Rob Kistler

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  • Aid in the Shade: Coming Development Wave to Include Sophisticated Shading Devices

    Over more than a decade, commercial property executives in Germany and other European nations have come to rely on an energy-conserving mechanism that has yet to catch on in the United States: exterior sun-shading devices. By Brad Berton.

    National 10 February 2012 19:22
  • Dynamic or Static?

    Exterior sun-shading devices, long popular in Europe, are just starting to attract a following in the United States. Whether you choose a motorized or fixed option, they carry a number of benefits--if you're willing to wait for the payoff.

    National 09 February 2012 21:43

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