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FAKE NEWS: Are Published R-Values for Polyiso and XPS Insulation Real or Fake?

By: Dale Mullikin, Sales Representative – Architectural Products It can be hard to know what is real or what is fake. If it is published somewhere it seems to be accepted as real. If a manufacturer produces a Tech Data … Continue reading

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Curious Findings About Polyisocyanurate

By: Doug Wehrwein, Sales Representative – Architectural Products It’s interesting and confusing at times, to analyze all the new test results and information about various roof insulation products.  Over the years polyisocyanurate has been the predominate insulation material used in commercial … Continue reading

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IS 80 PERCENT GOOD ENOUGH?

By:  Kyle Staley, Sales Representative – Architectural Products SINCE WHEN IS 80 PERCENT GOOD ENOUGH? WE AREN’T IN HIGH SCHOOL ANYMORE! Are we being lied to or just looking the other way to get the job?  When a roof is … Continue reading

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