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Garapa Rain Screen Siding Exceeds Clients Needs

Posted by Chris Nolan on Tue, Jul 2, 2019 @ 05:07 AM

Check out this sprawling new contemporary home in the Hamptons. It's a great example of creating a sustainable design that meets and exceeds a client’s needs. The Climate-Shield rain screen system, with Garapa hardwood siding, makes this home look like it has been there for years.

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Closed Joint Wood Rain Screens: What You Should Know

Posted by Chris Nolan on Tue, Jun 4, 2019 @ 05:06 AM

A rain screen is a design and installation method to let your siding ventilate. The siding stands off the outside wall. A rain screen lets your home or building breathe better. This can help minimize the mold. From the outside, most wood rain screens look alike. But they don’t perform alike. Before deciding, there’s a lot you should consider.

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Pros and Cons of a Closed Joint Rain Screen: What You Should Know

Posted by Chris Nolan on Tue, May 7, 2019 @ 05:05 AM

A rain screen is a design and installation method to let your siding ventilate. The siding stands off the outside wall. A rain screen or 'rainscreen' lets your home or building breathe better. This can help minimize the mold. From the outside, most wood rain screens look alike. But they don’t perform alike. Before deciding, there’s a lot you should consider.

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Wood Rain Screen Corner Installation: The Next Big Thing

Posted by Chris Nolan on Tue, Apr 9, 2019 @ 05:04 AM

Because they are so effective, architects and designers are specifying more rain screen systems than ever before.  A well-designed rain screen system can add years to a home or building and create a healthier indoor environment. And architects know it.  Designers gravitate toward a horizontal wood outside corner when designing wood rain screens. Here’s why they love the Climate-Shield outside corner. And installers do, too.

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Hardwood Rain Screen Siding Sensational on Jewelry Store

Posted by Chris Nolan on Tue, Mar 12, 2019 @ 05:03 AM

Ozark, Missouri - Hardwood rain screens blend the best of both worlds. On one hand, they’re breathtakingly beautiful. They use long lasting natural hardwoods for the siding material. On the other hand, they provide sustainable design that add value and longevity to a home or building. This commercial rain screen project features FSC® Certified Machiche hardwood siding.  Check it out.

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