Plastics help keep termites out of the New American Home Orlando, Fla. – Walk inside the New American Home (TNAH) 2017 and a couple steps beyond the entry area you find yourself outside again… Polyguard CEO John Muncaster said the wrap, which was developed with entomologists at Texas A&M University, has a thick polyethylene backing […]
ENNIS, TX – TERM® Barrier Systems by Polyguard Products Inc., a sustainable non chemical insect barrier system, is installed in The New American Home Build, which will be unveiled at the annual International Builders Show in Orlando, Fla. this week. TERM Barriers are building envelope components which in addition to providing protection against moisture and […]
ENNIS, TX – Polyguard Products Inc. announced that 2016 will mark its 24th consecutive year of top line sales growth for the company. “Polyguard’s 24-year string of top line sales growth increases was certainly not a goal,” CEO John Muncaster said. “It started in 1992, and at that point Polyguard was just trying to survive […]
Polyguard’s Architectural Division offers the Integrated Building Envelope™ System, with air barriers, masonry through wall and window flashings, below grade structural waterproofing systems, and composite drainage panels, all connected using engineered transition detailing assemblies which assure envelope integrity.
Polyguard’s Pipeline Division was the first coating manufacturer to highlight the cathodic shielding problem, and the first to develop a coating to address the shielding problem. We have introduced a 2-part epoxy coating with 30% – 50% longer pot life than the competition.
Our Mechanical Division offers weather and vapor barrier systems to keep pipe and duct insulation dry, as well as a unique RG-2400® Corrosion Control Gel coating to stop corrosion under insulation (CUI).
Polyguard offers a wide range of barrier systems designed to seal your home from pests. Those include products for pre-construction as well as options for existing structures. TERM® Barrier
Think of Polyguard as an innovator and manufacturer of barriers – not just barriers against moisture and corrosion, but against contaminants like radioactive radon gas and methane. No sick buildings here.