Midland, Michigan -- Dow Chemical Co. is set to showcase its most recent energy-saving innovations at the International Builders' Show (IBS) in Florida this January.
The company's Building Solutions team will be displaying a range of insulation, air sealing and renewable energy solutions for homeowners.
"Building a high performance home starts with sealing the building envelope," said Dale Winger, residential market manager, Dow Building Solutions,in a 5 Jan statement.
He added that the products on display would reflect the growing demand for more energy-efficient homes. Latest developments include a variety of spray polyurethane foam products to reduce air and moisture infiltration causes by gaps and cracks in buildings, as well a selection of rigid foam insulation designed to meet the needs of specific above-grade wall applications.
As well as polyurethane and other foam solutions, the company will be showcasing its Dow Powerhouse Solar Shingles, a solar-power product for residential homes expected to be commercially available in the US market by mid-2011.
IBS 2011 is one of the largest annual light construction shows in the world and will take place 12-15 Jan in Orlando, Florida. LMH