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Q: In a SIP, how secure is the bond between the OSB skin and the EPS (expanded polystyrene) core? Can this bond be compromised by water infiltration or insect damage, or could the insulated core deteriorate over time? If that bond were to fail, it seems to me the whole structure would fall apart...
Surface protection; mold fighters; accessibility; efficient lighting
Ventilation Fan Sources - Detailing Crawlspaces - Mold Remediation
It doesn't take a Category 5 hurricane to create a huge mold problem. Mold is rampant throughout the East and Gulf Coast regions. But coastal contractors need to know that mold is not toxic and does not cause diseases. It is simply an allergen that has to be dealt with accordingly.
You can get yourself in a lot of trouble in our industry by thinking you know what you really don't.
Decorative hardware; tile-setting problem-solvers
Radon check; backfill pressure; Spanish lessons; mold precautions; source for rising hinges; more
Katrina by the Numbers
Dangerous Demolition - Gulf Renaissance - Insurance Rates to Climb - Named Storms Break the Record
Carpenters often lament the scarcity of old-growth wood, which they prize for its dimensional stability and natural rot resistance.
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