The world of material science is full of arcane language. Parsing what terms mean and how the term effects you can be tricky, but absolutely worth it when you are looking for a new item that will serve your home. An excellent example of this is the term ‘U-Value’ when applied to your iron doors. … Read moreNFRC Certified Iron Doors Have A Great U-Value
When you are single or just married, you can feel invincible. You have nobody to worry about but you and your spouse and you both are adults who have survived it all. Then you have a kid and you feel far more vulnerable. Fortunately, NFRC certified iron doors can alleviate some of this worry. NFRC … Read moreWhy NFRC Certified Doors Are Good For Your Family
If you are shopping for doors, you may come across labels that say they are National Fenestration Rating Council certified. This can be very helpful when picking an iron door, in particular, since deciding which fits your home can be so tricky when talking about something as arcane as thermal energy. These labels indicate that … Read moreWhy You Want Your Iron Door To Be NFRC Certified
When shopping for new windows, doors, and skylights, you may come across something called an NFRC rating. While most consumers are familiar with the ENERGY STAR rating, NFRC is entirely different. The National Fenestration Rating Council NFRC ratings are given to applicable products by the nonprofit organization the National Fenestration Rating Council (NFRC). They help … Read moreWhat Do NFRC Ratings Mean?