Lapolla Industries, Inc. (OTCQX: LPAD), a global supplier and manufacturer of high performance, energy efficient building products, today announced that its core building envelope products have been approved by the U.S. General Services Administration for inclusion in GSA Advantage. The program provides contractors with access to government-approved high-performance products for use in the construction of government buildings of all types, both domestically and abroad.
“We are extremely pleased to be able to widen access to our sustainable building products for government facilities,” said Doug Kramer, President and CEO of Lapolla Industries. “We look forward to growing our participation in this vital and expansive sector of the construction industry.”
As part of the prestigious GSA approval, numerous products of Lapolla’s core building envelope materials line are now available for purchase through GSA Advantage. These include Lapolla’s stand-out spray polyurethane products: FOAM-LOK 2000-4G, the next-generation closed-cell spray polyurethane foam insulation system, the first product of its kind globally to protect the ozone and reduce global warming impacts; FOAM-LOK 500, a new and improved open-cell spray polyurethane foam system offering high yield benefits to contractors; and FOAM-LOK 2800-4G, a rigid closed-cell spray polyurethane foam roofing system that may be applied over most new or retrofit roofing substrates and that, like FOAM-LOK 2000-4G, protects the ozone and reduces global warming impacts.
Additional Lapolla products that are now GSA approved include: RCS 5001, a powerful restoration coating system utilized to protect and extend the life of a roof; and cutting-edge equipment facilitating proper and efficient installation of Lapolla’s products.
“All of Lapolla’s products are designed for durability, and to enhance the performance and energy efficiency of structures,” added Kramer. “With this GSA approval, more and more people will be able to reap the benefits Lapolla products provide, with one of the key ones being significant energy cost savings.”