CertainTeed acquired Structus Building Technologies in 2015 and adopted the company’s No-Coat and Levelline corner products to pair with CertainTeed’s AquaBead (pictured). No-Coat features a laminated copolymer core to withstand severe impacts. Levelline comes in a flexible roll. AquaBead comes equipped with a water-activated adhesive.
Huber Engineered Woods added a new insulation thickness to its ZIP System R-sheathing line. The new R-9 rated insulation thickness has water-resistive and air-resistive barriers. It was created to help builders meet the continuous foam insulation R-value requirements that are outlined in the 2015 International Energy Conservation Code.
Jeld-Wen introduced its new EpicVue line of windows and patio doors. The clad-wood windows and doors let in abundant natural light, the company says. There is also a “direct set” option for corner windows to create panoramic views. The wood is treated with AuraLast to protect it from rot and termites. EpicVue products are available in nine different wood species and five stains.
MoistureShield introduced two new decking collections. The Refine line (pictured) has an integrated cap that provides enhanced durability and resistance to fading and staining. The Infuse line incorporates CoolDeck technology that helps the boards absorb less heat and keeps them cool. Both collections will be available in 1x6-inch boards in 12-, 16-, or 20-foot lengths.