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Learning Opportunity: Best Practices in Design and Use of Trus Joist Products

Join us as we explore ways to save time and reduce the risk of costly errors as projects move from design to construction. ... Read More
October 8, 2019

A living experiment: Award-winning prototype imagines new way to build homes

Imagine a house that recognizes you when you walk in the door and automatically adjusts the kitchen and bathroom countertops to suit your height ... Read More
September 20, 2019

Meeting Demand for Mid-Century With Real Cedar

Mid-Century Modern styles—from homes to furniture—have been making a notable comeback in recent years, likely in part due to Americans renewed desire cleaner, less cluttered spaces and a craving for authenticity that only vintage vibes can provide. ... Read More
September 20, 2019

AZEK Building Products Partners With Weyerhaeuser Distribution

AZEK Building Products, a leading manufacturer of premium outdoor building materials, has announced a new partnership with Weyerhaeuser Distribution, one of the largest distributors in the U.S. and one of the world’s largest forest products companies. The Seattle-based company plans to offer the full lines of TimberTech® Outdoor Living products and AZEK® Exteriors’ products in key locations throughout the western United States. ... Read More
September 12, 2019

Video: What Does It Mean to Sustainably Manage a Forest?

When it comes to building materials, Real Cedar is well-known not just for its beauty and durability, but for a sustainability story that outshines nearly all the rest. Cedar’s sustainability story starts in the forest. Not only is wood the only renewable building material on the planet, “lumber producers have been replacing harvested trees so diligently over the last few decades that North American forests have actually grown by 20% since 1970,” ... Read More
August 22, 2019