EIFS: Helping America Wrap Up its Energy Problems, Protect the Environment and Create Job
EIFS are in use on over half a million buildings in the U.S. alone and reduce both non-renewable energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions. Because they are lightweight and installed on the exterior, building owners and managers can renovate their poorly insulated and older looking building with EIFS while the building remains in use. Code approved and cost-effective, EIFS can be an integral component of a highly energy efficient building envelope. Best of all, thousands of highly trained construction workers, idled by the economic downturn, are available to perform this work.
Recent EIMA governmental relations activity:
- Letter to President Obama Endorsing and Offering EIMA Assistance to the Better Building Challenge
- Congressman James Moran's Letter to DOE endorsing EIFS
- DOE's Response to Congressman James Moran