MISSISSAUGA, Ontario — Icynene-Lapolla will expand distribution of the company’s Lapolla building materials line in Canada, the company announced late last week.
As part of the effort, a suite of Lapolla’s standout spray polyurethane foam insulation, roofing and coating solutions will be made readily available to Canadian customers.
“Canada is a key market for us,” said Doug Kramer, president of Icynene-Lapolla. “There is clear demand within both the building industry and consumer population for durable and sustainable building materials. The Lapolla product line will help meet that demand.”
Two Lapolla spray polyurethane foam insulation products are now available in Canada. These include: FOAM-LOK 2100 LE, a premium closed-cell spray polyurethane foam insulation offering up to 5-inch thickness with minimal wait between 2-inch passes, saving the contractor up to 20 percent in labor time and costs; and FOAM-LOK 2100, a closed-cell insulation that meets strict criteria for resisting bulk water and offering superior weather resiliency. Both products fall under CUFCA’s third-party quality assurance program.
“FOAM-LOK 2100 LE is a premier wall insulation system designed specifically for builders and owners desiring the unparalleled energy efficiency of spray foam, as well as reduced time and costs commonly associated with product installation,” added Kramer.
To better enable the distribution of Lapolla’s insulation materials in Canada, Icynene-Lapolla recently completed a multi-million-dollar improvement to its Mississauga manufacturing facility. The retrofit effort focused on increasing manufacturing capacity and product output as well as enhancing product distribution speed and efficiencies.
“Our Mississauga facility is now fully primed to handle the demand for these high-performance materials in the Canadian marketplace,” added Kramer. “Our investment in the facility is a demonstration of our commitment to Canada. We look forward to better serving builders, contractors, remodelers and owners in the region with durable energy efficiency-focused building envelope solutions.”
In addition to the two FOAM-LOK spray polyurethane foam insulations, Icynene-Lapolla will also manufacture and distribute a suite of Lapolla roofing products in Canada. These include: FOAM-LOK 2800-4G, the first spray foam roofing available worldwide to offer the environmentally-sound Solstice blowing agent; Thermo-Flex; a high-performance, economical acrylic roof coating system for application over new and existing roof substrates; and Thermo-Prime, a water-based acrylic roof primer that promotes the adhesion of spray polyurethane foam to a variety of roofing substrates. Additionally, the company will distribute GE Enduris, the silicone-based roof coating restoration system providing long term performance regardless of daily and seasonal temperature shifts.
“The Canadian marketplace will now have access to many of Lapolla’s notable energy-conserving envelope solutions and we expect our product offerings in Canada to grow in the coming months,” said Kramer.
To learn more about the Lapolla line of building envelope solutions, a brand of Icynene-Lapolla, visit www.lapolla.com