Engineered Wood Lumber
People across the building industry tell us the LP® name represents quality, dependability and consistency. Headquartered in Nashville, Tennessee, we are a leading manufacturer and distributor of building products. Founded in 1973, today we operate 26 manufacturing facilities in the U.S., Canada, Chile and Brazil.
We strive to deliver innovative, high-quality building products to retail, wholesale, home building and industrial customers. That's how we like it: we thrive on our reputation for ethics and teamwork - both internally and with our customers.
Everyone knows LP OSB as a cost-effective alternative engineered to meet the same performance standards as plywood. But it's things like our 25 years of experience, superior customer service and 20-year limited warranty that make LP OSB Sheathing the No. 1 selling sheathing in the world.
OSB meets the same performance standards as plywood, yet it won't cup or warp as easily.
LP TopNotch is already one of the best-selling OSB sub-floorings in the world, thanks to its patented self-draining notch system and moisture-resistant edge sealant. Those advancements, together with our engineered panel composition, enable us to offer some of the industry's strongest sub-flooring warranties.
The standard for durable siding with a complete line of primed trims, fascia, soffit, lap and panel offerings. Made of treated engineered wood, LP SmartSide® products can withstand whatever Mother Nature throws at them.
For more than 30 years, LP CanExel® Siding has adorned stately Victorian mansions, and accented charming seaside cottages through harsh weather. Through it all, LP CanExel products shone through.
High-performance LP SolidStart I-Joists are stronger pound for pound, straighter and more reliable than traditional lumber, with reduced moisture content for floors with fewer pops and squeaks. And, because pound for pound they have a greater load-bearing capacity than sawn lumber, you can engineer the structural components of floors and cathedral ceilings with fewer pieces, saving installation and materials costs.
Last Update: 2019-01-04