A home’s building envelope serves multiple purposes that offer several benefits to homeowners. Shouldn’t the insulation a builder works with do the same for them?
What does it take to build energy efficient homes that make a difference? For Legacy Homes in Nebraska, it was a matter of trying something new and working with BASF.
The automotive sector has established a consistent blueprint for continuous efficiency. The time has come for the residential construction industry to do the same.
The residential construction industry likes to stick with what it knows when it comes to rigid foam insulation. For BASF’s Justin DeMarco, that’s a mindset that needs to change.
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MAXFLASH liquid flashing membrane is best suited for complex window configurations, irregular surfaces, and large and setback window openings
Typical wall assemblies offer numerous pathways for heat to exit through exterior walls. Heat lost through wall surface thermal bridging can add…
The HP+ A-Series, a flash-and-batt system from BASF, reduces lumber content, improves moisture management and achieves higher R-values
BASF and Building Science Consulting tested the home performance of the 2x4 HP+ Wall System and 2x6 construction with full cavity insulation
A groundbreaking new project aims to help the construction industry reduce greenhouse gas emissions—and achieve full net-zero targets.…