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Get your trades back to work and your clients home faster with revised re-occupancy allownaces.
By providing a visual image of cold air blowing into the living room, infrared cameras help clients understand the value of air sealing.
Use the liquid-applied flashing on its own or as part of the Silicone Air Barrier System
JLC editor Clayton DeKorne reviews the latest Department of Energy guidelines on using rigid foam insulation.
Researchers have developed an R-12 per inch foam board, double the R-value of current rigid insulation.
Careful detailing helps maintain the thermal break provided by the high-performance window, and flaring the sides of the 8-inch-deep window well allows plenty of light to reach inside.
Step flashing; air-sealing; buried outlets; framing roofs; uneven insulation; sealed crawlspaces; window flashing; keeping flat-roof drains clear
Coastal Connection visits the job site with specialty contractor Energy One America to see a crew install a vapor barrier and perimeter insulation for a conditioned crawlspace.
Researchers monitor temperature and moisture in a house for three winters to see whether 12 inches of dense-blown cellulose would work as well as the same thickness of medium-density open-cell spray foam.
A lesson in building science tells us why attic insulation needs to be as flat and smoothed-out as possible.
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