SEE Expo Tradeshow Review & Flyers

This past weekend we exhibited our product at the 2008 Southern Energy and Environment (SEE) Expo and had a tremendous response from the attending community.  Our feet are tired but we're back in action with lots of follow-up to do this week.  While we were sure we would have more than enough flyers for the show we did run out in the waning two hours on Sunday afternoon and we apologize for anyone that passed by and could not receive a flyer.  I have attached links to the two documents on the right (the document we distributed was a single sheet double sided document).

It was as much an educational event this past weekend as anything - and when you get down to it that's really what it's all about.  Unfortunately we did have competitors spreading falsehoods about our product but I guess that goes with the territory.  It is not better to have an open cell foam in the wall cavity to allow moisture to pass through your building envelope in an uninhibited fashion - in fact it is never good to have moisture roaming around in your walls and roof.  It is always best to keep the interior of the building envelope well ventilated with an ERV (Energy Recovery Ventilator) or equivalent.  "Seal it tight, ventilate right" the building scientists say in growing consensus - and that includes preventing moisture - and any particles that moisture may contain - from passing freely through your building envelope.

Our competitors with the EPS panels (~95% of the US market uses EPS or styrofoam type foam products) lied to people when they told them that our panels would kill you.  Kind of a pitiful, desperate plea for attention, I think.  Our panels have an inert (non-reactive) foam interior that is 100% formaldehyde free and does not off-gass.  We can substantiate the R value that we state with DATA - something our competitors often lack.  We'll be glad to discuss with any interested parties if you like.

"Green Building 101" Flyer

Eco-Panels "Green" Attributes