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At Green Span Profiles, we pride ourselves on manufacturing the highest-quality insulated panels in America. Utilizing state-of-the-art equipment, our panels are built by a continuously poured-in-place process binding interior and exterior corrosion-resistant steel facings to a polyisocyanurate insulating foam core.
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Different Types of Patents in the Construction Industry

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The construction industry is built upon the innovations of new building techniques, tools, and materials, and inventors can protect their intellectual property rights by filing for U.S. patents.

Most construction patents are utility patents, but some construction inventions can also be protected...

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Topics: Safety, Green Span, RidgeLine, Construction

The Difference Between Structural Insulated Panels & Insulated Metal Panels

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“SIPs and IMPs” may sound like a silly kid’s game, but structural insulated panels (SIPs) and insulated metal panels (IMPs) are far from child’s play when it comes to construction as they are popular building materials used to insulate structures.

While they may sound the same, SIPs and IMPs have...

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Topics: Cold Storage, Insulated Metal Panels, Construction

Spoiler-Free Alert: Cold Storage’s Role in U.S. Agriculture Industry

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One of the modern marvels of living in the United States is that we can sit down at the holidays and share meals of fresh food from across the country with menus featuring everything from Virginia hams to Maine lobsters to Wisconsin cheese to California vegetables to Florida fruit to Texas beef.

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Topics: Cold Storage, Insulated Metal Panels, Green Span

What Types of Products Require Cold Storage?

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While threats of recession loom around the world, the cold chain global market is not cooling off with double-digit growth projected over the next decade as more and more products require cold environments.

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Topics: Cold Storage

Freedom of Choice: IMPs Have Vertical and Horizontal Applications

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Green Span Profiles American-made insulated metal panels (IMPs) are impressive before they even leave the Texas facility where they are crafted by a continuously poured-in-place process that binds interior and exterior corrosion-resistant steel facings to a polyisocyanurate insulating foam core.

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Topics: Insulated Metal Panels, Construction

IMPs Offer High-Performance and Design Choices for Roofing Solutions

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Builders get the best of both worlds when using insulated metal panels (IMPs) for their roofing solutions as these standing-seam roof panels offer both high-performance and design choices.

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Topics: Insulated Metal Panels, RidgeLine, Construction

Going Outside of Standard Sizing for Building Materials Can Be Costly

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It’s no secret in the building industry that the cost of materials has soared over the past several years and current inflation rates continue to put upward pressure on overall construction costs.

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Topics: Insulated Metal Panels, Green Span, Construction

AIA: Nonresidential Construction Spending to Increase Through 2023

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The American Institute of Architects (AIA) mid-year Consensus Construction Forecast released in July projects that construction spending on nonresidential construction will increase 9.1 percent this year and another 6 percent in 2023.

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Topics: Insulated Metal Panels, Construction

Typical Life Span of Insulated Metal Wall Panels

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One of the big attractions of insulated metal wall panels and roofing systems is that their typical life span can double some of the competing material.

Insulated metal panels (IMPs) can deliver a much longer service life than shingles, single-play, and built up roofing.

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Topics: Insulated Metal Panels, Green Span, Construction

First Line of Defense: IMPs Provide Thermal and Moisture Protection

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When designing and constructing buildings today extreme weather must be taken into consideration.

Just this summer, for example, the United States experienced a sweltering heat wave across the country plus four separate flooding events that each qualify as 1-in-1,000 year rainstorms.

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Topics: Cold Storage, Insulated Metal Panels, Construction