structuredwall panel

StructuredWall Panel

Structurewall™ panels are a direct substitute for conventional 2×4 or 2×6 framing. Twice as strong as a 2×4 wall, these panels also offer R-values up to 25 in a standard 4½” wall thickness, or 38 in a 6½” wall, with a urethane foam core. Because of their rigidity, Structurewall panels can readily span up to 8′ in roof applications, saving the cost of additional support members, and allowing for more open, aesthetically pleasing spaces.

NEW! Introducing Our 8 1/4-inch R-50
Structurewall™ Panel

Our versatile Structurewall™ panel just got thicker! The same features as our other durable Structurewall panels but with an even higher R-value.

 

curtain wall panel

Curtain Wall Panel

Curtainwall™ panels offer the advantage of a finish-able interior surface of gypsum wallboard for non-structural applications. They are used primarily to enclose timber or metal frame buildings, where the interior skin of the panel will be left exposed and finished. Optionally, the interior skin can be fire-shield or moisture-resistant wallboard. As with all Green Mountain panels, exterior siding may be attached directly to the exterior skin of the panel without the added expense of house-wrap. Curtainwall panels have a high R-value urethane foam core.

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Woodclad panel

Woodclad Panel

Woodclad™ panels combine the strength and efficiency of Structurewall panels with the benefits of an interior finish with 1×8 V-groove pine. Ideal for log cabin or timber frame roof applications, Woodclad panels are also very popular in structural panel packages, adding a touch of warmth and country style to the interior finish, as well as avoiding the extra expense of finishing wallboard on a high ceiling. Like all Green Mountain panels, Woodclad panels come with a limited ten-year warranty, backed by the strongest company in the business, and a reputation for service excellence more than fifteen years old.
 

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