(Almost) Final Friday Five Top 5 articles we’ve read this month

Final Friday Five Slightly earlier than usual this month, as there won’t be any blog posts for the last week in December, the top five articles we’ve read this month are here. BIM breaks through

This article about the results of a CIBSE … Read the rest

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How airtightness testing works

Sealing the OSB airtight layer When a building is being constructed one of the requirements from the Building Standards is that it should achieve a reasonable provision for airtightness. This blog post explains how it works.

The airtightness, or air permeability of a building is … Read the rest

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Air gaps, insulation and roofing membranes in pitched roofs.

Pitched roof, membranes and air gaps We have a question about what air gap you should leave between the insulation and the roofing membrane in a pitched roof almost every day. Here’s some advice about what to do…

The gap you leave depends upon the type … Read the rest

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