Exterior Finishing Systems

The Horizon Foundation Finishing System provides moisture and thermal protection to exposed foundation walls between the grade line and the sill plate and comes in insulated and uninsulated versions. It is a three-layer system incorporating a Tuff-N-Dri basement waterproofing membrane, a high-density insulation panel, and a waterproofing and insulating topcoat.

Source: CUSTOM HOME Magazine
Publication date: May 1, 2005

By CUSTOM HOME Staff

Firm Foundation

The Horizon Foundation Finishing System provides moisture and thermal protection to exposed foundation walls between the grade line and the sill plate and comes in insulated and uninsulated versions. It is a three-layer system incorporating a Tuff-N-Dri basement waterproofing membrane, a high-density insulation panel, and a waterproofing and insulating topcoat.

Patina Progress Exhibiting a mottled patina over bright new copper, PatriotGreen copper uses a patented process involving a partially applied patina coating. The uncoated copper sections naturally age with exposure to the environment, developing a natural patina while the applied patina fades away, allowing the surface to mature. PatriotGreen is available in sheets and in coils.
Courtesy Jeld-Wen
High Fiber

Featuring the manufacturer's new PÜR-fiber technology, the Premium Fiberglass line of doors is made with 35 percent fiberglass content, resulting in a stronger, stiffer skin, the manufacturer claims. Mahogany and alder looks with pronounced, realistic wood grains are available in 32 styles. Jeld-Wen. 800.535.3462. www.jeld-wen.com.

Station Stop Combining aluminum and glass in a design reminiscent of Shoji
Courtesy Clopay Building Products
screens.

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