Terms of Sale
1. SAGE Electrochromics, Inc., a New Jersey corporation (“SAGE”), agrees to furnish only the goods described in the quote from SAGE to the Customer (“the “Quote”) in accordance with these Terms of Sale, the Limited Warranty document provided by SAGE and the Technical Information Bulletin provided by SAGE, which may vary from project plans, specifications, and/or purchase orders. Any capitalized, but undefined term used herein shall have the meaning ascribed to such term in the Quote.
Proper installation of an electrochromic glass system is an important part of the construction or renovation process. Electronically tintable SageGlass dynamically optimizes daylight and manages temperature – all while maintaining unobstructed views of the outdoors.
Installing equipment correctly is the first opportunity to ensure the system is functioning properly. As with any product, proper installation reduces follow-up visits and is the best path to achieve customer satisfaction.
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Vision in architecture matters a great deal. Designers must imagine what will be before it exists and create it from nothing. It also matters greatly for those that occupy the spaces envisioned. Vision gives us the ability to perceive aesthetic differences, to marvel at what humans can build or stare in awe at nature’s own marvels. Vision allows us to perceive daylight which both illuminates the spaces we occupy and helps us meet shared, basic physiological needs.
Daylight is good for people. This is basic point that few would debate. As a testament to this, in a 2012 survey, 99% of US architects either agreed or strongly agreed that people perform better in buildings when exposed to natural light1. Findings are nearly identical when asked about the benefit of preserving a view to the outdoors2.
Unfortunately, too many people don’t get enough daylight, with about 33% of office workers in the US3 and 42% in Europe and the Middle East4 saying they have little/no access to natural light.
Have you had the experience of spending several hours or even days in a windowless room, with no access to daylight and only artificial lighting? Have you already experienced flying to the other side of the world and suffering the effects of the infamous Jet-Lag? If so, how did you feel?