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Trade Show Calendar

Homasote Company and its Industrial Division, makers of Pak-Line® green packaging products, appear at major national and regional trade shows across the country. Among those at which we are slated to be present are:

NCAC 2014 Annual Meeting
Booth TBD
May 2-4, 2014 Renaissance Providence Downtown Hotel - Providence, RI
AIA 2014
Booth 2216
June 26-28, 2014 McCormick Place - Chicago
Noise-Con 2014
Booth 6
September 8-10, 2014 Westin Beach Resort & Spa - Ft. Lauderdale, Florida
Design DC
Booth 217
October 1-2, 2014 Walter E Washington Convention Center, Washington, DC
Greenbuild 2014
Booth 1231
October 22-24, 2014 Morial Convention Center - New Orleans
Architecture Exchange East
Booth 220
November 5-7, 2014 Greater Richmond Convention Center

Contact your local Homasote Company or Pak-Line sales representative for information on additional regional and local shows we will attend.

2012 Annual Report

by Homasote 6 June 2014
Homasote Company, America’s oldest manufacturer of building products made from recycled cellulose fiber, recently released its Annual Report for 2012. [More]

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Unaudited Summary of Financial Operating Information for the First Nine Months of 2013

by Homasote 27 November 2013
Homasote Company, America's oldest manufacturer of building products made from recycled cellulose fiber, recently released the Company's unaudited summary of financial operating information for the first nine months of 2013 and comparable figures for the same period in 2012. [More]

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Unaudited Summary of Financial Operating Information for the First Six Months of 2013

by Homasote 23 September 2013
Homasote Company, America’s oldest manufacturer of building products made from recycled cellulose fiber, recently released its Annual Report for 2012 along with an Interim Financial Report for the first six months of 2013. [More]

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Parsons The New School for Design and Homasote Present Installation at WantedDesign

by Homasote 31 May 2013
Student projects always seem to blow our minds and the Parsons The New School for Design had a really cool seating installation made from recycled fiberboard. Read the full article

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Recession Forces NJ Remodeling Firm to Pull More “Green” Out of Homasote 440 Recyclable Building Materials and Still Give Back to the Community

by Homasote 25 July 2012
Innovative use of Homasote 440 Soundboards allowed Turner Construction of New Jersey to reduce the cost of protecting existing floors and walls in a laboratory renovation. It also allowed them to get LEED credits and still be able to donate the soundproofing wallboards to a low income housing proj... [More]

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440 SoundBarrier replaces cracked Lightweight Gypsum

by Homasote 27 January 2012

Homasote Announces an STC 55 wall Considered “Excellent” Sound Control

by Homasote 3 October 2011
Homasote announces an STC 55 wall; considered “Excellent” Sound Control in a single wall, with it’s 440 SoundBarrier on only 1-side of the wall. A wall with an STC 55 will reduce the transmission of Sound through a wall by roughly 25% (a difference in STC of 10 is twice (or hal... [More]

440 SoundBarrier Installation Video

by Homasote 26 August 2011
Homasote is pleased to announce the release of its first Installation Video regarding the installation of Homasote 440 SoundBarrier in floors. [More]

BIM objects for Homasote Products Posted by ARCAT

by Homasote 26 August 2010
Accurate BIM objects for Homasote products are now available from ARCAT. Appropriate product data is embedded in each object, saving specifiers a significant amount of time. [More]

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Homasote 440 Sound Barrier key to material in "Dream House for Emergencies" by John Steele, www.KeystoneEdge.com

by Homasote 1 June 2010
Raise your hand if you ever built a dollhouse as a kid. It started as a simple pile of plastic walls but, through the magic of toy manufacturing, it soon became a home, sprung forth from a tiny box. And as you, unfettered by lack of tools or general mechanical knowledge, inserted tab A into... [More]