The Journal of Light Construction Senior Editor Roe Osborn stopped by the ThermalBuck booth at the JLC LIVE show in Providence on day two, and the first thing he said was “I couldn’t even get near you guys yesterday!” Needless to say, we liked him right away.
The editorial team of JLC is passionate about sharing the latest in building material technology and installation techniques, and there is no better show in the Northeast to witness the latest innovations than the annual JLC LIVE show in Providence, RI.
The 2017 show was the biggest to date, keeping JLC LIVE on track as one of the Top 250 Trade Shows in the U.S., with over 7,000 attendees.
JLC chose to feature ThermalBuck in “Seen and Heard at JLC LIVE”, published March 24th at jlconline.com.
“(ThermalBuck) might help solve some of the problems that builders face when adding insulation to the exterior of a home. It’s easy to incorporate into the thermal envelope of a house and thermally breaks the window’s connection.”
– The Journal of Light Construction
Senior Editor Tim Healey stopped by as well to shoot a short video to introduce ThermalBuck to readers of JLC who might have missed the show. WATCH:
We couldn’t have enjoyed the show more. Great builders ready to learn and engage, retailers looking to provide the best in products and services to their customers – and valuable sharing of information and education. Thank you to The Journal of Light Construction for the recognition of ThermalBuck – we couldn’t be prouder to be named “One of the Coolest New Products” @ JLC LIVE. If you didn’t get to catch ThermalBuck in person, take a look at our installation examples from the show.
See you in 2018!
JLC LIVE presents multiple shows across the U.S. The signature show is JLC Live New England, held every March on the east coast. Out west, you’ll want to attend JLC LIVE Northwest, held in December in Portland. The Remodeling Show & Deck Expo features a more intimate format, and is scheduled for Nashville in October 2017. The official media sponsors of JLC LIVE include The Journal of Light Construction (JLC), Tools of the Trade, and Remodeling magazine.