DuPont building solutions help rebuild Greensburg
Following the devastation of an EF5 tornado to the town of Greensburg, Kansas, DuPont has donated more than 30 innovative products and services to help rebuild homes and businesses. DuPont is also funding the building of four homes for Habitat for Humanity. The habitat home displayed above features DuPont™ StormRoom™ with Kevlar®. To learn more about how DuPont is supporting Greensburg, visit planetgreen.com.
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DuPont™ StormRoom™ with Kevlar®
DuPont™ StormRoom™, the only in-home shelter reinforced with DuPont™ KEVLAR® - the same life saving fiber used in bullet resistant vests. » More
DuPont™ Tyvek® weather barrier membranes and flashing systems help create a sealed building enclosure that helps stop airflow through the walls, holds out bulk water and wind-driven rain and allows moisture vapors to escape from within - that can deliver more comfortable, more energy-efficient homes. » More
Follow the Progress
At 9.45pm on May 4th, 2007, the farming town of Greensburg, Kansas was decimated by one of the largest tornados to ever make land in American history.