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Pre-make Window Corners With TESCON Profil

Pre-make Window Corners With TESCON Profil One of the hardest parts to properly make a house airtight is making the air control layer absolutely continuous: to go around the drawing and through every detail without picking up the red pen. This is especially true at the 3 dimensional connections of inside corners, which don’t necessarily announ … read more

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What We Mean By Permanently Airtight

What We Mean By Permanently Airtight You may have heard us refer to a Pro Clima tape or adhesive as 'permanently airtight'. It’s important that we are clear about what we mean, because this is one of the details that sets Pro Clima tapes apart from the rest of the pack. Having an airtight layer that endures for the life of a buildi … read more

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6 Reasons Pro Clima Airtight Tapes are Best

6 Reasons Pro Clima Airtight Tapes are Best You have a choice of air sealing tapes, so why choose Pro Clima?  With six solid reasons making the case, it's easy to say Pro Clima tape is the best: WTF testing in action with Peter Yost Reason #1: Pro Clima Tapes Have The Best Stick The pressure activated adhesion of Pro Cli … read more

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BIM Objects Available for LAMILUX

BIM Objects Available for LAMILUX Model your LAMILUX elements with BIM Objects Image: LAMILUX 3-D model LAMILUX is one of the first daylight system manufacturers to offer free BIM objects services to create an effective process for mapping and simulating the architectural design and actual construction of buildings in a virtual env … read more

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Applying Extoseal Encors

Applying Extoseal Encors Window sills see a lot of water. This is largely because glass is very waterproof, so all the rain that hits a window will end up on the sill. All that water needs to be directed outwards. For that to happen, first sills need to be proper pitched, especially if windows are set deeper into walls to optimize Psi/thermal … read more

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Lunos e²: A Zero Energy Home Solution

Lunos e²: A Zero Energy Home Solution Michelle Tinner, presenting at the Race to Zero, DOE Challenge Home Student Design Competition April 27, 2014 (Photo by Dennis Schroeder / NREL) 475 is proud to host this guest article from Michelle Tinner - a graduate student at SUNY Environmental Science and Forestry, MS candidate for Sustaina … read more

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