About PFB – A look inside the World of Molecules to Mansions

When you hear the name PFB Corporation, what first comes to mind? Most people say, I wonder what the letters PFB stand for. We jokingly like to say it stands for Paul Frank Bob, but since none of them work for PFB Corporation, it’s definitely an inside joke. Truly though, those letters represent Plastics Foam Business. This is at the very core of what we do and what we stand for.

PFB® manufactures innovative, high-quality insulating building products and technologies that, when used as components of a building envelope, enable residential and commercial structures to be highly energy-efficient. We are experts in geotechnical application of our products.

Our core competency is our expertise in expanded polystyrene foams (EPS). We are the only vertically integrated EPS Company in North America; which as a consequence, provides us with technical expertise positioning us in a unique leadership position in the EPS industry.

Our corporate culture is rooted in sustainable development. It is our policy to set goals, to measure our continuous improvement, and to transparently report our progress to our stakeholders. We measure performance on the basis of economic, environmental and social factors and report annually through the publication of the PFB Annual Report and report continuously through our PFB Sustainability website.

Our insulating products are enabling building envelope technologies that support Net Near Zero Energy (NZE), Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED™) certification and Built Green programs. We are proud of the many awards our people and our products have received for technical expertise, quality and high levels of service all our brands promise to stakeholders.

PFB is a brand you not only stand behind, but stand with, because of what they stand FOR.

To Learn more about PFB Corporation visit http://www.pfbcorp.com/index.html

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