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Taking Action with Your Depreciation Report
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4 Steps to Taking Action with Your Depreciation Report

Taking action with your Depreciation Report can be overwhelming. Mike Wilson from RDH shows you how, one step at a time.

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The Essential Building Maintenance Workbook

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NAFS in Canada Blog Launch

Posted on September 23, 2014

If you’re looking for the latest information on NAFS in Canada, look no further. RDH’s NAFS expert Al Jaugelis breaks it all down into easy terms and sheds light on current topics and confusion points.

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Osmotic Blistering: The Bane of Liquid Applied Waterproofing Membranes

Posted on August 13, 2014

Over a decade ago, while performing warranty reviews and condition assessments, RDH began to find water-filled blisters under many new cold-applied membranes.

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INFOGRAPHIC: How we Reduced C02 Emissions by 34% Per Employee While Continuing to Grow

Posted on August 7, 2014

Let’s face it: sometimes it can be a struggle to work towards your company’s environmental goals. We found that implementing a lot of small, inexpensive changes added up to a big difference.

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San Francisco Bay Area Office Launch

Posted on July 29, 2014

RDH Expands with New Office to Support Growth We are pleased to announce that RDH Building Sciences Inc. will open a new office in the San Francisco Bay Area this September. The office, located at 360 22nd Street, Suite 710, in Oakland, CA, will deliver expertise in all of our existing service areas and, as […]

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The Inevitable Issue Most High-rise Owners Face

Posted on March 10, 2014

Modern glazing systems provide durability and require very little maintenance in the first 10-20 years in service. Unfortunately this is when the party often ends.

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"Reaching" or "Extending" the Life of Assets: What's the Primary Goal of Maintenance?

Posted on February 17, 2014

When it comes to maintenance there can often be confusion. Are we required to maintain our building assets to simply reach their expected life? Or are we maintaining to extend their lives somehow?

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