Any material used on a wall surface as a finish.
The change of a surface; wall, floor, ceiling, etc. from its
original shape due to water, moisture or heat.
Spent water from a residential, commercial, industrial facility.
A stain on any material caused by water.
The testing and analyzing of a waters content for bacteria and
Water Loss Institute
WLI, division of the ASCR International.
The action of water to move in and out of a materials capillaries.
An acid that is not fully associated in aqueous solutions.
The actions of the weather to change the texture, color, strength
and composition of a material and its finish.
A small hole as designed within a system or a post-penetration in a
system to drain or relieve water.
wet bulb temperature
The temperature reading using a thermometer having a moist sock
covering, the temperature where secondary damages will occur.
The evaporation of moisture or liquid from porous materials, as
induced through equilibrium or as forced using air movers.
The process of protecting a building from freezing when the primary
heat source is not in commission.
A document as signed by both parties directing the contractor to
perform its work, which also includes payment terms.
A written directive to a contractor, subcontractor or employee
authorizing the work to proceed with a start and completion date.
The distortion or rippling of a surface.