Dealers who sell premium, high-quality materials such as LP® SmartSide® Trim & Siding must master the art of conveying the value of these premium building materials to their customers. To convince a builder or remodeler to use engineered wood siding because of its many advantages, it’s all about going beyond the basics. Make sure you do your homework on the following points.
Bottom line: While LP SmartSide products come with a higher price tag, they also come with trusted, proven performance results. If you are a dealer who would like to learn more about using LP products in your business, schedule a product knowledge meeting with an LP representative by calling (888) 820-0325.
In the construction process, there are many factors to consider. Among these factors is whether to use one-sided LP® FlameBlock® Fire-Rated Sheathing or two-sided LP FlameBlock sheathing. To help explain the reasons one assembly is used over another, we caught up with Scott Johnson, Manager, Construction Services at LP Building Solutions.Continue Reading
At LP, we value partnering with you to build your business. We seek to provide not only one of the most durable siding materials available, LP® SmartSide® Trim & Siding, but also the support you need to operate a thriving business with our product. That’s why we’re excited to announce that the LP® BuildSmart™ Preferred Contractor Program is now LP® Remodelers Edge.
For insight on navigating client concerns and relationships, we called on Brad Leavitt, President at AFT Construction, for his perspective on how to deal with different customers in construction that lead to strong end results. First, let’s look at a few types of clients you’re most likely to see.
In any home, heat and moisture play a role during construction and long after. LP® TechShield® Radiant Barrier, the #1 radiant barrier sheathing in the industry, is equipped with VaporVents™ Technology that allows trapped moisture to escape during and after construction while the foil blocks up to 97% of radiant heat in roof panels from emitting into the attic.