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Monthly Archives: February 2013

101 Uses of Polycarbonate: #86 Solarium

High-performance multiwall polycarbonate is a perfect solarium glazing material, allowing you to bring the outdoors in.

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Focused on Managing Customer Relationships

A key player on the AmeriLux A-Team, Betty joined AmeriLux in January of 2010 as a Customer Relations Manager.

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101 Uses of Polycarbonate: #26 Pet “Doggie” Gate

Extremely durable, a doggie gate built with multiwall polycarbonate panels is a convenient way to keep your pet safe.

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A Product Worth Talking About: LEXAPANEL* Standing Seam System

The patent-pending LEXAPANEL* standing seam system is an innovative polycarbonate technology that is worth talking more about.

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NFBA: 2013 Frame Building Expo

Memphis Cook Convention Center, Memphis, TN | February 20-22, 2013

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101 Uses of Polycarbonate – #4 Awnings

Polycarbonate awnings protect windows, doors, patios, and balconies from harsh weather elements, such as rain, hail, sleet and snow.

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Always Looking for Ways to Better Serve our Customers and Partners

AmeriLux is excited to continue to bring innovative products, such as the LEXPANELâ„¢ standing seam system to the architectural markets.

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101 Uses of Polycarbonate – #46 Interior Privacy Windows

Resistant to scratching and discoloration, polycarbonate privacy windows are virtually unbreakable.

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Lunch and Learn Sessions: Sharing, Learning, and Networking

AmeriLux International AIA presentations – Our focus for 2013 is to continue to grow our course offerings.

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