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NyloBoard's products are made from recycled carpets, with no wood in the mix.
With no fasteners or joint treatments needed, this weather barrier installs quickly and seals tightly.
This self-adhesive, high-temperature underlayment is designed for use with tile, metal, and slate roofs.
These roof panels can help lower attic temperatures and protect against moisture.
From doors and siding to interior trim and flooring, these 10 new products are just the tip of the iceberg at the 2014 combined Remodeling Show, Deck Expo, and JLC Live.
The key is meticulous waterproofing, even where you might not think it's necessary.
Doug Horgan discusses a troublesome area that frequently gets overlooked: the transition between a steep-slope roof and a low-slope roof.
According to its maker, the material helps to prevent wood flooring from cupping and buckling.
Also available in 360-square-foot contractor rolls, this synthetic substrate for laminate floors is designed to inhibit sound transmission.
To ensure a waterproof installation, use adhesive between layers of waterproofing materials and pay close attention to corners and intersections.
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