Building Envelope
The Case for SPF

From D+D Print, February 2015

by Mason Knowles, Mason Knowles Consulting LLC

Spray polyurethane foam can improve building envelope performance, but is no magic cure....
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Tagged categories: 2007 International Energy Conservation Code (IECC); Air barriers; Air leakage; American Chemistry Council; American Plastics Council (APC); Architectural Testing Inc. (ATI); Building Envelope; Energy efficiency; Home Energy Solutions of Charleston LLC; Indoor air quality; Insulation; International Hurricane Research Center; Moisture resistance; National Association of Home Builders (NAHB); Solar Reflection Inc.; Spray polyurethane foam; Spray Polyurethane Foam Alliance; Water-resistive barrier

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