Moisture and How it Effects the Build: Part 2, December 2, 4 pm EST

  • 2 December 2021
  • Start time : 04:00 PM
  • End time : 05:00 PM
  • Event Host : ROCKWOOL
Moisture and How it Effects the Build: Part 2
Event Description

Join ROCKWOOL to discuss the building science behind continuous insulation, how much is enough and discussing projects that have used continuous insulation.

Returning ROCKstars Chris Laumer-Giddens from LG Squared in Atlanta, GA. Travis Brungardt and Joe Cook from Catalyst Construction (Pictured above) in Prairie Village, KS, Randy Williams from Willcon Inc. and Peter Ford from Evening Star Joinery out of Harbor Springs, MI and of course, myself-Dan Edelman with ROCKWOOL.

The following are the key points that we will be discussing this month:

·How much is enough (Continuous Insulation)

·Getting into the BS (Building Science that is) on why use continuous insulation

·Discuss projects that had continuous insulation

·Open forum with live Q&A session


Do you want some ROCKWOOL swag??  Come join us for this and each webinar we will mail out swag to 25 lucky guests!!  

Did you miss the last webinars?  Check them all out here: Webinar Library


  • Host Company/Organization Name
  • Speakers / Presenters
    • Dan Edelman - ROCKWOOL National Business Development Manager - Builders
      Travis Brungardt & Joe Cook - Catalyst Built Construction
      Randy Williams - Willcon Inc - Energy Auditor
      Chris Laumer-Giddens - LG Squared Inc.- Architect + Design/Build
      Chris Caporuscio – ROCKWOOL Business Development Manager – Southeast/Mid-Atlantic
      Brendan Knapman – ROCKWOOL Technical Products & Application Manager
      Peter Ford - Owner of Evening Star Joinery - Harbor Springs, MI
  • Event type
    • Online/Webinar

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