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April 2019

Happy Earth Month!

At Henry®, our mission is Building Confidence™―the assurance to our customers and colleagues that Henry solutions can be trusted to meet the highest industry standards, throughout the residential and light commercial building envelope. That mission includes a focus on energy efficiency, livability and sustainability, to benefit owners, occupants, and the environment we all share.

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February 2019

Your One Stop Shop

Look no further for all the components you need to weatherize your project. We can help you develop a complete Building Envelope System® that includes vertical wall and windows, roofing and foundation.

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January 2019

IBS is Just Around the Corner

We are excited to be officially launching the Henry® Residential and Light Commercial Division at the International Builder’s Show in Las Vegas. You might know us as Fortifiber. Or you might know us as the Henry Residential Group. Either way, you’ll be thrilled with the solutions that we now offer in combination.

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December 2018

Speaking of 2019

We have big things in store for you in the upcoming year. We’ll be sharing exciting new plans and programs at the International Builder’s Show in Las Vegas February 19-21. Plan now to join us.

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December 2018

Planning for Economic Uncertainty

Buckle up! Looks like the housing industry is on its way to an interesting year. Here are some key factors that are influencing the outlook.

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December 2018

Case Study: Drainable Wrap vs. Rainscreen

It won’t come as a surprise to anyone that rain is a key consideration when planning construction projects in the state of Washington. North of Seattle in Poulsbo, Chinook Properties recently built a 91 unit multi-family residential development: Arendal on Viking. This was the first apartment project approved in the city in over 20 years, so it has been closely watched.

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