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Pilot Group strives to be a complete resource of Division 7 materials for all professionals in the building envelope sector. Our Products Page is a structured guide to make informed decisions on products for your next project. If you're unsure what product line would best fit the needs of your project, this page is designed to help facilitate that. Simply choose a category below and continue through the subsections so we can direct you to a suitable product line option.

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The layering of non-structural material over the surface of a building's walls. A covering or skin used to provide a degree of thermal insulation and weather resistance, and to improve the appearance of buildings.



Envelope insulation is a layer of protective material applied to the exterior and/or interior sub walls, subfloor, and roof of a building to create a living space protected from the outside elements.



Daylighting is the controlled admission of natural light, direct sunlight, and diffused-skylight into a building to reduce electric lighting and saving energy. 


Roofing Systems

Roofing systems have the function of protecting property. Commercial roofing systems are typically made up of single-ply (TPO, PVC, EPDM), concrete, modified bitumen, built-up roofing system, tar and gravel, etc.



Pedestrian, vehicular, and deck systems are seamless membranes incorporating ADA-compliant granules for added slip and wear resistance.  


Thermal Bridging Mitigation

The thermal performance of a building’s envelope can be affected by thermal bridging, or localized areas of high heat flow through walls, roofs and other insulated building envelope components. 

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