The ‘Cooler’ it may not be, but Restoration with Reflective Coating Knocks Degrees off Prison Building’s Summer Temperatures
From JPCL, August 2010
By Joe Maty
|by Joe Maty|
The warehouse building at Indiana’s Putnamville Correctional Facility may not have become the proverbial “cooler,” as an isolation cell is sometimes called. But a roof-restoration project involving the use of a white, solar-reflective roof coating certainly has taken the building’s temperature down a few notches....