Welcome to SpecTopics!
March 6, 2019
Welcome to the first installment of SpecTopics, a bi-monthly blog about topics related to designing and specifying roofing and waterproofing systems using Carlisle’s products.

Carlisle has been a recognized leader in the roofing industry for more than half a century, manufacturing high-performance EPDM, TPO, and PVC single-ply membranes. Carlisle also offers roof garden systems, a full line of polyiso and expanded polystyrene insulation, and a host of steep slope underlayments, duct sealants, adhesives, and hardware. In addition to roofing, Carlisle services the waterproofing, framing, and general construction industries.

This blog-based format will allow us to answer the most frequently asked questions we receive from architects and specifiers, as well as to share technical information and industry news. Our goal is for SpecTopics to serve as a resource for roofing, waterproofing, and building envelope issues. The focus will be on industry-wide issues that affect building product specifications and code approvals for roofing and air and vapor barriers.

In the next few installments, we’ll cover trends in building envelope specifications, FM 1-90 requirements versus ASCE 7 requirements, and code-related language regarding re-roofing. Stay tuned; another SpecTopic will be published in two weeks.

Contact Brian Emert for further information.

    Brian Emert
    Designer & Doc Dev Specialist
    Design Services
    [email protected]
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