Building Materials, Supplies, & Delivery - Wallboard Supply Company

We're Not Just Rock'n Anymore

Serving New England residential and commercial building needs since 1970

Wallboard Supply Company is a third generation, family owned business that has been serving New England's building needs since 1970. Bob Filion started the company with a commitment to provide quality sheetrock and finishing products with unmatched customer service. The company has grown over the years, expanding its' product range, but never wavering from its' core values. Bob's son John, and grandson Ryan, now proudly lead the company, carrying on the same commitments that were made over 43 years ago.

Our product line includes Metal Framing, Drywall, Drywall Finishes and Trims, Insulation, Acoustical Ceilings, Acoustical Products, a complete line of Lumber Products including FSC® Certified, Weatherization Products, FRP, Windows, Sidings, Metal and Asphalt Single Roofing with Accessories, Fasteners, Firestop and Sealants, and a complete line of Contractor Tools.

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Guide to Residential Weatherization

16 October 2014, 9:30 am

As the weather continues to cool down, many contractors across the country are likely to see a huge spike in projects involving residential weatherization. Home weatherization involves everything from adding insulation to air sealing to improving the home's ventilation. Weatherization not only helps  homeowners save energy that would otherwise escape, it also helps them save money on their energy bills.

Homeowners who discover a significant "draft" in the home and those who struggle to keep the home at a comfortable temperature in both the winter months as well as the summer months often benefit from residential weatherization.

For you as a contractor, a typical weatherization project will include any (or all) of the following:

  • Checking the level of insulation in the home and adjusting it when necessary,
  • Sealing any holes or cracks near the doors, windows and pipes,
  • Fixing and/or replacing windows throughout the home,
  • Assuring that the heating and the air conditioning units are functioning as they should, and
  • Placing an insulated blanket around dated or less efficient water heaters.