Organized into eight color families with interactive “chips,” the user clicks on a chip to see a larger image and order up to five samples. These 3.5-by-2-inch painted metal samples are mailed to the contact information provided by the user. Each sample is labeled with an “LT” paint code for reference when specifying the finish for future architectural projects.
* As a registered American Institute of Architects’ Continuing Education System (AIA/CES) provider, Linetec offers “Introduction to Coatings: Field Performance and the Application Process” and “Choosing Sustainable Finishes.” Participants can earn 2.0 Learning Units (LUs) for successfully completing both courses. These programs are available as either an in-person presentation or as a self-guided online course.
Visitors to Linetec.com’s Architectural Resource Center also can:
- Download Guide Specifications for high-performance architectural coatings,
- Request paint sample color chips,
- Learn about sustainable design considerations,
- Watch informative videos,
- Read Linetec’s blog for technical tips, project highlights and industry news, and
- Subscribe to Linetec’s educational newsletter received by 15,000 architects.
“Fitting into architects’ busy schedules, these resources, self-guided programs and tools are available at their convenience 24 hours per day, 365 days per year. And, the content remains online for sharing and future reference by all,” said Linetec’s senior marketing specialist, Tammy Schroeder, LEED(R) Green Associate.
For more information about Linetec’s AIA/CES courses, paint and anodize finishes, or other services, please call 888-717-1472, email email@example.com or visit http://www.linetec.com.
Located in Wisconsin, Linetec serves customers across the country, finishing such products as aluminum windows, wall systems, doors, hardware and other architectural metal components, as well as automotive, marine and manufactured consumer goods. The company is a subsidiary of Apogee Enterprises, Inc. (NASDAQ: APOG). Linetec is a member of the American Institute of Architects (AIA), the American Architectural Manufacturers Association (AAMA) and the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC).