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JAN 2018

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80 JANUARY 2018 COATINGSPROMAG.COM [5.1 cm] sheets of iso board with a ½-inch [12.7 mm] fiber board on top of that," Swatkowski said. e boards were mechanically fastened down using screws into the concrete. T hose boards, plus the SPF (also called spray foam) that Swatkowski planned to install would provide the required R value. Swatkowski said no convincing was needed for the school district client to choose to go with spray foam for the job. e school had requested spray foam specifically, and the architect included it in the specifications. With the system chosen, the next step was to implement the plan: Install a spray foam, and cover that with a coating. Cons truc tion delays pushed the roof coating projec t into Augus t. Although still worked for the school's summer session it also meant that the crew had to deal with high-moisture weather. B e c a u s e t h e c r e w h a d t o t r a v e l f r o m M i n n e s o t a a n d a l l 1 2 crewmembers had to get housing while working this project, Greener World imposed a short timeline for the job. They finished ever y thing in six days. Spray Foam for School Get the knowledge. Be a pro. Go to SUBSCRIBE It's FREE. 14_1386 Helping YOU do your job better, f a ster, a nd more efficiently.

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