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Achieve Greater Energy Efficiency with Next Generation Engineered Wood Panels

Achieve Greater Energy Efficiency with Next Generation Engineered Wood Panels

This white paper takes a look at the next generation of sheathing and roof products that are creating a visual sea of green in neighborhoods across the country.

Coastal Builder Uses Next Generation Roof Decks to Help Fortify Homes Against Storms

Coastal Builder Uses Next Generation Roof Decks to Help Fortify Homes Against Storms

When General Contractor John Price moved to Gulfport, Mississippi, he noticed significant rainfall as a crucial jobsite variable year-round. To provide added protection beyond that of traditional oriented strand board (OSB) and felt roof deck assemblies, he uses ZIP System® roof sheathing and tape to build a more resilient sealed roof deck.

Protect Homes in High Wind Zones with Roof Sheathing Products

Protect Homes in High Wind Zones with Roof Sheathing Products

Many builders in high-wind zone areas are now building to higher standards to help their customers withstand natural disasters. This white paper looks at one such standard, the FORTIFIED Homes program, and how builders are achieving the certification.

Stretch Tape Creates Moisture Barrier around Windows, Door and Corners

Stretch Tape Creates Moisture Barrier around Windows, Door and Corners

Structural leaks can expose your home to a dangerous health hazard — mold. This white paper identifies one product that is helping builders easily create weather-resistant barriers around windows, doors, corners and irregularly shaped areas of the exterior.

Stop Radiant Heat at the Roof for a More Energy Efficient Home

Stop Radiant Heat at the Roof for a More Energy Efficient Home

If you’ve ever spent time in a stuffy attic on a hot summer day, you’ve experienced the effects of radiant heat. The roof absorbs the heat, which transfers to other attic surfaces, including air ducts and flooring. This white paper reveals one roofing product that creates a radiant barrier, making your home more comfortable and energy efficient.

Sheathing for a Stronger and Greener Home

Sheathing for a Stronger and Greener Home

In this age of heightened environmental consciousness, consumers and construction professionals alike strive to build stronger, greener homes. That means continually finding ways to heighten energy efficiency, while lessening environmental degradation in the process. A relatively new innovation that can differentiate a green home is...

Building Products that Simplify Construction Process Mitigate Skilled Labor Shortage

Building Products that Simplify Construction Process Mitigate Skilled Labor Shortage

The most detrimental outcome of the recent recession is the shortage of skilled labor. Some experts estimate that the labor deficit has added 30 percent to the average time it takes to build a home. This white paper looks at some of the products that builder are using to offset the effects of the labor shortage.

The Home Energy Revolution

The Home Energy Revolution

The focus of today's building revolution is on improving housing performance. The changes taking place rival the impact of indoor plumbing, modern electricity and refrigeration from a century ago. Learn about upgrades to major building codes and green certification programs, building science, and strategies that meet green home standards.

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