Window Leaks During Hurricane Irma
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The September 15th episode of the Everything Building Envelope Podcast discusses the Hurricane Irma impact and recovery. It can be accessed at www.everythingbuildingenvelope.com or by subscribing on iTunes or Stitcher.
(Released on September 15th)
- What to look for in Roof Assessments
- Identifying Exterior Building Problems
- Windows – Doors – Glass – Frames
- Mitigate your damage tips
- Flood Damage
- What about the next storm
Water Leaks Caused by Hurricane Irma
By Jason Bondurant, EI
GCI Consultants, LLC
While media coverage of the devastation following Hurricane Irma focuses on catastrophic wind damage, flooding, and power outages, a much more common and sometimes equally as devastating effect from the storm is often overlooked: water leaks. The costs of the damaging effects and necessary repairs due to water penetration into a building’s supporting structure and interior finishes are one of the leading causes for insurance claims. Building owners and property managers are faced with the difficult task of finding a solution to these issues quickly after the storm.
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Repair and Maintenance – Keeping Systems at Peak Performance Levels
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