Industry professionals from all over the world will meet in Orlando, Florida when The International Builders’ Show kicks off on Tuesday January 9th. This year, LP Building Solutions (Booth W2900) will be debuting new dependable, durable high-performance building solutions that are designed to help you build better, smarter and faster. We’ll also be involved with a few educational events outside the booth that you won’t want to miss!
LP® Legacy® Premium Sub-Flooring Product Debut and ‘Tested Extreme’ Launch Event
Tuesday, January 9 from 3:30-5:00pm, Booth W2900
This year, we will debut the revolutionary new LP Legacy Premium Sub-Flooring, which boasts superior stiffness, strength and moisture resistance, as well as the industry’s only Covered Until It’s Covered no-sand guarantee.
In addition, you’re invited to join us at the booth for the LP Legacy Tested Extreme launch event. Along with cocktails, at 4:00pm we will unveil the second Tested Extreme Expedition video, where we put LP Legacy to the test in nature’s toughest extremes. We will also be handing out gift bags to the first 200 people and raffling off a $2000 gift card to REI.
New Products from LP® SmartSide® Trim & Siding
The LP SmartSide product line has been expanded with two new high-performance products that will be displayed at the booth.
LP® SmartSide® Perfection Shingle - The new engineered wood fiber lap shingle features a fine sawn wood texture with no knots. Perfection Shingle achieves the harmonious balance of cedar-like texture and the clean lines of shingles.
LP® SmartSide® Cedar Texture Vertical Siding - The versatility of Vertical Siding creates a charming or modern aesthetic. The 16’ length allows for one piece installation and eliminates horizontal joints. Complete the look by using it in combination with 16’ LP SmartSide Cedar Texture or Reversible Trim for a Board & Batten look.
LP Products in Application at the High-Performance Building Zone
West Concourse, Exhibit Hall WD, Booth W6157
Make sure to stop by the High-Performance Building Zone where you’ll discover best practices for improving efficiency in all areas of the home. In the Building Performance Lab, you’ll see how some of our LP product solutions work together in a whole house application. Engineer and building science expert Gord Cooke will give a presentation on the high-performance benefits of LP Legacy® and LP TechShield® sheathing on Tuesday, January 9 from 10:30 – 11:00am. We will also have LP reps on site to answer any questions you have.
Design Studio Session on Social-Driven Design Presented by LP Industry Expert
Thursday, January 11 from 12:45 – 1:15pm
West Concourse, Level 3, Room W311E
Joshua Jackson, LP Business Development Manager for Growth and Innovation, will be presenting in the Design Studio, a group of educational presentations focused on creating “designs that are sure to wow and inspire.” Jackson will be giving a session on how builders can use social media as an indicator of foreseeable design trends and predicted buyer demand. Stop by the Design Studio on Thursday to catch his must-see presentation.
We look forward to connecting with you at the show!
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