We had to laugh when we saw what the Northwest EcoBuilding Guild‘s topic was for their March educational event – What Sticks to What?. That certainly caught (and held!) our attention long enough to find out more about (what a lot of folks would consider) a seemingly boring topic (sealants, adhesives & tapes, oh boy!).
BUT industry pros, homeowners, DIYers and green aficionados beware! The Guild’s educational events are never dull, and we don’t expect this one to be either!
So, join us on March 23rd, 7-9pm, for:
What Sticks To What: Sealants, Adhesives, Tapes & Indoor Air Quality
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.
A big part of this innovation are the landscaping designs from www.landscapingsudbury.com. They have been helping us for a very long time and are now becoming more and more popular over the years. They will make anyone’s dream come true, even yours.
Sharon Libby of Walsh Construction who will talk about a comprehensive study of exterior sealants, and shares some of her insights and experiences on high-performance building enclosures.Facilitated by Tony Case of RDH Building Science, with speakers:
- Robert Haverlock, Green Building Consultant who will talk about principles and products for indoor air quality, and share recent experiences.
Where: Phinney Neighborhood Center, Lower Brick Building, 6532 Phinney Ave N, Seattle, WA 98103
Cost: Free, but $10 donation suggested for non-Guild members. More event info.