We’re now firmly in the time of year when the cold weather means the heating is on, windows are closed, and clothes are frequently drying indoors. That puts a lot of moisture vapour into the air we breathe, which isn’t always properly ventilated.
BS 5250 has always been an important standard for architects and design professionals to be familiar with. Until 2021 it was titled Control of condensation in buildings, but the publication of an updated and heavily revised version has widened its scope and it is now the code of practice for Management of moisture in buildings.
The 2021 UN climate change conference – COP26 – taking place in Glasgow is big news for obvious reasons. The event has extra significance for the construction industry due to its focus on the built environment, making it a topic that we had to address in this month’s newsletter.
High compressive strength thermal insulation for inverted, green and blue roofs.
Very high compressive strength thermal insulation for high load inverted roofs and car park decks.
High compressive strength thermal insulation for residential buildings.
High compressive strength thermal insulation for residential and industrial buildings.