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May 9 - May 15, 2011

In terms of both esthetics and building envelope performance, which of the following types of exterior cladding materials would you prefer to use for urban residential construction?


Answers Votes
EIFS 28%
stucco 30%
cement board 30%
tilt-up concrete 12%


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Tagged categories: Building envelope; Cladding; Residential Construction

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