Offering exceptional performance and value across all applications, the Megaboard range of non-combustible subfloor, underlayment and wall sheathing panels is ideally suited to the construction of low and mid-rise multi-family residential and other wood-framed buildings.
A lightweight, easy-to-handle, and simple-to-install panel for the fastest possible build times.
Lighter not only than ply and pour but also other panel solutions, for a significant impact on overall building weight.
Contributes to overall structural strength with superb performance across fastener pull, shear, deflection and shear diaphragm strength.
Manufactured to class-leading tolerances for on- and off-site precision, with heat and water resistance meaning panels will not delaminate, warp, expand or bow.
Unique composition, developed over more than a decade and tested at labs – and on construction sites – throughout the US and Canada.
Making a significant contribution to project cost though reduced build times, lower weight and low panel prices.
Used in place of traditional plywood and gypcrete pour, Megaboard Subfloor panels deliver dramatic reductions in construction time, weight and cost. By replacing gypcrete pour, Megaboard removes thousands of gallons of water from the building process – and unlikely ply, Megaboard remains resistant to rain, water delamination, mold and termite throughout the construction process.
Compared to other panel solutions, Megaboard is typically lighter, more dimensionally accurate, and offers exceptional value.
Megaboard Wall provides a revolutionary new approach for wall sheathing. This single-panel solution delivers a unique combination of shear strength, fire resistance, load bearing and sound insulation.
The Megaboard range of non-combustible structural building panels delivers exceptional performance alongside compelling value.
Megaboard is an inorganic cementitious panel reinforced with a unique six-layer fibreglass mesh for superb performance on the metrics which matter – strength, weight, durability, workability, dimensional stability, fire resistance, sound insulation, and more.