Any company looking to save money and have a positive impact on the health of its inhabitants should pursue the route of green building.
Different types of structures can necessitate a unique approach, and Sto takes this to the next level by treating every enclosure and substrate a little differently.
Applying some stucco on your aging walls today is huge step in restoring their look, but can also be the difference in whether you’ll continue maintaining it or have to do outright repairs.
Building envelope has been a staple of structure design for the past few hundred years and it’s just as important today.
There are enough new building technologies that the next generation of structures should be able to last a long time.
The construction industry is always developing, but one trend that looks like it’s here to stay is prefabrication. When you can handle exterior coatings and housewrap off-site, it opens up many options for your on-site build.
The balance between aesthetics and performance in sustainable buildings is breeding a new wave of design and construction.
Competitive companies are going to adhere to international building codes, but are those guidelines always cost-effective in the long-term?
The U.S. is doing its part to help reduce greenhouse emissions.
Every building needs an air or moisture barrier to promote indoor air quality and prevent mold, decay, water damage, corrosion and loss of insulation value.