Introducing Tamlyn Talk

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A sturdy building is always greater than the sum of its parts, and Tamlyn’s new podcast aims to demonstrate that this rings true with the building industry as well. Join the Tamlyn Talk team as they meet with building science experts, architects, engineers, and other fellow industry leaders about their craft.

Founded in 1971, Tamlyn is a family-owned business that has decades of building supply experience and knowledge to draw on as a true leader in the industry. Tamlyn Talk will showcase that leadership and experience through collaborative discussions featuring a new topic each month. Topics will range from new building technologies to industry innovations and beyond.

Of course, there will be plenty of discussion about current industry topics, including the impact and potential future repercussions of COVID-19. Guests will discuss how the pandemic is affecting the industry, and how we can help each other in finding innovative solutions to the unique challenges and safety concerns we’re facing in this era of the coronavirus.

Tamlyn has built a name on going the extra mile to offer more than their high-quality products, and the Tamlyn Talk podcast is just the latest of example of that. The company has always been committed to educating customers, offering traveling “lunch and learn” training sessions, the new TamlynTV channel on YouTube, and countless other learning resources.

Ever since Ron Tamlyn Sr. started the company in his own back yard, it’s been about more than just sales. It’s a vision that includes providing solutions on multiple fronts and bridging the gap between the different disciplines within the industry. It’s about family, values, and service. And now, it’s time to talk about it.

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