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October 20, 2009

Four Seasons of Sun: Glass vs. Lexan Part II

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Below is the second article of four addressing the choice of Lexan and Glass in your sunroom. While both have their advantages and disadvantages, Bob breaks down why some manufacturers do not measure up to Brady-Built quality.

Glass is an extremely hard material. In fact, except for diamonds and other precious gems, and carbides, there are very few materials that are harder. This makes it very resistant to scratching. It also makes it easy to break. To a limited extent the weakness of Lexan is the strength of glass and vise-versa. (more…)

September 7, 2009

Four Seasons of Sun: Glass vs. Lexan

As summer enters its last throes, the days are getting shorter and the nights a bit more chilly. Here at Brady-Built Sunrooms, we continue our work to bring the best and highest quality sunrooms to you. We have a series of articles written by our Registered Architect, Robert Wironen, whose knowledge and experience will help guide you through some of the complexities faced when choosing a sunroom. We hope you enjoy these articles and gain helpful information.

Below is the first article addressing the choice of Lexan and Glass in your sunroom. While both have their advantages and disadvantages, Bob breaks down why some manufacturers do not measure up to Brady-Built quality.

Polycarbonate which is commonly known by GE’s brand name, Lexan is an extremely tough plastic that has been used in many applications from helmets to car headlights to bullet proof glazing to eyeglass lenses. The characteristics that make it so well suited for the applications I mentioned are also one of its weaknesses. (more…)

September 2, 2009

Brady-Built of New England Changes Name to Reflect Growing Business

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For more information, contact:

Robert Wironen, General Manager

508-798-2600, ext. 31

bob@bradyrooms.com

Brady-Built of New England Changes Name to Reflect Growing Business

Auburn, Mass. Brady-Built of New England has changed its name to Brady-Built Sunrooms to reflect the growth of its business into regions outside New England. According to Robert Wironen, General Manager of custom year-round sunrooms and conservatories builder, Marvic, Inc., doing business as Brady-Built Sunrooms, the company has grown over the past several years and increased its sales in a number of states outside New England, including New Jersey, New York, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and Michigan.

“Our custom-built sunrooms and conservatories are all designed to withstand the rigors of New England weather,” says Wironen. “So it stands to reason that they’d be popular in other areas of the country with similarly harsh conditions.”  According to Wironen what makes Brady-Built sunrooms and conservatories so popular is their quality design and construction. “Unlike many of our competitors, we build every sunroom right here in our own environmentally-controlled factory,” adds Wironen. “And we’re the only manufacturer that uses structural silicone glazing so that there is a permanent weather-tight seal between the glass and the sunroom frame, unlike our competition’s.”

For more information about Brady-Built sunrooms and conservatories, and to arrange a factory tour and demonstration, call 508-798-2600 or 1-877-77-BRADY, www.sunroomsbybrady.com.

June 10, 2009

Brady-Built announces expansion

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Auburn, MA

June 12, 2008

Marvic, Inc., a local manufacturer of laminated wood sunrooms announced today that it is expanding into new markets including Michigan, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Maryland and Virginia. Operating under the name “Brady-Built of New England”, Marvic has been manufacturing modular sunrooms in Auburn for distribution throughout New England. With the business expansion well underway, Marvic has launched a new web site
(Sunrooms by Brady) and will begin operating under the name “Brady-Built Sunrooms”.

Brady-Built is well known throughout the area for the beautiful solid wood interior sunrooms and conservatories that they manufacture in Auburn and then ship to the installation site complete. The room is then placed onto the prepared foundation by Brady technicians with a crane and is usually fully installed within a day.

“We are excited about the new markets we are opening and the opportunity they represent to our company and employees. Despite the downturn in the economy, especially in the construction industry, we continue to experience strong growth and an excellent backlog”, said Robert Wironen, General Manager of Marvic, Inc.

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