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Kwiatkowski with husband Mike

From the article: Flashings
Issue: January 2010



Photo 1: Examples of how air intrusion can affect mechanically attached roof systems

Photo courtesy of the Roofing Industry Committee on Weather Issues

From the article: How much air is too much?
Issue: January 2010



Photo 2: Examples of how air intrusion can affect mechanically attached roof systems

Photo courtesy of the Roofing Industry Committee on Weather Issues

From the article: How much air is too much?
Issue: January 2010



Photos 3, 4 and 5: A PVC roof system is shown without an air retarder (left). A worker makes a test cut to the roof system (top right). Water droplets are found beneath the membrane (bottom right).

Photo courtesy of the National Research Council of Canada

From the article: How much air is too much?
Issue: January 2010



Photos 6-15: Assembly layout and installation of tested assemblies

Photo courtesy of the National Research Council of Canada

From the article: How much air is too much?
Issue: January 2010



The crew used a Maeda Mini Crane to lift materials to the rooftop and lower tear-off debris to the ground.

Photo courtesy of Jessie Bryant Roofing, Memphis, Tenn.

From the article: A maneuver in Memphis
Issue: January 2010



The mini crane's 39-foot boom length helped avoid damage to the limestone fascia extending 3 feet from the sides of the building.

Photo courtesy of Jessie Bryant Roofing, Memphis, Tenn.

From the article: A maneuver in Memphis
Issue: January 2010


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