Building Envelope

From insulation and flashing to exterior sheathing, it’s essential that the building envelope of any home be tight, strong, and efficient. Find the latest technology for sturdy, dry, and energy-efficient homes here.

Barricade Housewrap plus flash right by Barricade Building Products

Barricade Wrap Plus Drainage also protects against UV rays and is resistant to pressure washing, job site chemicals, and sugars from tree sap and wood sidings.

Barricade Housewrap plus flash right by Barricade Building Products

Barricade Wrap Plus Drainage also protects against UV rays and is resistant to pressure washing, job site chemicals, and sugars from tree sap and wood sidings.

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Peterssen Keller Architecture Credit River Residence photo by Jessica Stoe Photography

This energy efficient home offers a wide variety of sustainable features, including locally sourced ash siding, LEDs, and high-performance windows. Built with structural insulated panels, it also uses closed-cell spray foam in areas where the panels couldn’t be used. Photo: Jessica Stoe Photography

Peterssen Keller Architecture Credit River Residence photo by Jessica Stoe Photography

This energy efficient home offers a wide variety of sustainable features, including locally sourced ash siding, LEDs, and high-performance windows. Built with structural insulated panels, it also uses closed-cell spray foam in areas where the panels couldn’t be used. Photo: Jessica Stoe Photography

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Knauff eco batt insulation

KNAUF

EcoBatt insulation bonds glass fibers using a thermosetting plant-derived resin, resulting in a formaldehyde-free product. Low-dust, clean-cutting fibers encourage faster, cleaner installation, and the product can be used in wood- or metal-frame construction. It’s available unfaced or with kraft, foil, or flame-rated foil facings.

Knauff eco batt insulation

KNAUF

EcoBatt insulation bonds glass fibers using a thermosetting plant-derived resin, resulting in a formaldehyde-free product. Low-dust, clean-cutting fibers encourage faster, cleaner installation, and the product can be used in wood- or metal-frame construction. It’s available unfaced or with kraft, foil, or flame-rated foil facings.

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Boise Cascade engineered lumber

Boise Cascade says its Versa-Stud laminated veneer lumber is engineered for builders who want strong, stiff, and straight walls.

Boise Cascade engineered lumber

Boise Cascade says its Versa-Stud laminated veneer lumber is engineered for builders who want strong, stiff, and straight walls.

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