Content related to ‘building-envelope’
This article features four products that cover the building envelope.
The 2014 Partner in Quality Award from Firestone Building Products highlights 189 outstanding roofing contractors.
Facility managers can glean energy efficiency and safety benefits from window film, if they choose the best type for their needs.
These metal retrofit systems can be installed over virtually any existing metal roof, including trapezoidal and vertical standing seam roofs as well as R panel roofs.
Designed for high bay commercial facility applications, this tubular daylighting device features a 29″ diameter opening.
This stone wool insulation board is designed for use as an exterior continuous insulation in rainscreen wall systems.
Designed for low slope roofs, these non-penetrating, ballast free products allow for the attachment of lightning protection equipment to a facility. The lightweight systems provide for permanent attachment to all traditional roofing materials.
There are approximately two million non-residential buildings in the U.S. over 40 years old. With a building boom that spanned many decades, more facility managers are shifting their focus to retrofitting as opposed to building new.
The Insurance Institute for Business & Home Safety (IBHS) provides advice for those managing small and mid-sized facilities in areas vulnerable to wildfire.
NIBS has released its “Guideline 3-2012: Building Enclosure Commissioning Process.”