Waite Park, Minn. – Heartland Glass Company recently hired David Pennertz as project manager.
Pennertz graduated from Southwest Minnesota State University with a degree in mathematics. Pennertz taught mathematics prior to starting his project management career. He began a ten year career in project management working for Stockmen’s Greenhouse & Landscaping in Litchfield.
In his new role, he will be responsible for managing multiple glass and glazing projects, including preparing estimates, work plans and documentation, and setting priorities. “I have enjoyed his traditional and hard-working attitude towards work,” says Sales Manager Garrity Gerber. “I look forward to many years of collaboration.” In his free time, Pennertz plays amateur baseball along with his father and two of his siblings.
Heartland Glass has been in existence since 1980. It is Central Minnesota’s largest custom shower door installer, specializing in low-rise curtain walls, storefronts, entrances and architectural windows. For more information, visit www.heartlandglass.com.
LIMITED TIME PROMOTION
We’re offering a limited time discount on our most popular anytime vent storm doors. Receive a 10% discount off Andersen® 8 Series Fullview Retractable storm doors (8RS). Custom-sized storm doors are not eligible for discount.
Offer available on orders placed July 13 – August 3, 2017.
Whether you’re looking for a sliding shower door, pivot, hinged or heavy glad system. Alumax has the product to match any specifications.
Standard and custom designs are available, offering value with the very highest quality. For more information on the full line of products available at Heartland Glass, please check out our website at www.heartlandglass.com or contact our sales department at email@example.com or stop by our showroom on Sundial Drive in Waite Park, MN. For more information on Alumax Bath Enclosures visit http://www.alumaxshowerdoor.com/
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The Architectural Collection portfolio has expanded from A-Series and E-Series window and patio doors to now including Andersen Entranceways, new MultiGlide™ doors and Weiland® doors.
The Andersen Architectural Collection represents the luxury side of Andersen, backed over 100 years of creating quality products and services that are different and better.
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One of our team’s towering achievements this year was being included on the construction team for the unique and extraordinary aerospace studies structure at the University of North Dakota in Grand Forks. The 66,000-square-foot, $25-million Robin Hall took over a year to construct.
What we know as bulletproof glass isn’t 100% bulletproof. The glass is actually made of bullet resistant thermoplastic, sometimes laminated in layers that include traditional tempered glass.
Heartland Glass is proud to partner with companies, cities and service centers that require additional safety measures such as bullet-resistant or ballistics glass.
There are actually eight different levels of resistance with bullet-resistant glass. Those levels are designated by the Underwriter’s Laboratory to determine the type of protection each level offers. UL conducts extensive tests on bullet-resistant glass, which determines what kinds of firearms each can withstand.
Andersen Windows and Doors has announced an improvement to the aesthetics of 100 Series standard insect screens. New
screen mesh will enhance the look of 100 Series insect screens, especially with dark color windows. The
new mesh will be used on all windows manufactured after October 24, 2016.
The screen mesh for 100 Series window insect screens is changing to a charcoal color mesh; silver mesh has been used previously. The charcoal mesh is currently used on the 100 Series patio doors. Aligning the mesh between both products provides several benefits:
1) Improved insect screen aesthetics, especially on dark color windows
2) Reduced glare, which makes the insect screen less noticeable
a. Light reflection on charcoal mesh ranges from 5% to 20%
b. Light reflection on sliver mesh ranges from 40% to 70%
3) Consistent look between windows and patio doors
The picture below highlights the differences between the two mesh colors.