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Keppler Glass Constructions ad, American Architect, 1918
American Architect · 1918
When you buy roof-lights and vault-lights you pay for the square foot of materials—but what you really want is daylight, efficiency, and economy.
Keppler Glass Constructions put the emphasis on daylight, efficiency, and ultimate economy. They admit as much as 40 per cent more daylight than ordinary constructions. They have an all-glass undersurface and appear from below as one large light source instead of a number of small units. No exposed metal parts—no painting or upkeep is needed.
They can be assembled right at the job or furnished complete in

Keppler Pre-assembled Panels

These panels are built in our shops to fit any opening specified and shipped within fifteen days of order. They have been delivered successfully to different parts of the United States and South America.
Besides giving you the advantages of plenty of daylight, efficiency, and favorable price, Keppler Pre-assembled Panels simplify roof-light and vault-light installations, and save you time and trouble. Any mason can set them in their openings and make them absolutely watertight from the simple directions they accompany each shipment.
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