Michelle Miller

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Fleece Back with Hot Asphalt a Solid Option

Posted by Michelle Miller on May 22, 2008

WOOSTER, Ohio - FiberTite's Fleece Back membrane can be applied with hot asphalt, offering a cost-effective option for re-roofing projects, including built-up and modified bitumen -- sometimes without a tear off.

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FIBERTITE® ROOFING MEMBRANES RECEIVE BBA CERTIFICATION

Posted by Michelle Miller on May 22, 2008

WOOSTER, Ohio - FiberTite 36-mil roofing membranes have achieved a durability rating in excess of 25-years from the British Board of Agrément (BBA), the UK's major approval body for building products. This Agrément Certificate requires passing stringent laboratory testing and extensive on-site inspections for production and quality control systems.

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FIBERTITE® ROOFING SYSTEMS AND NEW CASTLE BUILDING PRODUCTS ANNOUNCE NORTHEAST DISTRIBUTION ALLIANCE

Posted by Michelle Miller on May 22, 2008

Wooster, Ohio – FiberTite Roofing Systems by Seaman Corporation and New Castle Building Products are pleased to announce a distribution alliance servicing the New York Metropolitan and greater New England areas.

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MASSIVE CLEAR SPAN STRUCTURE MAKES A HUGE IMPRESSION IN BOSTON

Posted by Michelle Miller on May 22, 2008
BOSTON, MA –A huge clear span structure fabricated with Shelter-Rite® fabric by Seaman Corporation of Wooster, OH, provides a highly cost-efficient way to meet the need for a building to maintain some of United Airlines' largest jet airplanes.
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PATRIOTIC CLEAR SPAN STRUCTURE COMFORTABLY ACCOMMODATES NINE THOUSAND PEOPLE

Posted by Michelle Miller on May 22, 2008

BAKERSFIELD, CA -Two dramatic American flags punctuate the design of one of the largest clear span temporary facilities ever constructed. The one-of-a-kind tension fabric structure, manufactured with Shelter-Rite® fabric by Seaman Corporation of Wooster, OH, covers an area encompassing over 100,000 square feet, or the equivalent of four football fields.

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