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ResidentialComplete™ Wall Systems

Offer your customers the right materials from the right source

Owens Corning ResidentialComplete™ Wall Systems are flexible and simple solutions for all your residential projects. The components work together to provide exceptional energy efficiency, help save an average of more than 25% on heating and cooling costs for the opaque wall surface modeled*, and provide a complete air and water barrier, as well as acoustical performance qualities.

Why choose Owens Corning ResidentialComplete™ Wall Systems?

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The choice is simple with these benefits:

  • One supplier. One solution.
  • Provides insulating options for various geographical regions
  • Systems solution that helps provide an air and water barrier
  • 2012 Energy Codes are now requiring continuous insulation (ci) in more climate zones
Complete Performance. Complete Solution. ResidentialComplete™ Wall Systems.

ResidentialComplete™ Wall Systems
Installation Video

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ResidentialComplete™ Wall Systems

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Click here to view our new ResidentialComplete™ Wall Systems Builder’s Guide eBook!

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NEW: ResidentialComplete™
Wall Systems Builder’s
Guide

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The Builder’s Guide provides an overview of building envelope design principles to help you simplify the specification process.

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ResidentialComplete™
Wall Systems
Brochure

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ResidentialComplete™ Wall Systems cover all your critical wall system performance qualities.

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ResidentialComplete™
Wall Systems
Guide Specification

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Click here to download the guide specification

*Owens Corning calculated energy savings for a 2x4 wood stud cavity wall with R-13 and OSB sheathing compared to the same 2x4 wood stud cavity wall with R-13 and R-5 Foamular® foam sheathing located in each of the current energy code eight U.S. climate zones, based on ASHRAE Standard 90.2-2001, “Energy-Efficient Design of Low-Rise Residential Buildings”, American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air- Conditioning Engineers, Atlanta, GA, 30329, Oct. 2012.