Introducing the D-Max wall system: a game-changing approach to construction that redefines efficiency. By enabling interior spray foam insulation installation, D-Max overcomes weather barriers and boosts project progress.
For four-year-old Nakal and eight-year-old Berani, two Komodo dragons, the comforts of home have been difficult to reproduce where they reside:
in the rainy, gray region of the Pacific Northwest. The pair, born in the tropical climate of Indonesia, share a unique set of environmental needs that have challenged the construction of their living space for years.
WUI zones are areas of transition between unoccupied land and human development, where structures and other human development meet or intermingle with undeveloped wildland or vegetative fuels. Communities adjacent to and surrounded by wildland are at varying degrees of risk from wildfires.
The push toward HFO-based sprayfoam blowing agent technology is the latest step in an ongoing evolution to phase out the use of chemicals known to harm the ozone and climate. In addition to reducing the negative Earth impacts of sprayfoam insulation and roofing materials, there are also product performance and installation considerations. This article will explain the blowing agent shift and why it matters to those considering the specification of sprayfoam for both insulation and roofing applications in commercial building projects.
JGMA turned to thermal-performance-meeting polycarbonate panels instead of glass windows for its KLEO Art Residences project located in Chicago’s Washington neighborhood in order to furnish an environment conducive to creative pursuits.
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