EL SEGUNDO, Calif., Oct. 29 /PRNewswire/ -- Henry Company's BlueskinVP™ -- the next generation in air barrier technology for today's "green" homes -- is being showcased as part of the "Think Green" series of WEtv's "Designing Spaces" on October 31 and November 1 and 12 at 9:30 a.m. (ET/PT). Henry Company's Director of Product Management Marc Tropper will demonstrate why architects, contractors and property owners alike should seriously consider the benefits of using a high performance air and water barrier as opposed to a conventional house wrap.
"BlueskinVP™ 100 picks up where other staple-applied, house wraps leave off," explains Tropper. "This peel-and-stick system with patented vapor permeable adhesive provides a continuous plane of air tightness that prevents air and bulk water from moving through exterior walls in either direction, while still allowing the structure to breathe."
BlueskinVP™ air and water resistive barrier boosts the performance of the overall Building Envelope System®, resulting in numerous benefits, including:
- Lower energy costs
- Protection against rain penetration
- Improved insulation performance
- Enhanced occupant comfort
- Improved air quality and mold resistance
- Healthier building environment
Henry Company supports the use of green building practices and energy efficient construction design. Henry manufactures a broad range of Building Envelope Systems® that support this effort and contribute toward achieving Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) points, including air and vapor barriers, cool roof reflective coatings, Vegetative Roof Assembly™, spray foam insulation and waterproofing, to name a few.
For more information on Henry products and services, please call 1-800-486-1278 or visit www.henry.com.
About Designing Spaces: Created by O2 Media's Quorum Productions, Designing Spaces is a half-hour informative series that inspires viewers to make every space count and instructs them on the smartest ways to make their homes more beautiful and functional. Quorum Productions, a wholly-owned subsidiary of O2 Media Inc., is a Florida-based production company that is nationally renowned for creating award-winning educational programming. To view a show online, just go to www.designingspaces.tv. If you have a great idea for a story, or want to be a part of the show, please contact Lysa Liemer at firstname.lastname@example.org.
SOURCE Henry Company