• Luxury Home in Park City, Utah

    With its scenic desert national parks, stunning mountain ranges, and array of national monuments, Utah has become a geographical staple for tourists and residents alike. However, with precipitation averaging only 12.26 inches annually, Utah also holds the rank of second driest state in the nation behind Nevada. 

    So why would Big Canyon Homes, Inc., a company known for building custom luxury properties throughout Utah & Wyoming (including over 10 Parade Homes), ensure that all of their homes are built with Keene Building Products’ Driwall™ Rainscreen to protect from moisture?



    Driwall™ Rainscreen is a drainage mat for exterior wall systems. The entangled net product eliminates incidental moisture problems in most exterior veneer applications, including stucco, manufactured stone, and plank siding. Meets Canadian 10 mm rainscreen code requirement.


    Thin stone or brick
    Manufactured stone
    Stone and brick masonry
    Fiber cement board siding
    Wood siding

    While many of the state’s residents suffer from the arid climate and dry air, the majority of these luxury homes are built in mountainous regions like Park City for the scenic views and easy access to the major ski slopes. Because of this, any moisture lacking from the low humidity is made up for by the high altitude.

    (And then some — Park City averaged a total of 270 inches of snowfall last year)










    In order to ensure quality and expert craftsmanship on every home, Big Canyon Homes utilizes the most cutting-edge building technology available to them. When it comes to moisture control, they turn to Keene Building Products.

    “Our company prides itself on building the highest quality and most efficient luxury custom homes out there. Keene Building Products’ Driwall™ Rainscreen fits the bill for that.”

    - Luke Berman, Big Canyon Homes, Inc.


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