Improving efficiency, occupant comfort key as building envelopes tighten
Once builders learn there's a way to build a better building, there's no turning back.
Commercial builders are seeing the advantages of building with insulated concrete forms, including faster build times and lower labor requirements.
Huber uses collaboration to increase relevancy in industry
EEBA summit provides chance for builders to learn, share ideas
'Whatever you build, they will buy'
Mini split ductless heat pumps are making waves in the high performance home market.
Forms provide stability for buildings, able to withstand winds of up to 200 MPH.
Forms provide critical insulation, speed up construction process to help Holiday Inn Express capitalize on Derby business.
Available in large sizes and a variety of configurations, the door for commercial and residential applications features easy operation and simple modular installation.
Such events provide opportunities for those inside and outside the heating, ventilation, cooling and refrigeration industries to see the latest technology and what is coming.
High-performance windows are entering the main stream market as builders look for help to meet tougher energy codes.
Builders know the devil is in the details, and window and siding sealant can help get those details right.
As insulated concrete forms gain ground in the residential marketplace, contractors and installers are learning about the benefits of this building system.
An ICF building project that uses traditional lumber for door and window openings won't deliver all the benefits that it could.
One of the keys to a successful insulated concrete form project is to end up with straight and true walls, and one manufacturer has addressed that problem.
Made with Accsys Technologies’ proprietary acetylation process, Accoya wood has Class 1 durability, is guaranteed for 25 years and has dimensional stability that sees swelling and shrinkage reduced by 75%.
Despite some reservations in the green building community, spray foam has become one of the top options for creating a tight building envelope for better home performance.
A high performance home starts from the ground up. Keeping water and air out of the places it doesn't belong in the home's envelope goes a long way to make the home more durable and comfortable, not to mention more efficient.
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