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Plescia and his wife, Ginny.

From the article: Flashings
Issue: September 2007



The shine of newly installed copper roofing will quickly weather, ultimately achieving a tone unique to its environment.

Photo courtesy of the Copper Development Association.

From the article: Copper's critical role
Issue: September 2007



Wall cladding is an increasingly popular use for easy-to-install flat-seam copper panels.

Photo courtesy of the Copper Development Association.

From the article: Copper's critical role
Issue: September 2007



Copper standing-seam roofing's double-lock joinery provides a versatile, economical and beautiful option.

Photo courtesy of the Copper Development Association.

From the article: Copper's critical role
Issue: September 2007



Photo 1: This thick insulation board made limited contact with hot asphalt. Because large contiguous areas of the board were unadhered, it could have been susceptible to uplift. In addition to amount of adhesion, adhesion distribution is also important.

Photo courtesy of TLSmith Consulting Inc., Rockton, Ill.

From the article: Observations from the field
Issue: September 2007



Photo 2: A hospital roof system had boards detach from the roof deck during Hurricane Ivan in 2004.

Photo courtesy of FEMA 577.

From the article: Observations from the field
Issue: September 2007



Photo 3: If wands are used to dispense adhesive, roofing workers must be careful not to space the rows too far apart.

Photo courtesy of TLSmith Consulting.

From the article: Observations from the field
Issue: September 2007



Photo 4: This photo illustrates what happens when insulation board rebound occurs.

Photo courtesy of TLSmith Consulting.

From the article: Observations from the field
Issue: September 2007



Photo courtesy of Getty Images, Seattle

From the article: An essential restoration
Issue: September 2007


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