PROSOCO is proud to join the CavityComplete® Wall Systems team effective November 15, 2016. As the new air and moisture barrier partner, PROSOCO will contribute category-leading components that have been tested and proven to work together with existing system solutions to help manage air, vapor and water movement.
“PROSOCO brings an extraordinary range of expertise and high quality products that will help the CavityComplete® Wall System continue to meet architect needs for compatible, code-compliant, and limited warranted* wall systems,” said Herbert Slone, Chief Architect for Owens Corning.
“PROSOCO has long had a strong commitment to innovation and exceeding standards for quality and efficiency in the air and water barrier market,” said Brian Koenings, director of sales and marketing for PROSOCO. “Our decision to collaborate with Cavity Complete further underscores that commitment as we proudly join other best-in-class manufacturers to provide what is undoubtedly a superior wall system.”
We proudly join other best-in-class manufacturers to provide what is undoubtedly a superior wall system.
As PROSOCO is integrated into the program, www.CavityComplete.com will temporarily have limited content as materials are updated. Installation instructions and other support materials featuring PROSOCO solutions will become available on the revised site within the next few months. However, as of now, all information necessary to specify CavityComplete® with PROSOCO products is available on the website.
All CavityComplete® components, including PROSOCO air barrier solutions, are currently available through a nationwide network of building materials distributors. For more information or to ask a specific question related to this change, please call 844-CAV-COMP (844-228-2667) or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
We thank you for your continued partnership.
*See actual limited warranty for complete details, requirements and limitations available at CavityComplete.com. The CavityComplete™ Wall System excludes the masonry veneer, wood or steel studs, concrete masonry units, and interior and exterior gypsum board. A detailed list of the components is available at CavityComplete.com.