CRL / U.S. Aluminum Sun Control Systems Manage Sun Light, Reduce Energy Costs, Increase LEED® Points, and Enhance a Building’s Appeal

Los Angeles, CA — Recent research reveals that improving energy efficiency is a priority for building owners and operators with energy cost savings cited as the number one reason for efficiency programs.

In fact, according to the U.S. Department of Energy the top three energy end uses in the commercial buildings sector are space heating, lighting, and space cooling, which represent close to half of commercial site energy consumption.

Controlling the amount of sun light that enters a building can improve energy efficiency, increase the LEED® points for which it qualifies, as well as create a more conducive work environment inside. C.R. Laurence (CRL) Sun Control Systems enable this with a broad array of available systems, materials, and finishes that complement a building’s appearance.

CRL Sun Control Systems offer a variety of solutions for commercial and institutional buildings:

• Sunshade Systems

• Light Shelf Systems

• Aluminum Vertical Screens

• Aluminum Trellis

• Sun Control Panels

• Aluminum and Steel Canopies

• Glass Awnings

• Custom Sun Shades

Clockwise from top left: CRL Series 7700 Sunshade,

Universal Series Sunshade, Aluminum Canopy System,

Aluminum Vertical Screen System

Every Sun Shade project has its own requirements so CRL and U.S. Aluminum offer a full suite of support services ranging from technical assistance, to CAD design, engineering and everything in between. Plus, when the schedule is tight, which it often is, and quick delivery could make the difference between winning and losing a bid CRL comes to the rescue with its Rapid Customization Service so your project can be whisked from design, to production and out the door for on-time delivery.

CRL Sun Control Systems are featured in the new SC14 Catalog, available upon request or online at

SC14 Catalog

C.R. Laurence is a leading global manufacturer and supplier to the glazing, architectural, railing, construction, industrial, and automotive industries with service centers located throughout the U.S., Canada, Europe and Australia. The web site is a proven resource for the glass and glazing industry and is a resource for architects, designers, and specifiers. For more information contact C.R. Laurence at (800) 421-6144 or

U.S. Aluminum, a subsidiary of C.R. Laurence, is a manufacturer and supplier of aluminum storefronts, entrances, curtain walls, window walls, windows, hurricane resistant systems, blast mitigation systems, and sunshades. The web site is an online portal for both architects and glazing contractors. For more information contact U.S. Aluminum at (800) 262-5151 or

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