School building construction comes with its own set of obstacles as these buildings tend to experience high traffic, a lot of wear and tear, and must provide a comfortable working environment for long periods of time. Selecting an enclosure system is not a step to be taken lightly but advances in construction materials have simplified the process.
There are three major considerations when it comes to a high-performance enclosure system required by a school:
An option for school buildings is a systematic replacement of weak walls in place of newer wall systems, such as those that use insulated concrete blocks. Building standards from just 40 years ago have drastically changed compared to today's standards and these new wall systems are worth every penny when comparing exterior wall choices for an enclosed system.