Steel is used in many buildings, but for which components in which types of buildings, and what is the outlook for its future use?
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A flashing is a folded length of metal that provides a weathertight cover at junctions in and between walls and roofs. Getting them right is a good start towards constructing a weathertight building.
Maintaining the architectural integrity of a building while improving its performance is just one of the challenges of weathertightness remediation.
A recent study looked at what was required to future-proof current pensioner housing in Napier. Insulation, efficient heating and accessibility were found to be key concerns.