West Fraser | Get organised for 2022

West Fraser | Get organised for 2022

West Fraser explains how it can assist housebuilders in specifying the correct panel products for different applications.

West Fraser (formerly known as Norbord) is committed to supporting customers in a variety of ways. The combination of a downloadable checklist for housebuilders and an interactive product guide enable housebuilders to specify the right panel product in all sorts of applications.

Housebuilders can download a checklist which will help in the selection of the appropriate product from floor to roof. The checklist is just one of many resources available on an area of the West Fraser website designed especially for housebuilders.

Online resources
The housebuilders’ page includes an interactive product guide to download, details of projects using West Fraser’s boards, answers to frequently asked questions and samples and brochures to order. A click on the tabs at the side of the guide opens up the chosen product, application or technical information. The guide contains information on panels in the SterlingOSB Zero, CaberFloor and CaberWood MDF portfolios, including detailed technical product data and installation advice. 

In addition to this, West Fraser’s booklet highlights different applications, including roofing, flooring, walling, timber frames, hoarding, and furniture among others such as moulding and packing.

The guide, which also encompasses contact information for general enquiries and technical expertise, can be downloaded from the housebuilders’ page on West Fraser’s website or, if a paper copy of the guide is preferred, this can be ordered on the website.

All West Fraser panel products produced in the UK are manufactured in mills that have obtained the environmental ISO 14001 accreditation. Responsibly sourced, the panels are FSC-certified and created from locally grown timber, cutting embodied carbon from transportation.

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