Don’t Trust Your Job to Inferior Panels

Imported plywood panels continue to appear in U.S. markets from Brazil, China and other countries. Many of these panels bear trademarks that state compliance with U.S. Voluntary Product Standard PS 1, Structural Plywood.

The Future of Mass Timber

As more of these mass timber structures are completed, we not only enjoy the natural beauty and warmth of wood structures, but we also are reminded of the exceptional environmental benefits of wood construction.

Canadian Producers Settle into Southern Pine

It wasn’t too long ago that it was inconceivable to imagine Canadian companies would be selling southern pine. But today three of the five largest producers of southern lumber are headquartered in Vancouver, B.C.

Should Deck Builders Choose Tiles Over Boards?

Wood deck tiles have become a popular option in lieu of standard long length deck boards, especially in close-to-ground applications.

Trim Job: Why & How to Sell Exterior Packages

A home is a compilation of hundreds of decisions and thousands of products. So when it comes to the exterior, focusing your sales approaches on the whole cohesive package—and showing builders, remodelers, and their homeowners what those packages look like—may improve your opportunities to increase upgrades, boost efficiencies, and further satisfy customers.

Great Southern Sinks Teeth Into New Marketing Campaign

What do you get when you combine YellaWood brand pressure treated pine with a mischievous band of beavers driven to create their own oasis at the lodge? “The Woodland’s Most Wanted.”

LP Subflooring Swims With the Sharks

Product experts from LP Building Products embarked on a 22-hour boat ride to Guadalupe Island to put LP Legacy premium subflooring to the ultimate performance test

Educating the Informed Consumer About Buying Preserved Wood

When consumers, armed with knowledge affected by the Internet, walk down the lumber aisle, how can your voice guide them to what they need to make their project a success?

Sell Hidden Upgrades with EWPs

Hidden behind the walls and under the floors, premium framing, subflooring and sheathing materials aren’t always an easy sell. Many homebuyers would rather splurge on the pretty things they can see like high-end countertops, fixtures or finishes.

High-Impact Upgrades with Southern Cypress

When it comes to interior home designs, trends are constantly changing. But if there’s one thing that never seems to go out of style, it’s natural wood.