Specifying window treatments involves a lot of small details – from the way they are mounted, operated and hemmed to the measurements inside and outside the area of the window. So it’s no surprise that there are a lot of important terms to know!
Find the answers to some of the most commonly asked questions regarding architectural expansion joints; what they are, how to use them and more.
Surfaces in shower areas, restrooms, operating rooms and other sterile environments get dirty quickly, which is why we developed our BioPrism® Solid Surface material.
Public washrooms are a vulnerable area. But what can you do to provide a “no-peek” bathroom experience? When designing and purchasing partitions, here are 3 things that your guests will appreciate.
Right after the lobby area, elevators are the next space your building’s guests and residents will see.
In the search for more sources of fossil fuels, the process of hydraulic fracturing – commonly called “fracking” – has led to a tremendous increase in U.S. crude oil production. That’s the good news.
Here are 3 ways Inpro can help spruce up your interiors for an easy new spring look.
When it comes to things like cost savings, times savings, performance and aesthetics, there are pros and cons to each side.
Your expansion joint systems play a vital role in your building’s health, so we think it’s only right that you know what they’re up against. These are the three main elements that impact your systems.
Here are five key factors for specifying solid surface in healthcare bathrooms and showers.
We recently sat down with Inpro®'s recent partner Larry Emerson and his firm The Art Around You to talk about his work, and to learn more about both the inspiration and motivation behind his beautiful imagery.
Set a goal to spruce up your facility, but not spend a fortune doing so
A Glimpse Into Inpro’s 2019 Timeless Collection of Finishes
‘Tis the season to deck the halls!
We want to make sure you are protecting those walls.
According to a 2015 Joint Commission bulletin, hundreds of thousands of patients fall every year in U.S. hospitals, with 30-50% of those falls resulting in injuries.