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Fabricating parts on the ground or in the shop saves time and improves quality.
Horizontal, vertical, and corner pieces create panels that manage water and are easy to install
Get a water-resistive barrier and a rainscreen in this new housewrap
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The look of cedar shingles with the durability of composite material
Two new products help save labor on exterior trim installations
JLC visits the job site on Peaks Island, Maine, to see carpenters apply a rain-screen siding system over foil-faced insulating sheathing as part of an energy-efficient gut/rehab project.
Working efficiently ensures durability and profitability.
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