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    Mark Meshulam Chicago Window Expert
    Mark Meshulam Chicago Window Expert will consult with victims of Hurricane Sandy for free. Call now!

  • Leaking windows
  • Leaking masonry
  • Leaking walls
  • Wet insulation
  • Sources of mold
  • Insurance claims

If you are a victim of Hurricane Sandy in New Jersey, New York and the Eastern Seaboard, you will have lingering questions after floodwaters recede and cleanup is underway. As you work to get back to normalcy, you will need to know:

1. Has your house or building been compromised by the storm?
2. Will your house or building leak in the next storms?
3. Is there residual water inside your walls that could quickly bloom into mold?

Our diagnostic methods address these questions. We use infrared cameras, moisture meters, spray rack testing, carbon monoxide meters and an in-depth knowledge of construction to help clients arrive at long term confidence in the integrity of their building envelope.

Our investigations will help you:

1. Support your insurance claims
2. Identify paths of water entry
3. Create a plan of action that will result in a leak-free building

Call me now for a free telephone consultation!
Mark Meshulam

Articles about window leaks and failures for Hurricane Sandy victims

My Windows Leak!

Storm Damage to Windows and Glass

Window Glazing Leaks

Leaks and Problems with Vinyl Windows

Aluminum Window Leaks

Window Sealant Failure

Wood Window Leaks

Curtainwall Leaks

Fixing Window Leaks in Tall Buildings

Window Condensation: Top 10 Fixes

Deadly Falls from Windows: Preventable?

Articles about glass and glass failures for Hurricane Sandy victims

Annealed, Heat Strengthened, Tempered and Insulated Glass

Insulated Glass Seal Failure

Diagnosing Glass Breakage

Glass Breakage and Pre-Existing Damage

Breaking Glass Shower Doors & Enclosures

The Lowdown on Low-E Glass

Fine Tuning Low-E Glass

Low-E Glass for Cooling Loads

Thermal Images of Insulated Glass Types

Articles about masonry leaks and failures for Hurricane Sandy victims

Leaks and Mold in Walls: the dirty little secret

Testing Leaking Brick Walls

Leaks Through Split Face Block

Articles about how to attack window leak and other building envelope problems for Hurricane Sandy victims

Choosing a Window Consultant or Exterior Building Consultant

Legal Claims and Disputes in Construction

Preparing for a Window Leak Survey

Creating a Leak Survey Form

Keying for Window Leak Survey

Documentary Photos for Window Survey

Documentary Photos for Curtainwall Survey

Performing a Window Survey

Articles about window design, testing and restoration for Hurricane Sandy victims

Test Your Mettle at Construction Research Lab

The Dynamic Water Test

Designing Buildings for the Very Windy City

Historic Window Renovation

Restoring Steel Windows

Field Museum Window Replacement

Window Repair or Window Replacement?

Envision the Wind in a Blizzard

The Symbolic Value of Buildings

Wynning in Glass Vegas

Chicago Energy Conservation Code for Dummies

Does Chicago Code Require Low-E Glass?

AAMA, includes some NFRC, ANSI, ASCE, CPSC, NFPA, UL, GANA Standards

ASTM – Standards Relevant to Building Envelope from ASTM International

Articles about future window and building design for Hurricane Sandy victims

News from the Green Front

The Future of Windows

Chicago Window Expert Goes Solar

CWE Visits Solar Power Plant

Articles about influential people and companies

Bill Baker of Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP: Tall Buildings and the Burj Khalifa

An Interview with Historic Mike Jackson

An Interview with PPG

An Interview with Guardian

An Interview with Viracon

Articles about Chicago Window Expert

About Mark Meshulam, Chicago Window Expert

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Projects – Buildings Mark Meshulam helped to build

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