NW EcoBuilding Class: What Sticks to What? Sealants, Adhesive, Tapes & Indoor Air Quality – Mar 23

Wednesday, March 23, 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Come Early and Stay Late for Conversation
6:30 – 7:00 PM Social Networking and Refreshments (Provided)

Phinney Neighborhood Center (PNA) Lower Brick Building
6532 Phinney Ave N, Seattle, WA 98103

As sealants and adhesives play an ever-larger role in construction, the options become more and more complex. What works best in the environment of my project? Does it stick to what it’s supposed to? What should I know about its chemistry and toxicity, particularly for indoor uses?

LEARN FROM THE PROFESSIONAL COMMUNITY as our panel discusses indoor and exterior solutions that are part of changing best construction practices in the Northwest. Hear about materials, applications, and the finer points of innovation.
Speakers include:
• Sharon Libby of Walsh Construction talks about a comprehensive study of exterior sealants, and shares some of her insights and experiences on high-performance building enclosures.
• Robert Haverlock speaks about principles and products for indoor air quality, and shares recent experiences.
Bring your questions and contribute your knowledge as well.

Facilitator: Tony Case, RDH Building Science

Thank you to this session’s sponsors:  Green Tools and Sustainable Living Guide

LIVE or SIMULCAST! On the Eastside?

Join the SIMULCAST Hosted at 21 Acres, Woodinville

Click to reserve a spot or go to: http://sealantsandadhesives-ticket.eventbrite.com/

Free for members. $10 suggested donation for non-members. You can also register at the door.

See more info about this event on the Guild’s website: http://www.ecobuilding.org/events/what-sticks-to-what-sealants-adhesives-tapes-indoor-air-quality

We want to know what you want to know! Talk with us on The NW EcoBuilding Guild’s Facebook page.