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Stop Building Envelope Air Leaks for Comfortable, Healthy Buildings.
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For building owners with high performance building goals, eliminating gaps, cracks and holes in the building envelope is the first simple step to improving building performance.

Because the building envelope is the first line of defense against weather, insects, pollutants and other environmental factors, maintaining its integrity is critical to meeting building performance and energy consumption goals.

Our experienced staff understands the cause of effect of uncontrolled air leakage. We specialize in air barrier solutions for government, education, healthcare, commercial, condominium and manufacturing markets.

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BEN : Building Envelope News

BEN is an information service provided by Canam Building Envelope Specialists Inc. Articles are of interest to energy performance companies, energy engineers, specification writers, building scientists, architects, structural and mechanical engineers, building owners, developers and all professionals with an interest in healthy, safe, durable, comfortable and energy-efficient buildings.

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The National Institute for Science and Technology has published a paper confirming that continuous air barriers reduce air leakage by up to 85%, saving up to 40% in gas bills and up to 25% in electricity.
A condensed, web-readable version of the paper is also available here.
Weatherproofing Technologies Inc.

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