Building With Smart Materials

Walls, Windows, Doors

Smart Materials


Smart Panels
Improve any construction project by using an environmental, eco-friendly durable panel, with less material cost.

Smart Windows
The airtight construction of double glazed windows creates thermal insulation. This reduces the flow of incoming and outgoing heat.

Smart Doors
Top of the line in performance and security with the highest rating for the toughest storms mother nature can unleash!


Welcome to the FUTURE of Building! Improve any construction project by providing a Environmental Eco friendly, more durable panel, with less material cost - you want a Total Integrated Panel System.

The Total Integrated Panel System (TIPS) has been engineered with an insulate EPS (Styrofoam) core set between steel wire welded mesh fabric. Steel truss wires connect to the mesh fabric through the EPS in a pyramidal fashion.

Concrete is applied over the steel in a variety of techniques. Stamps can also be applied to create the appearance of stone, wood, block, brick, drywall, or almost any pattern imaginable.

    Smart Windows & Doors

    Energy Saving

    The airtight construction of double glazed windows creates thermal insulation. This reduces the flow of incoming and outgoing heat. Less energy is used to heat up or cool down the space, resulting in lower energy bills.


    Double glazed windows are tougher to break than single pane windows, so they increase the security of the home. Because they're sealed tighter than other windows, it is also tougher to force them open from the outside.

    Limited Condensation

    Moisture on a warm surface forms droplets of water, which freeze into frost. This can make the room feel colder, which forces the people inside to adjust the heat. The air between the two panes of glass, plus the airtight.

    Sound Insulation

    Double glazed windows improve sound insulation by creating a barrier between the home and the environment outside.

    Reduce Sun Damage

    Double glazed windows can reduce the amount of sun and heat entering the room. This can help reduce sun damage to your paintings, furniture, carpet, and other objects around the home.

    Types of Glass


    Tempered or toughened glass is a type of safety glass processed by controlled thermal or chemical treatments to increase its strength compared with normal glass. Tempering puts the outer surfaces into compression and the inner surfaces into tension. Such stresses cause the glass, when broken, to crumble into small granular chunks instead of splintering into jagged shards as plate glass (aka: annealed glass) creates. The granular chunks are less likely to cause injury.


    Laminated glass consists of a tough plastic interlayer made of polyvinyl butyral (PVB) bonded between two panes of glass under heat and pressure. Laminated glass provides durability, high performance, and multifunctional benefits while preserving aesthetic appearance.


    Tinted glazings retain their transparency from the inside. The most common colors are neutral gray, bronze, and blue-green, which do not greatly alter the perceived color of the view and tend to blend well with other architectural colors. We offer a widely range of glass that tinted to blue, green, grey, bronze, silver, gold or pink.


    Reflective glass has a special metallic coating that makes it possible to see out, while preventing people from seeing in. Reflective glass also impacts visible light transmittance (VLT). Reflective glass allows just the right amount of natural light into a building, while at the same time reduces glare and the need for window blinds and other interior shading devices.