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Giese, president of Jim Giese Roofing, Dubuque, Iowa, with wife Cathy (left) and daughter Carolyn (right).

From the article: Flashings
Issue: July 2005



Photo 1: Brown stains on the underside of a ceiling in one townhouse

Photo courtesy of Wiss, Janey, Elstner Associations Inc., Minneapolis.

From the article: A case study in condensation
Issue: July 2005



Photo 2: This photo shows frost and melting ice on the underside of the roof deck. Note the brown staining on the loose-fill insulation.

Photo courtesy of Wiss, Janey, Elstner Associations Inc., Minneapolis.

From the article: A case study in condensation
Issue: July 2005



Photo 3: These were the conditions at an inspection opening in the roof eave. At this location, new aluminum panels were installed over the original plywood soffit panels. The vents in the aluminum panels were spaced at 3 feet (1 m) and did not coincide with the vents in the underlying plywood soffit (spaced at 8 feet [2.4 m]).

Photo courtesy of Wiss, Janey, Elstner Associations Inc., Minneapolis.

From the article: A case study in condensation
Issue: July 2005



Photo 4: A separated furnace exhaust vent was discharging directly into the attic.

Photo courtesy of Wiss, Janey, Elstner Associations Inc., Minneapolis.

From the article: A case study in condensation
Issue: July 2005



Photo 5: This photo shows conditions at the top end of a vent pipe. The pipe terminated at the bottom of the roof deck, and no clamping device was provided to secure the pipe in position. The top circular edge of the vent was leaning against the sides of the opening cut in the roof deck. The pipe was venting into the attic space rather than to the exterior.

Photo courtesy of Wiss, Janey, Elstner Associations Inc., Minneapolis.

From the article: A case study in condensation
Issue: July 2005



Peninsula 13 is settled in a bay area of Lake Michigan.

Photo courtesy of Butcher & Baecker Construction, Rochester Hills, Mich.

From the article: Keeping warm
Issue: July 2005



Butcher & Baecker Construction installed 8,000 square feet (743 m²) of cedar shakes.

Photo courtesy of Butcher & Baecker Construction, Rochester Hills, Mich.

From the article: Keeping warm
Issue: July 2005



A view of the finished product ng

Photo courtesy of Butcher & Baecker Construction, Rochester Hills, Mich.

From the article: Keeping warm
Issue: July 2005


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