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Ty Pennington, our newest Spokesperson and friend, joined Lapolla today for a Day 1 video shoot in The Woodlands, TX.

Make sure you visit our social sites to view all the behind-the-scenes pics and to get the latest of our campaign with Ty Pennington and spray foam insulation developments.

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First To The Future with Ty Pennington – Ep 10

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Host: Ty Pennington

Episode 10 – Second Floor Continuous Load Path
Aired June 26, 2014
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nghtv first to the future florida homeDuring Episode 9, Ty talked about the importance of a continuous load path. So what is a continuous load path? Ty explains in this episode that it's like a chain that ties the house together from the roof to the foundation. It's extremely important during strong weather conditions like hurricanes (or willy willy as called in Austrailia) or high wind.

Ty's First To The Future home is being secured by metal connectors that are stronger than toe nail connections. With high impact windows, a metal roof, and the continuous load path, this First To The Future home is ready for a willy willy.



Ty Pennington’s First To The Future Home – Episode 9: Storm Resistant Construction


Host: Ty Pennington

Episode 9 - Storm Resistant Construction
Aired June 17, 2014
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NextGenTV's "First To The Future" series hosted by Ty Pennington aired Episode 9 on Storm Resistant Construction. Ty talks about a quality roof system and the home becoming one solid structure to withstand the heavy winds of the northern Florida coast.

The home features a continuous load path to strengthen the structural frame, which connects the entire home together. The storm resistant windows feature laminated glass with a wind speed rating of 171 mph. The roof has a 140 mph wind warranty with a class 4 hail rating.

Watch more of NGHTV's "First To The Future" series with Ty Pennington.

Global Spray Polyurethane Foam Market – Forecast to 2019: Lapolla, among others, dominating

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DUBLINMay 20, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Global Spray Polyurethane Foam Market - Forecast to 2019: BASF, Bayer, Lapolla, The Dow Chemical Company, Demilec and CertainTeed dominating" report to their offering.

Spray Polyurethane Foam (SPF) is produced by reacting isocyanates such as MDI (Methylene diphenyl diisocyanate) and polyols in the presence of catalysts, flame retardants and blowing agents. The foam is then sprayed or pumped on building substrates as an insulating material.

SPF exhibits higher energy conservation efficiency than its traditional substitutes such as glass and thus has a comparatively lower carbon footprint. Ecological benefits coupled with government regulation for energy efficient structures have been among the factors driving demand for SPF. Demand for SPF is profoundly dependent on the construction industry. Hence, expanding construction industry has been a major factor fuelling the market growth. Raw materials used in the production of these foams cause severe occupational health hazards such as asthma. This has been a major restraint for growth of the market. In addition, price volatility of raw materials is expected to hamper the market growth over the coming few years. Research and development activities to develop bio-based SPF are expected to offer huge growth opportunity for the market.

The global SPF market can be segmented into three product segments, namely open cell SPF, closed cell SPF and others. In 2012, open cell and closed cell together constituted over 90% of the global demand for SPF and this high market share trend is expected to continue over the duration of the forecast period. Open cell SPF is primarily employed for residential applications and dominate the global demand for SPF. Demand for closed cell SPF is profoundly dependent on increasing industrial investments in a region. Other product segment comprise of one component foam and high density foam. One component SPF are employed for filling small cracks and holes whereas high density SPF are employed mainly for commercial applications such as machinery and geo thermal applications

On the basis of applications, the SPF market has been bifurcated into five major segments such as residential roofing, residential walls, commercial roofing, commercial walls and other niche applications including medical and transportation. Residential roofing was the largest application segment and the trend is expected to continue through 2019. Residential application of SPF is predominant in the developed economies of North America and Europe primarily owing to stringent regulations for energy efficient structures. Commercial walls application is expected to be the fastest growing segment in terms of revenue during the forecast period. Other applications include medical equipment, transportation, and telecom among others. Demand in other niche application segments is primarily driven by innovation and increased research and development activities.

Key Topics Covered:

Chapter 1 Preface
Chapter 2 Executive Summary
Chapter 3 Spray Polyurethane Foam- Industry Analysis
Chapter 4 Spray Polyurethane Foam Market - Product Segment Analysis
Chapter 5 Spray Polyurethane Foam Market - Application Analysis
Chapter 6 Spray Polyurethane Foam Market - Regional Analysis
Chapter 7 Company Profiles

Companies Mentioned:

  • BASF Corporation
  • Bayer MaterialScience
  • CertainTeed Corporation
  • Demilec
  • Icynene Inc.
  • Lapolla Industries, Inc.
  • NCFI Polyurethanes
  • Premium Spray Products
  • Rhino Linings Corporation
  • The Dow Chemical Company

For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/

SOURCE Research and Markets

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