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You can take all the EIFS liability and capture it into a single box of 'residential wood frame construction.
EIFS Industry Members Association reports ICC decision coupled with results of recent Dept.
EIFS continues to be sold and installed, but as a system for exterior siding, it is meeting increasing opposition.
Ever since the moisture-intrusion controversy involving exterior insulation and finish systems (EIFS) homes first surfaced in 1995, the insurance industry has attempted to redefine its relationship with the residential EIFS market.
com focus solely on EIFS and include features such as news and developments, product information, directory of EIFS professionals, and a message board.
Plaintiffs allege, among other things, that Dryvit EIFS is defective because it entraps water introduced into the exterior wall potentially causing damage to homes.
The suit was brought in early 1996 on behalf of North Carolina homeowners who claim to have suffered water intrusion damage on the EIFS clad homes.
Dryvit, founded in 1969, pioneered the introduction of EIFS in North America and today holds a 40 percent market share.