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Mark A Back: Modular solarium and kit for constructing the same. Richard M Goldberg, June 30, 1998: US05771640 (11 worldwide citation)

A modular solarium includes (a) a plurality of prefabricated wall panels, each prefabricated wall panel including (i) at least one transparent sheet of material having a peripheral edge, and (ii) a peripheral frame of an L-shaped cross-section supporting the peripheral edge and positioned therearoun ...


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Mark A Back: Modular solarium. Richard M Goldberg, October 1, 1996: US05560155 (11 worldwide citation)

A modular construction for solariums and like structures, provides prefabricated glazed panels and interlocking joint assemblies which are easily assembled in the field without need for tools or other equipment. The panels are used for the construction of walls and ceilings, and are formed of a tran ...


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Mark A Back, John E Welsh, J Michael Riley: Eaves beam with internal drainage. Park Lane Conservatories, Wood Herron & Evans, March 20, 2007: US07191566 (6 worldwide citation)

An internal drainage system for a conservatory roof which allows a conservatory to be used as dry living space. Condensation is channeled internally through the eaves beam and the supporting posts or mullions to an outlet outside of the conservatory. The condensed water is thus contained and prevent ...


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Mark A Back, J Michael Riley, John E Welsh: Dual glazed framing system for encapsulating translucent insulating particulate material and method of making same. Wood Herron & Evans, February 26, 2013: US08381490 (6 worldwide citation)

A skylight or other like panel comprising a dual glazed framing system is provided. The dual glazed framing system includes opposing glazing panels, a frame with supporting ledges, and translucent insulating particulate material is encapsulated in a insulating cavity defined by the frame and the opp ...


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Mark A Back, J Michael Riley, John E Welsh: Multi-piece eaves beam for preassembled glazed roof system. Park Lane Conservatories, Wood Herron & Evans, November 23, 2010: US07836641 (4 worldwide citation)

An eaves beam for a glazed roof system includes a base member and an upper member. The base member includes a base plate adapted to rest on a building wall and includes upstanding wall members. The base member can be fastened from the top into the wall with the fastener extended between the two upst ...


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Mark A Back, John E Welsh, J Michael Riley: Eaves beam with framing. Park Lane Conservatories, Wood Herron & Evans, July 1, 2008: US07392623 (4 worldwide citation)

An eaves beam with framing which includes an eaves beam with an upper member and a lower member. The framing is comprised of an upper beam and a lower beam. The eaves beam can be pre-attached to the framing, allowing for a more efficient installation.


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Mark A Back, J Michael Riley, John E Welsh: Multi-piece eaves beam for preassembled glazed roof system. Park Lane Conservatories, Wood Herron & Evans, July 24, 2007: US07246469 (2 worldwide citation)

An eaves beam for a glazed roof system includes a base member and an upper member. The base member includes a base plate adapted to rest on a building wall and includes upstanding wall members. The base member can be fastened from the top into the wall with the fastener extended between the two upst ...


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Mark A Back, John Michael Riley: Conservatory roof with a soffit system. Park Lane Conservatories, Wood Herron & Evans, July 1, 2008: US07392622 (1 worldwide citation)

An external soffit system for a conservatory roof which prevents unwelcome insects or birds from forming nests and provides a more aesthetically appealing appearance of the conservatory. The soffit also provides a platform from which lights or speakers may be mounted. The soffit and supporting struc ...


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Mark A Back, Geoffrey C Card: Multi-component door jamb and stop assembly. Diversified Structural Composites, Wood Herron & Evans, November 17, 2015: US09187945

A multi-component door frame assembly, including a door jamb having a length and contact surface. A plurality of ribs along the length of the door jamb and extending distally from the contact surface. A door stop detachably fixed to the door jamb and adapted to receive a door when the door is in a c ...


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Mark A Back, John E Welsh, J Michael Riley: Eaves beam with internal drainage. Wood Herron & Evans, August 26, 2004: US20040163329-A1

An internal drainage system for a conservatory roof which allows a conservatory to be used as dry living space. Condensation is channeled internally through the eaves beam and the supporting posts or mullions to an outlet outside of the conservatory. The condensed water is thus contained and prevent ...



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