Beyond the Surface: A Multifaceted Enclosure

Building efficiency and durability are major contributing factors to a building’s overall sustainability, and the roof and exterior building envelope are the first line of defense.

Buildings are relied upon to do many things, such as keeping occupants warm or cool depending on the season, while saving energy and providing good indoor air quality (IAQ). Therefore, they should be designed, built, and maintained to achieve peak efficiency and maximum durability.

Cushing Terrell’s Brady Gauer, Building Envelope Specialist, describes the relationship between high performance building enclosure design and healthy, sustainable structures.

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