Brick: Brick veneer is actually a single layer of full-sized bricks installed adjacent to a building’s exterior wall. The inner wall bears the weight of the structure and not the brick. In this instance, the brick serves as a decorative element only.
DuraTemp Wood: DuraTemp® is a trade name for a siding material. It has a natural textured appearance. It's easy to paint, and can withstand exposure to the elements. It is made from real wood.
Hardipanel Sierra: Factory-primed fiber-cement vertical siding available in a variety of sizes and textures. Sierra has 8” grooves.
Hardipanel Side Vinyl Skirt: This is a combination of a building with Hardipanel siding (fiber-cement board) and vinyl skirting (covers the bottom of the building from the floor down to the ground). Both materials are very durable with minimal maintenance. Vinyl is used for the skirting material because it is less expensive and easier to cut and install on site.
Hardipanel Stucco: Factory-primed fiber-cement vertical siding available in a variety of sizes and textures. Stucco is textured with a stippled look.
Hardiplank Lap Siding: Lap siding is a flat siding option that is composed of fiber-cement long boards that overlap each other. In this case, the boards are a factory-primed fiber cement that is painted.
HiRib Roof Side Skirt:
Hi-Rib Steel: Hi Rib steel offers a tailored, modern look for buildings. Deep-ribbed for strength. High 3/4″ rib on 8″ centers.
Aluminum: Aluminum siding is made from aluminum coil stock, which is chemically coated to protect the metal and then painted for further protection, as well as aesthetics. After coating, the siding is baked for durability, with enamel often added to create desired textures.
Smart Panel: Smart Panel is an LP wood siding product made of wood chips, bound together by resin and compressed to create a board.
EPDM Black Roof: EPDM (Ethylene Propylene Diene Monomer) is a high quality, commercial-grade rubber membrane that is resistant to weathering, tears, impacts, punctures and light foot traffic.Dark in color and much like shingles, EPDM will retain heat.
EPDM White Roof: EPDM (ethylene propylene diene monomer) is a durable synthetic rubber roofing membrane widely used in low-slope buildings it is a high quality, commercial-grade rubber membrane that is resistant to weathering, tears, impacts, punctures and light foot traffic. Ideal for use wherever reduced roof temperatures are required.
Hi Rib Mansard: Hi-Rib Steel has deep ribs for strength. A mansard roof, or gambrel roof has a sloped look. The upper slope is positioned at a shallow angle, where the lower slope is steeper. In some cases, the slope is almost indistinguishable. When the hi-rib steel is affixed to a mansard roof it offers a tailored, modern look.
Shingles: A strip of shingles go at the edge of the roof after the decking is installed, and these shingles prevent water from entering at the edges. Under your main layer of shingles, there is also an underlayment. That acts as a line of defense if water breaches the shingles.
2 Foot Overhang with Recessed Lights
A Frame: An architectural building style featuring steeply-angled sides (roofline) that begins at the bottom of roof and meet at the top in the shape of the letter A.
Exterior Roof Hip: A hip roof, hip-roof or hipped roof, is a type of roof where all sides slope downwards to the walls, usually with a fairly gentle slope. Thus, a hipped roof house has no gables or other vertical sides to the roof. A square hip roof is shaped like a pyramid.
Mansard 2 Inch Overhang: A mansard roof has four sloping sides, each of which becomes steeper halfway down. In this case the overhang is only 2 inches, so the slope is almost indistinguishable.
Mansard Overhang with Shingles:
Mansard Site Built:
Steel with Window – Single: 3/0x6/8 commercial steel door with a single window.
Glass Single: 3/0 x 6/8 tempered glass door with a low E rating. Frames are aluminum with a bronze or nickel finish.
Glass Double Bronze: 6/0 x 6/8 tempered glass door with a low E Rating. Frames are aluminum with a bronze finish.
Fixed Bronze Finish: Tempered glass with Low-E rating that has an aluminum frame with a bronze finish. It is fixed – the pane(s) do not open or close.
