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In My Own Words: Monica Quigley of LeylandAlliance

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In My Own Words: Monica Quigley of LeylandAlliance

Featured in the July 2007 edition of Professional Builder's In My Own Words: HB&G, BlueLinx/Georgia-Pacific, Windsor Windows & Doors, Carrier and Rinnai.

By by Nick Bajzek, Products Editor June 30, 2007
This article first appeared in the PB July 2007 issue of Pro Builder.


The latest PermaWrap cellular PVC columns from HB&G are available in square plain, recessed panel, raised panel and fluted options. It is made in flat stock to wrap around an existing post; a pre-assembled and pressure-treated 4- by 4-inch post; or L-shaped halves to wrap around an existing post. For FREE information, visit http://pb.ims.ca/5334-125

In My Own Words

"We work hard to get the details right, and perhaps nowhere is it more important than on the heart of the home: the front porch. This is where people gather and community is built. HB&G columns are correctly proportioned and come in a variety of architectural styles. The cellular composition can be painted for an authentic look and is long-lasting for minimal upkeep."


Georgia-Pacific-produced Wood I-Beam Joists from BlueLinx are made for residential floor and roof systems. A wide selection of sizes and flange choices makes it easy to specify materials that are right for the builder. Applications include smaller tract homes or custom plans. Most pipes, ducts and wires can pass through the web of the Wood I-Beam joists. For FREE information, visit http://pb.ims.ca/5334-126

In My Own Words

"We work closely with BlueLinx to get the long spans we need to support our open floor plans. I-joists are an engineered product, so they are more stable than natural wood, which means less squeaks and fewer callbacks."

Windsor Windows & Doors

The latest windows from Windsor Windows & Doors include the cellular PVC Legend Series as well as the Next Dimension Pro. Touting it as more attractive than aluminum; easier to install and operate; low-maintenance; and more energy efficient, the Next Dimension series includes 30 new feature-clad covers. The windows have vinyl extrusions, a 2-inch frame with extruded nail fins and a fusion-welded frame to resist leaks. For FREE information, visit http://pb.ims.ca/5334-127

In My Own Words

"Windsor's Legend series windows come with simulated divided lites with a Low-E coating that give us the traditional look we're after along with architecturally correct PVC trim."


A programmable digital control for Carrier's Infinity System provides longer heating and cooling cycles at lower fan speeds for energy savings and more consistent temperatures throughout the home. It measures and regulates temperature, humidity, airflow, ventilation, indoor air quality and zoning with a single control. The unit also advises when it's time for regular maintenance and filter changes. For FREE information, visit http://pb.ims.ca/5334-128

In My Own Words

"As green builders, we recognize that a smart and properly sized HVAC system is one of the most important ways to reduce energy use and protect the environment."


The R98 tankless water heater with 9.8 gallon per minute flow rate from Rinnai features a near-instant 35-degree temperature rise and 19,000 to 237,000 BTU generation. When customers open a hot water tap, the unit begins heating water in three to five seconds. The unit shuts off automatically, and it comes with a 10-year heat exchanger warranty and 20-year life expectancy. For FREE information, visit http://pb.ims.ca/5334-129

In My Own Words

"Another green building product, this tankless hot water heater provides hot water on demand. This eliminates standby losses and conserves a third of the gas used by conventional water heaters. Our customers like that the hot water doesn't run out."

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