In addressing the most current construction concerns facing contractors working in green building and remodeling, these three companies have introduced products that will increase your quality, decrease your risk, and extend the durability and life of your projects. And with green building and building science at the forefront of today's construction trends, these products can help you avoid problems and gain traction in this emerging market.
Georgia-Pacific's DensGuard moisture-resistant tile backer scores and snaps with a utility knife, fastens easily, and provides superior moisture and mold resistance. GP's tile-backer products can contribute toward LEED certification points as well as the ANSI-700 National Green Building Standard.
Liquid Nails pioneered the use of adhesives in the industry and continues to lead with a line of products that meets every need at every stage of construction. Their green product line includes Greenguard-certified low-VOC adhesives and sealants that can contribute toward certification in both LEED and the NAHB Green Building Guidelines program.
AdvanTech has introduced a new line of durable subflooring, sheathing, and rim boards that resist moisture, reducing downtime, replacement, and waste. AdvanTech flooring panels are NAHB Green Approved and come with a 300-day no-sanding guarantee.