07.1_Thermal%20rev

07.1_Thermal%20rev - Division7 ThermalandMoistureProtection

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Division 7 Thermal and Moisture Protection
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Moisture Control Construction  Concerns If a building leaks the contractor will be blamed first.   The contractor may be accused of poor workmanship or  lack of management. Moisture intrusion may cause mold to develop.  This  leads to lawsuits. Contractor liability insurance often excludes mold  related claims.  This scenario make business risky for  the contractor. Protect yourself - Be aware of the ‘first time’ a designer  is using a product or system and “cut-and-paste”  details. Require mockups and hold coordination meetings with  subcontractors responsible for the building envelope.
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Moisture Control Construction  Concerns Review specifications for mock-up or  testing requirements. Mock-up is a small scale physical  construction project based on architectural  details typically built on the jobsite. Example of Testing Requirement: Water  intrusion testing Know where to look in Specification book  for details.
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Division 7 – Thermal and  Moisture Protection Masterformat Level 2 sections: 07050 – Basic materials and methods 07100 – Dampproofing and waterproofing 07200 – Thermal protection 07300 – Shingles, roof tiles, and roof  coverings 07400 – Roofing and siding panels
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Division 7 – Thermal and  Moisture Protection Masterformat Level 2 sections: 07500 – Membrane roofing 07600 – Flashing and sheet metal 07700 – Roof specialties and accessories 07800 – Fire and smoke protection 07900 – Joint sealers
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Moisture Control Water vapor will typically not damage construction materials if it 
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This note was uploaded on 02/12/2010 for the course BCN 1210 taught by Professor Fobair during the Spring '09 term at University of Florida.

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07.1_Thermal%20rev - Division7 ThermalandMoistureProtection

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