Paisley Products of Canada named new Sage partner
April 10, 2012 - Sage, a manufacturer of electronically tintable dynamic glass, has expanded its North American market reach by signing a new Canadian partner to sell, promote and support SageGlass. This deal with Paisley Products of Canada will provide architects, building owners and glazing contractors access to SageGlass glazing throughout the country.
Established in 1949, Paisley represents various brands in construction materials including 3M, Dow Corning, DuPont and Saint-Gobain (a Sage strategic partner).
SageGlass is electronically tintable glass for windows, skylights and curtain walls that is tinted or cleared through controls. According to the company, SageGlass modulates light, heat gain and glare, which helps to reduce HVAC and energy usage.
According to Marlon Paisley, Paisley’s vice president of sales and marketing, SageGlass will be a welcome product in Canada as his clients are increasingly seeking cutting-edge technologies for building envelope design.
“SageGlass represents the future of glazing technology. It is an industry leading the way to finish the curtain wall of a building. SageGlass looks aesthetically brilliant, minimizes energy loss, is simple to use, and makes the building envelope far more functional by controlling heat gain, glare and fading,” said Paisley.