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A Modern, Comprehensive Solution That Checks All the Boxes for Builders and Owners. There is no controlling our seasonal distance from the sun or the warm and cold fronts that make up part of the daily forecast. For homeowners of every kind, that means maintaining a comfortable interior temperature is a yearlong challenge that requires […]Read the Full Article>
Ox Engineered Products, the innovative manufacturer of structural sheathing, structural insulated sheathing, House Warp and Roof Underlayment, is pleased to announce that it was one of the winners of the David Weekly Homes 16th annual National Preferred Partner of Choice Award. The award recognizes field and manufacturing partners that have consistently operated at world-class levels, […]Read the Full Article>
Ox recently released a new instructional video that highlights the features and benefits or our OX-IS insulated sheathing product for builders and home owners. OX-IS allows builders to save time and money on the job site, while creating a simple path to meeting demanding continuous insulation energy codes. Click Here to watch the video in […]Read the Full Article>
Ox Foil Faced Commercial Seam Tape is now available for use on select Ox Building products. Ox commercial seam tape is a foil faced seam tape, designed for use as a closure system and vapor seal on Ox exterior sheathing products like Ox Strong-R and ISO Red Max. Ox Commercial Seam Tape exceeds most building […]Read the Full Article>
Background: On November 22, 2019 the APA (American Plywood Association) published a “Product Advisory: Performance of Flexible Structural Sheathing” in their November APA Update eNewsletter. In this Product Advisory they attack the structural sheathing products industry. Prior to this APA advisory, SP-1172, which has essentially identical information, was published in October of 2015 and then […]Read the Full Article>
One project engineer met the challenge of a remote jobsite by rethinking the materials. As winter creeps closer and Telluride, Colorado, gears up for a 2019-2020 season of a predicted 371” of snowfall, contractors at Chandler Homes are relieved not to have the impossible burden of packing the ski lift gondolas full of building products […]Read the Full Article>