Insulation manufacturer ROXUL Inc. has introduced its Energy Design Center (EDC) on its website, ROXUL.com. According to the company, the EDC will serve as a one-stop hub for building industry professionals to access a wealth of resources, high-quality tools, training, and tailored advisory services to unlock the energy savings potential of their buildings. Relevant to the North American market, the EDC is supported by a panel of international building science and energy efficiency experts from top-tier industry and educational institutions.
In addition to providing direct and customized support to commercial building professionals, the EDC will provide comprehensive access to the latest third-party building science research, presentations, multimedia, case studies, product and service solutions, specification and application guides, technical and data sheets, industry news, events and more.
“The ROXUL EDC was created in direct consultation with architects, designers, and specifiers to meet their real-world needs in an environment of ever increasing energy targets, tighter building codes and legislation,” says Rockford Boyer, B. Arch. Sc., BSSO, North American manager, Energy Design Center, ROXUL Inc. “It is specifically aimed at helping them achieve the highest energy efficiency requirements without sacrificing other design and performance priorities, all while taking into account sustainability, durability, and resiliency. The ROXUL EDC is rooted in science and innovation.”
Visit ROXUL’s Energy Design Center at: www.roxul.com/edc
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