Exterior Wall Primer


The exterior walls of a house have several functions. Not only do they define the shape of a house, they also support the floors, walls, and roof. Equally important is their role in separating the house’s interior from the outdoors, and to do this effectively they have to block the weather with systems that insulate, shed water, and repel moisture and air infiltration.

While it's important to understand the different roles walls play, if we treat them and their functions separately, we miss great opportunities to improve material efficiency, operating efficiency, and overall building performance. Green building integrates them all.
Wood-frame walls have been the predominant choice for houses in the United States for more than three centuries, with masonry walls a distant second. But today’s alternative products and techniques — many which are more energy efficient and have lesser environmental effects — are certainly worth examining.
A lot of time and materials go into building a house’s walls, and with the exception of a timber frame, all that structure is covered up when the project is finished — out of sight and out of mind. Yet decisions about wall construction have consequences that last as long as the building does, including how much maintenance it will need, how energy efficient the envelope will be, and how difficult the structure will be to repair or modify.

  • Exterior Wall Coating
  • Interior/Exterior Emulsion
  • Duster Emulsion
  • Out Colour Emulsion
  • Waterproof Cement Paint
  • Regular Cement Paint
  • Advanced Cement Paint

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