Energy Efficiency & Building Science News

- Energy Efficiency News

The U.S. House Ways and Means Committee issued a draft version of the GREEN Act.

- Energy Efficiency News

Registration is now open for Roofing Day in D.C. 2020 held April 21-22 in our Nation’s Capital.

- Energy Efficiency News

In recent trends we see that urban population and urban centers are growing, the millennials don’t tend to have a lot of money to buy single family homes, and they’re more environmentally minded so multifamily has been that kind of bright stop in all markets moving forward.

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From affordable student housing to high-infill offices, a rapidly accelerating building trend is the proliferation of zero energy buildings.

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Polyiso is a closed-cell, rigid foam board insulation used primarily on the roofs and walls of offices, health facilities, warehouses, retail and industrial manufacturing facilities and educational institutions.

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An architect named Tyler Stewart Rogers, argued that insulation was not the problem; indoor humidity was. He proposed a two-part solution: vapor barriers and attic ventilation.

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ASHRAE and the American Chemistry Council (ACC) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) formalizing the organizations’ relationship.

- Energy Efficiency News

There’s a sweeping wave of synthetic, fabricated materials being used more frequently in construction, and this is a paradigm shift in construction. 

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Preventing and combating moisture damage to a structure is one of the oldest dilemmas in the building industry.

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