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Rusty Carroll

Director of Corporate Marketing

Louisiana-Pacific Corporation

HQ Phone:  (615) 986-5600

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Louisiana-Pacific Corporation

414 Union Street Suite 2000

Nashville, Tennessee,37219

United States

Company Description

Louisiana-Pacific Corporation is a leading manufacturer of quality engineered wood building materials including OSB, structural framing products, and exterior siding for use in residential, industrial and light commercial construction. From manufacturing facil...more

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Operation Finally Home


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Information on Renting or Owning Florida Homes | Florida Property Taxes | South Florida Real Estate |

www.condo-southflorida.com [cached]

You can cut monthly energy bills by as much as 20 percent, says Rusty Carroll of LP Building Products.
The panels are made of a thin layer of aluminum foil laminated to OSB (oriented strand board) roof sheathing, which is made from fast-growing trees, and installed in the attic of new construction. The panels are used in conjunction with insulation rather than as a substitute, Carroll says. He recommends them both for houses in the South and Sunbelt where rays are strongest. A 3,000-square-foot house might cost $1,000 to $1,500 to outfit with the panels. Reclaimed wood countertops.


Buy and Sell Southern California Properties Courtesy of Jodi Summers and Sotheby's International Realty

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"You can cut monthly energy bills by as much as 20 percent," says Rusty Carroll of LP Building Products.
The panels are made of a thin layer of aluminum foil laminated to OSB (oriented strand board) roof sheathing, which is made from fast-growing trees, and installed in the attic of new construction. The panels are used in conjunction with insulation rather than as a substitute, Carroll says. He recommends them both for houses in the South and Sunbelt where rays are strongest. A 3,000-square-foot house might cost $1,000 to $1,500 to outfit with the panels.


Green House Trends

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"You can cut monthly energy bills by as much as 20 percent," says Rusty Carroll of LP Building Products.
The panels are made of a thin layer of aluminum foil laminated to OSB (oriented strand board) roof sheathing, which is made from fast-growing trees, and installed in the attic of new construction. The panels are used in conjunction with insulation rather than as a substitute, Carroll says. He recommends them both for houses in the South and


Green House Trends

www.ljhoff.com [cached]

"You can cut monthly energy bills by as much as 20 percent," says Rusty Carroll of LP Building Products.
The panels are made of a thin layer of aluminum foil laminated to OSB (oriented strand board) roof sheathing, which is made from fast-growing trees, and installed in the attic of new construction. The panels are used in conjunction with insulation rather than as a substitute, Carroll says. He recommends them both for houses in the South and


lpcorp.com

"The CFEC is an excellent resource and is already working with a number of associations to help shape the future of energy codes," said Rusty Carroll, director of corporate marketing for LP Building Products, a leading manufacturer of engineered wood.


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