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Building Products Library Division 07 - Thermal and Moisture Protection Manufacturers

Material and product manufacturers relating to Thermal and Moisture Protection are organized by the product or the material into CSI sections. Explore the sections below to gather product data and access downloadable content including CAD files, BIM objects, specifications and much more.


Dampproofing and Waterproofing

Waterproofing materials have been used to meet the needs of tight spaces, high wind conditions, wet environments, and other extreme conditions providing protection from surface water infiltration.

Thermal Protection

Used to regulate the temperature of the building by controlling the amount of heat that is lost or gained by the building through the use of insulation, reflective materials, and air sealing techniques to reduce energy usage.

Steep Slope Roofing

The steep slope of the roof provides several advantages, including better protection from the elements and improved drainage that provides an aesthetically pleasing look.

Membrane Roofing

Typically composed of a waterproof material such as rubber, PVC, or TPO (thermoplastic polyolefin). The membrane is laid over a substrate of insulation board or plywood, and then fastened to the roof with either screws or adhesive.

Flashing and Sheet Metal

Sheet metal is a thin, flat piece of metal that has been formed into a shape commonly used in construction, for a wide variety of applications, including roofing, siding, and flashing.

Roof and Wall Specialties and Accessories

Common roof and wall specialties and accessories include flashings, copings, vents, louvers, gutters, downspouts, soffits, siding, trim, and skylights.

Fire and Smoke Protection

The process of using various products to compartmentalize a building in order to stop the spread of fire and smoke.

Joint Protection

Joint protection involves the use of materials and techniques to protect joints from the elements, such as water, UV rays, and temperature fluctuations.