National Gypsum Company has been manufacturing high-performance building products, such as sheetrock, since 1925. They control their own supply chains for raw materials, enabling them to offer unparalleled service. Walco is proud to be a licensed provider of the DEXcell product line from National Gypsum.
Providing for Your Roofing Needs with DEXcell Roof Boards
National Gypsum roof boards cover all the applications you may need for your commercial roofing. Their line of products offer numerous advantages including outside sound reduction, high-performance thermal barriers, and moisture resistance. National Gypsum’s line of roof boards can help complete any project.
National Gypsum’s line of DEXcell Glass Mat Roof Boards take advantage of the multiple resistances and low cost of fiberglass roofing. Their Glass Mat Roof Boards are fire-resistant and stand up to wind uplift, moisture, and dimensional warping for long-term stability. The DEXcell line of roofing products also includes DEXcell Cement Roof Board for superior moisture and humidity resistance.
National Gypsum gives you the materials you need to efficiently complete your construction job. Their line of DEXcell roofing products are designed to lower costs, save time, and extend the life of the roofing system.
Learn more about the products at National Gypsum on their website.
Kenny Kay is Walco’s President and Manufacturer’s Sales Rep. His expertise lies in commercial roofing assemblies, wall assemblies and skylights. Kenny wants Walco to be a valuable resource and focuses the company on helping contractors, architects, building owners and facility managers navigate the best options for repairs, reroof, waterproofing, facades and skylight needs. A member of AIA, BOMA, ASPMA, The Men’s Business Exchange and the South OKC Chamber of Commerce, Kenny graduated from Oklahoma State University with a degree in Finance. Sources of pride include his marriage, developing Walco and all of the product lines the company offers. In his spare time, Kenny enjoys camping, traveling to overnight festivals, reading science articles, sci-fi/zombie movies, following the stock market and remodeling/DIY projects.