What is a roof coating? Welcome to Episode 3 of The Building Science FAQ series. The Building Science FAQ video...
Solar Power is Now Competitive
Helene Hardy Pierce Awarded Roofing Industry’s Highest Honor
Building Science FAQ — Ep. 5
Contractor’s Corner Ep. 5: It Pays to Talk Financing — with Gregory Bjornson
Building Science FAQ — Ep. 4
Maximizing the Customer Experience Pt. 2 — GAF Contractor’s Corner Ep. 4
CRF 5: Reflective Membranes and the Heat Island Effect
CRF 4: Membrane Reflectivity
Building Science FAQ — Ep. 3
Solar Power in the Desert or on Roofs – what are the Pros and Cons?
“Sustainable” and “Resilience” — Are they related, the same, or opposites?
CRF3: Insulation for Low Slope Roofs
CRF2 : Building Codes and Their Development
CRF1: The Impact of Buildings on Energy Usage
Air Barriers and Vapor Retarders: The Current Conundrum in the Roofing Industry
3 Ways the Right Drone Can Reduce Labor Demand
Top Five Issues Facing Building and Roofing Science Today
Protect Your Investment: Understand Your Guarantee
Maximizing the Customer Experience — GAF Contractor’s Corner Ep. 3
Shedding Light on Solar — GAF Contractor’s Corner Ep. 2
Proactive vs Reactive Maintenance
GAF Contractor’s Corner — A podcast for roofing professionals
When the Job Ladder is an Actual Ladder: 200,000 construction jobs and still no takers.
Generating Revenue with Commercial Roof Maintenance
Getting your workers home safe — an interview with the NRCA’s Harry Dietz
Three Myths About Roof Maintenance
Is your company’s future in the cards?
7 Tips for Standing Out After a Storm
Condensation, Dew Point, and Roofing
Enhanced Storm Support From GAF
How to Beat the Heat with a Cool Roof
It has been said that all of the US could be powered by a solar array covering 100 x 100...
Most people in the built environment community are aware that using and specifying sustainable and resilient materials and designs is...
Welcome to Chapter 3 of Commercial Roofing Fundamentals — an introduction to commercial roofing that provides an overview of concepts driving industry...
Building codes are sets of rules and regulations governing the design, construction, alteration and maintenance of buildings. While building codes...
According to the U.S. Department of Energy, nearly 40% of total U.S. energy consumption and approximately 75% of all electricity...
The roofing industry continues to discuss vapor retarders but should be discussing air barriers. One of the primary purposes of...
Drones are everywhere. They’re being used to film blockbuster movies and Emmy®-winning commercials, battle wildfires, geomap hard-to-reach terrain, optimize farming...
The following is a transcript of a recent interview for the GAF ProBlog. You can listen directly, or download the...
It’s happened to all of us: You buy a TV (or an HVAC… or a refrigerator… ) for your home...