Roseburg Forest Products is a Sponsor of Professional Builder’s Show Village
Traditional Home at IBS 2015

Modular Homes Showcase Manufacturers’ Products in a Fully Furnished Setting

IBS Traditional Home 2015

When attendees of the International Builders’ Show, to be held January 20-22, 2015, in Las Vegas, exit the Las Vegas Convention Center and step into Professional Builder’s Show Village in the convention center’s parking lot, they will be able to take a personal tour of four modular residences to view products at work in a real-life setting.

Roseburg Forest Products, headquartered in Dillard, Oregon, is one of the participating sponsors of the Show Village traditional home, and the provider of the home’s RigidCoat® water-repellant underlayment, RigidLam® LVL engineered wood products, and RFPI® joists.
  
The 2,468 sq.ft, two-story traditional Park City home has three bedrooms plus an office, and features a fireplace in the living room and master bedroom, a Serenity tub with LED lights, and oak flooring. In addition to the Roseburg products, the home’s dual-pane low-E windows, Tyvek ThermaWrap R5.0 continuous exterior insulation, ENERGY STAR appliances, and ductless heating and cooling all add up to high efficiency.

Show Village also features a 2,046 sq.ft home, a 600 sq.ft Ultimate Kitchen with bedroom and living quarters, and the BASF BEYOND.High Performance Net Zero Home, all built by Spanish Fork, Utah based Irontown Homes. The company has built modular homes for more than 25 years.
  
Professional Builder’s Show Village has an 18-year tradition of offering home builders the opportunity to view products in a real environment, and to network with their peers and sponsors during the nightly Show Village “block parties.”  

 Click here for Show Village press release.

Click here to view Roseburg products used in traditional Park City home.

 
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