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Texas Windstorm Insurance Reform Bill Fails, But Could Be Revived
The latest in a series of tough winter storms brought more flooding and more destruction to New Jersey and Massachusetts shore towns.
Whether roofs fail depends on specifics of the weather — as well as on the special vulnerabilities of particular buildings.
University of Florida researchers are shedding new light on the strength benefits (and moisture risks) of closed-cell spray-foam applied to the underside of roof sheathing.
Since 2007, Florida has required contractors to reinforce the wall-to-roof connection during some remodeling or re-roofing work.
Chris Corson is working on another Passive House — this time, with a more ample budget, and a more complex design.
Mataverde has developed a whole rain screen system including clips, fasteners, trim packages, and fasteners.
Three manufacturing industry groups for residential and commercial doors and windows have joined forces to create and release a new “standard practice" document for installing doors in the coastal environment.
Coastal Connection followed along as Belfast, Maine, builder Chris Corson built his first custom home designed to the strict Passive House standard for new construction.
Florida International University researchers have launched their brand new hurricane-force wind simulation test facility.
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