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A Guide for Property Management & Owners As a property manager or owner, maintaining the roof and wall systems of your building is critical. Not only does it protect the structure and its potential occupants, but it also greatly impacts the value of the property. Thus, it’s difficult to overstate the importance of understanding and implementing best practices in roof maintenance. Here are some measures you can take to ensure the longevity and performance of

The accreditations your building enclosure consultant has can determine your project outcome. Picking up where we left off in our last blog, REWO and Certified Level 1 Thermography are among the most respected accreditation titles.  What is REWO? A Registered Exterior Wall Observer (REWO) is an exterior wall accreditation from IIBEC. Similar to an RRO, a REWO is an on-site monitor during exterior wall work. The observer’s knowledge and documentation ensure that the work is installed as

Our most recent blog discussed the many ways to identify the right consultant. One of the several factors to consider was the organization’s accreditations in the industry. Regarding building enclosure consultants, many accreditations are provided by The International Institute of Building Enclosure Consultants (IIBEC). Some of those accreditations include RRO, RRC, and REWO, to name a few. Each accreditation provides specific knowledge and has multiple requirements to receive and maintain them. What is RRO? Registered

Picking the Right Consultant

Picking the Right Consultant

In most instances, you could utilize a consultant to help with evaluating, investigating, and/or designing your building enclosure project.  As buildings get more complicated and projects get more expensive, there is no margin for error and improperly spent money. Picking the right consultant for your next project is a critical part of the process. Specifically, a consultant should be, truly 3rd party with no conflict of interest, honest, and accredited. Many companies will claim to

If there’s one thing we can be certain of in the next year, it’s uncertainty. Specifically, when discussing timing of different construction projects, there seems to be a great deal of uncertainty among contractors and designers alike. Obviously, there are the supply chain issues that we’re sure you’ve heard about a million times already, but there’s also a labor shortage plaguing the industry. Not only has the Great Resignation spread across the entire economy, one