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Architectural Protection Products Blog
We obsess about a lot of things (but in a good way). Besides thinking about our products daily, we also find ways to help our customers, industry influencers, and even just people interested in architectural protection products learn about important topics. Our blog is one of the ways we can share our thoughts, ideas and even a little fun sometimes. Find out about our latest topic below.
Offsite construction of plug-n-play units expanding across many building types and bathrooms are a great fit for prefabbing. In this article we touch on the decline in tradesmen, why bathrooms are great for prefab, the move away from your typical bathroom design and the increase in modular bathrooms in educational facilities.
We break down some mistakes in building design and maintenance that can be resolved before a facility is built or renovated that will save time, money, and resources in the long run. When it comes to keeping a building’s interior looking newer longer, here a five things to look for or consider.
Effective immediately, The Joint Commission will place added emphasis on the assessment of ligature, suicide and self-harm observations in psychiatric hospitals and inpatient hospitals. We dive into inpatient suicide and self-harm statistics, issues and design tips to reduce risk.
Here are 3 important things you need to consider when selecting expansion joint covers for airport facilities.
In this article, we break down biophilic design, how it can enhance healthcare environments, industry articles, and three design elements that will help you partner with nature to heal.
Increased interest of topics on obesity and space design as a critical tool in improving long-term clinical outcomes for bariatric patients.
We break down the recent design trends in dorm and locker room shower areas, including insight from industry design professionals.
University elevators serve a dual purpose, which means at least twice a year they turn into freight elevators with student move-in and move-out. We break down the importance of renovating beat up elevator interiors.
As we near the end of Fire Prevention Month… 31 days when homeowners are supposed to check their smoke detectors, students practice stop-drop-and roll, and office workers practice dousing flames with a fire extinguisher. When it comes to building design and construction, fire prevention requires year-round vigilance.