Can PVC Brackets Handle Your Climate?

The answer is YES! That's the beauty of vinyl/PVC. Because it is a plastic, of sorts, it is water proof, snow proof, sun proof—weather proof. Durabrac brackets can be found on structures from Canada to Texas to the Caribbean; from the snowy, wet cold to the hot, dry heat to the high, high humidity. And … Continue reading Can PVC Brackets Handle Your Climate?

Ask the Expert: Can a PVC Bracket be Structural?

We recently talked with Durabrac owner, Mike Sheehan, about the properties and abilities of cellular PVC when it came to load bearing issues. Mike has worked with PVC/vinyl for over 25 years, first molding it into various creations for his custom sign business then eventually taking his knowledge and applying it to a full-time manufacturing … Continue reading Ask the Expert: Can a PVC Bracket be Structural?

Top 5 Most Asked Questions

We've been exhibiting at the NAHB International Home Builders Show for several years now. Our booth is crowded with Architects, Builders and General Contractors checking out our products. It's funny, so often we hear "Where were you guys 3 months ago? I just had a project I could've used you on." Or, "I'm so glad I found … Continue reading Top 5 Most Asked Questions

Architects Are People Too

In our business, our primary customers are Architects and Builders. Architects are the ones spec'ing our product into the plans or creating a design that calls for brackets, rafter tails, corbels, etc. Typically, it's the Builder or General Contractor who contacts us for pricing and actually places the order. That's who we talk to primarily. The … Continue reading Architects Are People Too

Ask More Questions. Go Ahead.

"Asking questions is fundamental to successful communication, and gathering information as a product of asking questions is a basic human activity." Here's a great blog post we stumbled across recently. Certainly merited reposting. It's excellent advice for young people looking for work in the real world, seeking "real jobs," and, really, for all of us. … Continue reading Ask More Questions. Go Ahead.