Evaluate Your Envelope for Efficiency

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08/24/2012

Evaluate Your Envelope for Efficiency

Defects, failures, or unsatisfactory appearance may require recladding or renovation

By Christopher Curtland

 

Air and moisture infiltration are major causes of energy loss in commercial buildings. Thermography can detect envelope leakage, which may require recladding or renovation.
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When considering your building’s skin, look for defects. Is there indication of structural failure or evidence of air and moisture infiltration? Is the appearance aging or unsatisfactory, presenting an opportunity to rebrand your facility?

If so, your review may reveal a need for recladding or renovation. These projects are not inexpensive, but an ideal payback will be generated by the opportunities to improve energy performance and attract higher paying tenants to a more modern, sustainable facility. Let these factors guide you to the right solution.


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Visit our website today to learn about the design flexibility of a Morton building and the endless possibilities of partnering with our designBUILD team.


Wood construction is both cost and energy efficient. Check out Morton Buildings and our designBUILD team online today to discover all the benefits of post-frame construction.

Morton designBUILD is a team that works with you, from concept to completion, to create custom steel buildings and beyond.  Visit our website for design inspirations today!

 


 
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