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Continuus Materials transforms recycled paper and plastic into high performance building panels. Our EVERBOARD™ brand roof cover boards are the ideal solution for low-slope commercial roofing systems. EVERBOARD roof cover boards are easier to install than alternative cover boards, and they deliver superior in-place performance and endurance. 

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03/25/23

ACHIEVE UNMATCHED PERFORMANCE, PLUS...
EVERBOARD® is engineered to be the world’s strongest and most weather-resistant roof board. Years of rigorous industry testing and real-world installations in the harshest climates prove its unmatched resilience. And beyond its clearly superior performance, EVERBOARD has other significant advantages over traditional roof boards that roofing professionals can appreciate.

ADVANCED COMPOSITE CONSTRUCTION
Unlike some roof boards made with water-soluble cores, EVERBOARD is manufactured from a proprietary blend of post-industrial and post-consumer plastic and cellulose fiber, providing remarkable performance and installation benefits.

THE MOST SUSTAINABLE BOARD EVER
Unlike most building products that add to our world’s burgeoning waste streams, EVERBOARD does the exact opposite. That’s because every 1,000 square feet of EVERBOARD installed diverts 800 lbs. of recycled plastic and 1,200 lbs. of recycled paper from landfills. Plus, EVERBOARD is fully recyclable.

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