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Leonard and his wife, Kay, in Hawaii

From the article: Flashings
Issue: December 2006



When a coating is light in color, it also can provide a cooling effect to a roof surface.

Photo courtesy of ERSystems Inc., Rockford, Minn.

From the article: Considering coatings
Issue: December 2006



A field adhesion test, demonstrated in the photo, will help ensure a successful coating application.

Photo courtesy of ERSystems Inc., Rockford, Minn.

From the article: Considering coatings
Issue: December 2006



For proper adhesion, a roof substrate must be cleaned and prepared satisfactorily; most roof surfaces are best cleaned by power washing.

Photo courtesy of ERSystems Inc., Rockford, Minn.

From the article: Considering coatings
Issue: December 2006



It has become widely accepted in the roofing industry that field-applied white reflective coatings can lower roof surface temperature and provide energy savings.

Photo courtesy of ERSystems Inc., Rockford, Minn.

From the article: Considering coatings
Issue: December 2006



Both grayscale and monochromatic color images commonly are used on roof system inspections.

From the article: Infrared cameras come of age
Issue: December 2006



A thermal image of a rooftop inspection shows two people marking the areas of wet insulation, which appear lighter.

From the article: Infrared cameras come of age
Issue: December 2006



Atlas Spaceflight Operations Center at Cape Canaveral Air Foce Station, Cape Canaveral, Fla.

Photo courtesy of Pacific Tech Construction, Longview, Wash

From the article: Out of this world
Issue: December 2006



Roofing workers cut the existing 2-inch-thick gypsum deck. Two to four saws ran continuously during this process.

Photo courtesy of Pacific Tech Construction, Longview, Wash.

From the article: In search of employees
Issue: December 2006


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