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Bathroom Fixtures

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Indoor Air Quality

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Roofing, Siding and Decking

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Structural Systems, Materials and Landscaping

Windows and Doors

Honorable Mention

Eco-Friendly Products Selected by Green Builder's Editors

Owens Corning Pure Safety Insulation

Posted by Green Builder Staff

May 18, 2018 1:54:46 PM

Pure Safety insulation by Owens Corning is the world’s first certified asthma and allergy friendly high-performance insulation that has low dust, and is mold and mildew resistant. The insulation is fire resistant, and helps reduce and control the spread of household noise. Pure Safety insulation is also, on average, 65 percent recycled content.

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Sto Corp. StoGuard AirSeal membrane

Posted by Green Builder Staff

May 18, 2018 11:44:56 AM

Air leakage resistance and moisture control are important elements of wall design. Preventing leakage and enhancing the drying potential of wall assemblies can minimize the risk of water damage from condensation.

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Honeywell Solstice Liquid Blowing Agent

Posted by Green Builder Staff

May 18, 2018 11:42:21 AM

As demand for resilient, energy-efficient buildings continues to grow, so does the need for greener, high-performance insulation. Honeywell’s Solstice Liquid Blowing Agent (LBA) is a breakthrough in polyurethane (PU) foam formulations that helps improve energy efficiency, is better for the environment, reduces costs and is safer.

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Covestro PUReWall insulated wall panel

Posted by Green Builder Staff

May 18, 2018 11:35:32 AM

PUReWall from Covestro LLC is a high-performance, insulated structural wall panel that is a more cost-effective and energy-efficient alternative to a traditional panel wall assembly.

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AeroBarrier envelope sealing system

Posted by Green Builder Staff

May 18, 2018 11:29:40 AM

Sealing and insulating a home’s building envelope can be expensive and time-consuming, and is subject to human error. Currently, contractors manually attempt to locate small and large gaps in a building’s structure to create an airtight seal, but some areas, such as electrical outlets, escape detection.

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