I would definitely recommend LP to anyone else in the profession. It’s just one of those products that feels good and installs easy.
At LP, our first priority is always the safety and well-being of our employees, customers, suppliers and communities. We understand the challenging dynamics of the building industry—deadlines, limited skilled workforces, potential liabilities, reputation management, and inventory shortages, just to name a few—and how those are amplified during this uncertain time of COVID-19.Continue Reading
Since 2015, This Old House Idea House projects have highlighted remodels that inspire homeowners—but they’ve also caught the eye of building professionals.
Radiant barriers have become very popular with efficiency-minded builders in the recent years. This is largely due to the fact that when installed properly, a radiant barrier can reduce the impact of summer heat and yield tangible savings in cooling costs of a home—a persuasive selling point when addressing potential homeowners. But how does radiant barrier work and what exactly are its effects?
You may have recently heard the terms “resilient construction” or “weather-resistant building” being used more frequently within the architectural and construction industries. But what do these terms mean exactly? The Resilient Design Institute defines resilient construction (or resiliency) as “the capacity to adapt to changing conditions and to maintain or regain functionality and vitality in the face of stress or disturbance.”