What’s New: The Right Way Video Series

January 24, 2017

Jason Culpepper, Vice President of Sales and Marketing, explains PFT’s new video series, The Right Way. The goal of the series is to bring significant value to everyone that plays a role in getting insulated siding installed on homes every day, whether that be the owners, marketers, sales people, installers, etc. These audiences don’t exactly keep consistent […]

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PFT Named the BASF Product Manufacturer of the Year

January 12, 2017
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Orlando, Florida – At the 2017 International Builders Show, Progressive Foam Technologies, Inc. was recognized by BASF, the worlds largest chemical company, as the Product Manufacturer of the Year for their support in helping bringing new, innovative insulation products made from Neopor® graphite polystyrene to the marketplace. PFT was recognized by BASF alongside other influential companies in the building […]

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Pros Who Know: How to Trim a Window (1 of 3)

January 6, 2017

When installing insulated siding, or vinyl siding with Fullback insulation, it is important to first select the appropriate j-channel for the job. Other Related Topics Behind the Scenes: Making Insulated Siding Tip of the Week: How to Cut IVS Pros Who Know: Trimming a Window

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Tip of the Week: What Fastener Length Do You Need?

December 6, 2016

A common question we receive is “How long of a fastener do I need when installing insulated vinyl siding?”. The vinyl siding institute recommends that your fastener penetrates into a nailable service, such as wood sheathing or a stud, at least 1-1/4″. With hollow vinyl siding, a 1-1/2″ nail can be used. With insulated siding, you […]

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Tip of the Week: Selecting a Fastener When Installing Vinyl Siding

November 22, 2016

PFT installation expert Jared explains what type of fastener to use on you siding and insulation job. For sheathing and fanfold products, use a button cap nail to tack it to the wall prior to your siding installation. When installing vinyl siding, use a galvanized nail, stainless steel nail, or aluminum nail; something that won’t […]

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Tip of the Week: Using a Bat Display

November 8, 2016

This Tip of the Week is a little different than our usual installation tip. This week we will show you the bat display, and how it can be used to show a key feature of insulated vinyl siding. The bat display is a great demo to use in a showroom or at a home show, because […]

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Tip of the Week: Can you Mix Insulation Types on a Job?

October 25, 2016

PFT installation expert Jared answers the question about whether traditional EPS insulation can be mixed with premium Neopor insulation on a siding job. Traditional EPS insulation and premium Neopor insulation can be mixed on a job, however there are a few important things to keep in mind. Make sure the panels you are using are […]

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Tip of the Week: Vinyl Siding Mounting Block Accessories

October 11, 2016

  PFT installation expert Jared talks about one of his favorite accessories on a vinyl siding job, vinyl mounting blocks. He has even used them on his own home. Vinyl mounting blocks can be used to mount a variety of things, from lights and receptacles to water spigots. Adjustable mounting blocks are able to be used with […]

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Tip of the Week: Starter Adapter for Vinyl Siding

September 27, 2016

  Our PFT installation expert Jared explains the benefits of using an insulation starter adapter when installing vinyl siding with Fullback. Installing Fullback and and vinyl siding without a starter adapter creates a void at the bottom of the siding panel near the starter strip. This part of a home is most susceptible to damage from […]

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Tip of the Week: Install Insulation Panels Without a Gap

September 13, 2016

  Installation expert Jared answers the question, “Do I need to leave a gap between siding insulation panels?” We recommend that you do not leave a gap between two panels of insulation. You simply butt the panels up against each other. This provides a solid blanket of insulation behind the vinyl siding.

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