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The Natural Choice for Sound Control

Enduring Leadership in Recycled Products for Over a Century

For 100 years Homasote®, has been the only manufacturer of its kind in North America. Homasote’s environmentally-intelligent building and industrial packaging products made of 98% recycled materials are truly unique, both in their manufacturing processes and their dependable fiberboard construction performance.

The Premium Performance Alternative to Higher Priced Boards

The Homasote brand embodies an array of uses and fiberboard products specific to sound control in floors and walls, tackable wall board, fire protection for roof decks, concrete expansion joints and industrial packaging. Homasote products are non-toxic, wax emulsified for moisture- and mold-resistance and integrally protected against termites and fungi, ensuring a healthy environment.

Tested and Trusted Performance

Homasote is recognized for its commitment to validate all product claims about its high density structural fiberboard products for walls, floors and roofs through third-party testing and certification by leading independent standards and trade organizations. Homasote performance has been verified by independent testing for sound control, moisture resistance, low emission indoor air quality and thermal insulation.

The Natural Building Choice

As the nation's oldest and leading manufacturer of environmentally-friendly and recycled building products, Homasote helps to sustain a healthier built and natural environment, reducing solid waste in landfills and conserving natural resources.

What's new at Homasote

New Jersey Developer Explains Choosing 440 SoundBarrier in Lieu of Poured Gypsum

2013 Annual Report

Homasote Company, America’s oldest manufacturer of building products made from recycled cellulose fiber, recently released its Annual Report for 2013 along with an Interim Financial Report for the first six months of 2014.

2012 Annual Report

Homasote Company, America’s oldest manufacturer of building products made from recycled cellulose fiber, recently released its Annual Report for 2012.

Parsons The New School for Design and Homasote Present Installation at WantedDesign

Recession Forces NJ Remodeling Firm to Pull More “Green” Out of Homasote 440 Recyclable Building Materials and Still Give Back to the Community

440 SoundBarrier replaces cracked Lightweight Gypsum

Made in the USA Green Building Council AIA Continuing Education CHPS Member International Code Council