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Air barriers

May 2009 - Douglas R. Sutherland, Bryan J. Boyle, and Kevin D. Knight, Retro-Specs Consultants Ltd.


Devising a better barrier

January/February 2009 - Glenn Tench, W.R. Meadows Inc.


Gearing up for PACE

December 2008 - Joe G. Maty, Editor, JAC


Getting less grief from your EIFS

August/September 2008 - Brent Fisher and Bob Dazel, Dryvit Systems Inc.


Proof positive: ASTM E 2357 standard provides method to measure air-barrier performance

August/September 2008 - Mark Kennedy and Craig Boucher, Grace Construction Products


Taking cool to the next level

August/September 2008 - Allen Zielnik, Atlas Materials Testing Technology


Pausing for reflection on aging of the cool roof

June/July 2008 - Allen Zielnik, Atlas Material Testing Technology LLC


Putting a hold on leaks

June/July 2008 - Christopher Perego, BASF Construction Chemicals-Building Systems


Sealing up the envelope

March/April 2008 - Tony Eshmade, P.Eng., A.F. Eshmade & Associates


Stain and sealer system transforms concrete floors at Ave Maria University

March/April 2008


The war against water

March/April 2008 - Allen Zielnik, Atlas Material Testing Technology, LLC


Waterproofing: Filling the information gap

March/April 2008 - Kenneth L. Hercenberg, Cannon Design


Maximizing the yield from the garden roof

January/February 2008 - Joe Maty, Editor, JAC


Playing a hot hand

October/November 2007 - Joe Maty, JAC Editor


Charting a course for great barrier EIFS

August/September 2007


Cool roofs: Assuming a higher profile in key building codes and standards

August/September 2007 - Joe Maty, JAC Editor


Cool-roof technologies - One cool concept: A roof-system calculator

June/July 2007 - Andre O. Desjarlais, Thomas W. Pterie, and William A. Miller, Oak Ridge National Laboratory Buildings Technology Center


Energy codes: Pushing the air-barrier envelope

June/July 2007 - David Weitz, Conservation Services Group


The basics on elastomerics and other roof-coatings solutions

June/July 2007 - Jayson L. Helsel, KTA-Tator and Joe Maty, JAC Editor


Cool wall joins cool roof as demand grows for climate change in building and design

April/May 2007


At Dallas school district, combination of SPF, white reflective roof coating makes the grade

March/April 2007


Making the case for the SPF roof

March/April 2007


Barrier to entry

January/February 2007


Solving the air-barrier riddle: Permeable or impermeable?

January/February 2007 - Sonya Santos, Grace Construction Products


Air-barrier system plays key supporting role in ambitious high school expansion program

June/July 2006


Air Barriers 101: Basic theory and design

Feburary/March 2006 - John Edgar, Sto Corp.


It’s a matter of degrees

January 2006 - Allen Zielnik


It's not smart to be all wet

January 2006 - Joe Maty


Air Barriers: Great expectations

April 2005 - Kevin Knight


It's westward ho for air barriers

January 2005


New coatings VOC limits go into effect in Mid-Atlantic

January 2005


 
 

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