The window plant racks that are now standard on new residential construction sites will be replaced in the coming years by the new high-performance pipe shelf brackets.
The pipes are being installed on existing wall and floor space, with the pipes replacing the standard pipe shelf bracket and being bolted to the wall and being installed in the middle of the shelf.
The pipes are also designed to withstand extreme weather conditions, and will allow for greater flexibility in design and installation, according to the company.
The window plants that were originally designed for single-family homes, but now can also accommodate multiple apartments, have been replaced with the more sophisticated and more powerful pipe shelves.
The new pipes are intended to be used in conjunction with the existing pipe shelf in an existing building, said David L. Brown, chief operating officer of the company, in an interview with the Washington Post.