When there’s Rain, there’s the risk of Mold

Energy Efficiency made Simple

It can be hard to combat mold, especially with recent changes to building code, wood structural building components will dry out under dry outdoor weather conditions after the structure is put under roof, sheathed, sided and roughed-in (mechanicals) — assuming the structural components are not exposed to further wetting from rain. Such drying must occur before the components are “closed-in” (e.g. covered up with insulation and drywall).

The BuildSMART panel design protects the integrity of the building’s weather resistive, thermal and air barrier envelope by keeping materials and processes dry, and focusing on a seamless process in the factory, we check several quality control concerns off the list.

Looking for best practices? To ensure you have the most current mold facts and mold mitigation and remediation information can look to two new research reports created by the Structural Building Components Association (SBCA).

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One Response

  1. thankx says:

    You managed to explain a complex subject with simplicity; well done!

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