“Buildings represent the largest energy-consuming sector in the economy, with over one-third of all energy and half of global electricity consumed there. As a result, they are also responsible for approximately one-third of global carbon emissions. With improvements in economic development and living standards expected to increase as the planet’s population grows by 2.5 billion by 2050, energy use in the building sector is also set to rise sharply, placing additional pressure on the energy system.” (IEA: Transition to Sustainable Buildings)
Something has to be done in regards to building performance to decrease our energy usage and reduce our ever-expanding carbon footprint.
FreMarq has the solution.
We spent 3 years researching and developing the most energy efficient framing system available on the market, one that will provide the highest performing assembly available. Placing the high-performance glass used 1 year ago into our frame would result an improvement of 25%. We are currently modeling assemblies at R7 using traditional 1″ glass.
FreMarq has designed a revolutionary thermal barrier that virtually stops all energy loss. We have reduced the frame deduction from 35% to less than 10%. A 0.29 COG can now provide an assembled U of 0.32 or less at the same cost as a traditional system.