Vertical Sliders - Brown Vinyl: Tempered glass with Low-E rating that has a vinyl frame finished in a brown color. The window panes allow the window to open/close vertically.
Vertical Sliders - White Vinyl: Tempered glass with Low-E rating that has a vinyl frame finished in a white color. The window panes allow the window to open/close vertically.
Awnings: Fixed awnings made of wood or metal are coverings that provide protection over doors and windows.
Custom Canopies: Custom-designed overhead roof or structure that provides shade or shelter from weather conditions.
Canopies Over Walkways: Overhead roof or structure that is built over an exterior walkway, deck or patio to provide shade or shelter from weather conditions.
Permanent Canopy: An overhead roof or structure built over an exterior walkway, deck or patio that is permanently affixed to the ground.
Concrete Decks and Canopies: Decks and canopies built with concrete for permanent installations.
Decks and Canopies Over Building: A separate structure built to provide an observation deck above a building or cover to protect building from threatening elements above the building.
Wood and Vinyl Decks and Canopies: Decks and canopies made of wood or vinyl can be used for both permanent and temporary installations.
Decks Connecting Buildings: Decks that connect buildings allowing access via walkways between buildings.
Vinyl Decks: Decks attached to exterior of buildings made of vinyl. Can be used for both permanent and temporary decks.
ECK and Wood Canopy
HVAC on Ends
FRP: FRP (fiberglass-reinforced plastic panels) panels, are thin sheets of polyester resin reinforced with fiberglass strands for extra strength. They are smooth, nonporous panels that are highly resistant to moisture and easy to wipe clean which is ideal for environments requiring frequent deep-cleaning.
Vinyl Finish: A water resistant finish on either wood or gypsum that is used when low maintenance is desired. It can also be primed and painted.
Cathedral: A cathedral ceiling is two equal, sloping sides that are parallel to the pitch of the roof where the two sides slope and meet at a ridge that runs across the length of the room. When using modular construction, a cathedral ceiling is built on site because of height restrictions for transportation.
Seaspray: Seaspray is a brand name for high strength gypsum with textured finish that has a vapor retarder.
T Grid with Drop-In Ceiling Panels: A grid system with a choice of different types of ceiling tiles can be installed in the factory and connected on site as modules are put together or to minimize the chance of damage during transit, they can be completely installed on site.
Carpet Bar on Carpet Mateline: Laminated Veneer Lumber is used on mateline of each module. Carpet is installed in the factory and a metal bar is place over the seam where the two units connect on site.
Carpet Bar on Tiled Mateline: A tile floor is installed in each module up to the edge. When modules are connected on site, a metal carpet bar is placed over the seam.
Carpet: A variety of carpet types and colors is available. A carpet designed for high traffic is typically used in a commercial , educational or industrial application.
VCT Tile: Vinyl Composition tile flooring is designed for high foot traffic areas.
VCT Tile: Vinyl Composition tile flooring is designed for high foot traffic areas.
Woodgrain: Solid core or hollow core doors with a wood grain finish. Can be painted or stained.
Jelly Light: Wall mounted exterior light installed by exterior doors. They usually have a glass globe.
Recessed Can Lights: A recessed light or downlight that is installed into a hollow opening under the eave or mansard. When installed it appears to have light shining from a hole, concentrating the light in a downward direction as a broad floodlight or narrow spotlight.
Double-Headed Exit Lights: 2 headed remote Lamp Heads in one fixture that provide vital lighting to obscured areas. It helps lead the way to an Exit when electricity has gone out.
Recessed Lights in Hard Ceiling: A recessed light or downlight that is installed into a hollow opening in a ceiling. When installed it appears to have light shining from a hole, concentrating the light in a downward direction as a broad floodlight or narrow spotlight.
Surface Mounted Lights: A surface mounted light sits on top of a flat surface like the flat part of a ceiling and protrudes away from the surface. This type of lighting comes in all shapes and sizes, and is ideal for settings where there is little space between the structural ceiling and the dropdown ceiling, or when the ceiling is exposed.