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Monthly Archives: January 2015

DIY Tip of the Month

Easy to install, polycarbonate roof flashing adds a professional finish to any project!     ______________________________________________________________  

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What is a Ridge Cap?

 A flexible flashing piece that can be bent to a variety of roof pitches; Installed on the ridge line to cover the gap at the very top of a gable type roof. AmeriLux offers a new high top profile for … Continue reading

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Come Visit Us at the Tropical Plant Industry Exposition

Come visit us at our booth #2212 at the Tropical Plant Industry Exhibition (TPIE) January 21 – 23 at the Broward County Convention Center. The convention center is located in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. The TPIE trade event showcases the latest … Continue reading

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Blue Iguana Car Wash, Springfield, MO

“LEXAN™ THERMOCLICK™ Interlocking Sheet” The Blue Iguana Car Wash was designed and developed by Greg Byler, CEO of Pit Stop Consulting headquartered in Springfield, MO, a leading training and consulting firm serving the car wash and fast lube industries. The … Continue reading

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Frequently Asked Polycarbonate Question

Q: What can I use to cover the gap at the peak of steel and post frame building? A: A polycarbonate corrugated ridge cap is the perfect solution for covering the point where two roofing panels meet, keeping snow and … Continue reading

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Employee Spotlight: Kelly Romenesko

“Focused on the Customer Experience” Kelly Romenesko joined the AmeriLux A-team in October as a Customer Relations Representative. She is currently attending Northeast Wisconsin Technical College (NWTC) Green Bay campus. Kelly is planning to transfer to UW-Green Bay in hopes … Continue reading

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