Welcome to Tremco's Blog!

Posted on by Chuck Houk

Welcome Everyone to Tremco’s “Commercial Sealants & Waterproofing Division” newest communication channel!

Through this blog, we hope to spark dialog with those interested in the latest news and industry insights related to building science.

We know we are not the only ones who seek to understand the trends that are changing the construction industry and affecting the manner in which we operate our businesses. Understanding what is driving these trends is the first step to unlocking the innovation needed to transform the built environment into a high performance environment.

And with our Sustainable Building Solutions Test Facility, we are always putting product systems to the test - providing documented, tested performance to some of the most difficult connections and transitions throughout the building envelope.

Tremco’s impressive range of sealants, waterproofing membranes, air barriers, glazing materials, engineered transition assemblies, deck coatings and firestopping solutions afford us tremendous flexibility in meeting your design challenges and we look forward to sharing the results of these compatible and continuous systems with you!

Have an idea for a test wall subject? We’d like to hear from you!

We are thrilled to be launching this blog and look forward to collaborating with industry professionals like you as we share perspectives, insights and expertise together.

Thank you for joining us on this journey.

Tremco Behind the Scenes

Chuck Houk

About Chuck Houk

Charles (Chuck) Houk joined Tremco, Inc. in 1986 and has held a variety of different positions throughout his 31 years with the company including sales, marketing, business development and general management roles. Tremco, Inc. is a collection of businesses serving the construction industry, including the Commercial Sealants & Waterproofing (CS&W) division of which Chuck is currently President. CS&W is a manufacturer of specialty chemical products formulated to improve building performance through effective air, moisture and thermal management of the building envelope. He holds a BA, Business Administration from Baldwin Wallace College and attended the Harvard Business School, The General Management Program in 2004.

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