• This article discusses how the movement of air, water, heat and vapor in and out of a building is important in attaining a high standard building envelope.

    “Among its many functions, the exterior envelope typically must control the movement of heat, air, bulk water, and water vapor both in and out of a building. Over tme, various systems and components have been developed to control this movement. In a properly functioning envelope, these systems work together to maintain the building’s temperature and allow components to dry quickly if they become wet…”

    To read more, click below!

    The Construction Specifier
    By: David Cook, RA
    The Construction Specifier Online Issue
    April 2013


    • Share this post on: