Moisture Management

Gargoyle, Château d'Amboise, France


Photo: Ben Aveling. License: CC BY-SA 3.0

Moisture management in buildings requires detailed thinking about all the ways water moves through them. The most neglected of these is probably air leaks. The design and construction of the building enclosure determines how well the building performs in relation to water—and for how long. The whole team—from architect to structural and mechanical engineers to construction managers and subcontractors—should be educated about and held accountable for moisture risks.

Moisture Management

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