conserving energy.
Los Angeles, California (PRWEB) November 14, 2011
BP-Glass Garage Doors & Entry Systems, Inc., one of the leading innovators in glass garage garage door technology and design, is proud to announce the launch of the industry's first fully-insulated glass garage door.
The company developed these doors for many applications, such as live/work spaces and restaurants. The insulated doors are perfect for homeowners or businesses looking for open architectural design, with the ability to close off the space, air-tight, avoiding air and water infiltration while conserving energy.
BP-Glass Garage Door & Entry Systems, Inc. products comply with California's Title 24 data*, which is required when engineering a building or interior-use space. The company also offers over 200 glass types and configurations that meet or exceed LEED certification requirements by architects, designers, and Title 24 engineers.
"We are extremely proud to have developed the industry's first fully insulated glass garage door," said Rob Reyes, President BP Glass Garage Doors & Entry Systems, Inc. "We have listened to our customers and the challenges they face, when using glass garage doors. We have now engineered a door that keeps homes and business completely air and water tight when closed, in addition to conserving energy."
This innovative product line has been rated by the National Fenestration Rating Council (NFRC), not only for air & water leakage, but also U-factor, SHGC, and Visible Light Transmittance. NFRC Certified Products participate in a Quality Control & Testing Certification Program by the American Architectural Manufacturers Association (AAMA). The company's insulated frames also comply with US Department of Energy, International Code Council, and California Energy Commissions: Title 24; section 116, for fenestration and exterior doors.
All glass garage doors are constructed from BP extruded aluminum alloy frames of superior strength and durability. The tensile strength is a minimum of 38 ski and approximately double the strength of standard aluminum alloy used by competitors. They are designed and installed to operate year after year under extremely harsh conditions, requiring very low maintenance.
BP - Glass Garage Door & Entry Systems, Inc. insulated doors are now available factory direct for world wide distribution. For more information, please visit the company website at http://www.GlassGarageDoors.com. Photos available.
About BP Glass Garage Doors & Entry Systems, Inc.
BP Glass Garage Doors and Entry Systems, Inc. has offered an abundance of in-house specialized services, tailor made for the commercial and residential markets. BP ships factory direct to world wide locations, from their headquarters in Los Angeles. BP's primary Glass Garage Door applications includes residential (indoor / outdoor: living rooms, kitchens, bar tops, pool houses, garages), commercial (warehouses), restaurants (int./ext. patios), retail stores (storefronts), gas stations-mechanical bays, auto dealership showrooms, office buildings (balconies, partition walls, conference rooms, solariums, etc.), green houses, resorts / hotels / spas, schools & universities, custom (counter tops), loft conversions and so much more.
All products are custom made and available for domestic & international shipment. The company's exceptional customer service, product customization and lifetime guarantees make it the choice of architects and designers around the world. For more information about BP Glass Garage Doors, please visit http://www.GlassGarageDoors.com.
*The California Energy Code, or Title 24, Part 6 of the California Code of Regulations, also titled The Energy Efficiency Standards for Residential and Nonresidential Buildings, were established in 1978 in response to a legislative mandate to reduce California's energy consumption. The standards are updated periodically to allow consideration and possible incorporation of new energy efficiency technologies and methods (Source: Wikipedia)