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Jan 8, 2018
Huber Engineered Woods Introduces New Tools
In advance of the world’s largest annual construction show—the International Builders’ Show (IBS), January 9-11, 2018—Huber Engineered Woods introduces two new tools to make jobsite application easier and more efficient.
Jan 8, 2018
Manufacturer Jobsite Training Mitigates Risk
From El Paso to Houston, Amarillo to Corpus Christi, and Dallas to San Antonio, multifamily jobsites across Texas are receiving hands-on installation training, thanks to Huber Engineered Woods’ new traveling technical services program.
Jan 8, 2018
Top Tips for ZIP System® Sheathing and Tape
ZIP System® sheathing and tape is leading a revolution in streamlining building enclosure design. With a built-in water-resistive barrier that eliminates housewrap and rigid air barrier, building teams are making the switch for quick, and reliable weather and air leakage protection. Chris Clark, manager of product engineering at Huber Engineered Woods, offers his top tips for achieving a continuous structural, air- and water-resistive barrier with ZIP System sheathing and tape.
Oct 23, 2017
Oregon Code Advances: Rain Screens Now Required
Between Oct. 1, 2016 and the end of April 2017, Portland, Oregon, experienced more than 145 days of rain, equaling 45.5 inches. Building code requirements vary across the United States, and in Oregon, rain screens have become a major topic of conversation due to the wet weather. After meeting structural requirements, water management in exteriors has established itself as a top priority, especially in wet climates.