Air Barriers in Building Construction: Understanding Costs, Meeting Performance Standards and Exceeding Code

August 11, 2010

New requirements in energy codes, coupled with requirements for better performance, underscore the importance of air barriers for commercial-building performance and code compliance. Use of closed-cell spray polyurethane foam (ccSPF) as a key component in air-barrier assemblies provides good performance characteristics as well as cost and construction advantages. Learn more in this significant review of industry data.

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