Insulating and waterproofing high performance below-grade assemblies

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Insulating and waterproofing high performance below-grade assemblies

Time: October 16, 2018 from 8am to 4:30pm
Location: Wisconsin Indianhead Technical College - Rice Lake Conference Center
Street: 1900 College Drive
City/Town: Rice Lake
Website or Map: https://www.seventhwave.org/e…
Phone: 6082107179
Event Type: on-location, course
Organized By: Seventhwave
Latest Activity: Sep 8

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Is it possible to waterproof foundation walls from the inside? What are the best foundation insulating strategies? Get the answers to these questions and more as Peter Yost discusses best practices for insulating and waterproofing below-grade spaces including basements, tuck-under and underground parking garages in commercial and residential buildings. Peter will explain how to use benchtop testing to uncover which waterproofing techniques really work. Join us to learn about the challenging task of achieving warm, dry, insulated and waterproofed high performance below-grade spaces.

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