Disaster resilience refers to the ability of buildings to prepare, plan and recover from natural disasters. These strategies can pay off, especially for buildings that are located in areas that are more subject to natural disasters.
Mineral wool is increasingly being used in building exteriors to enhance thermal performance. Especially when builders are looking to mitigate fire risk, noise intrusion, and energy waste, as well as ensuring moisture control in an “all-in-one-solution”. Sto Product Manager Karine Galla recently penned a piece in Construction Specifier on the attributes of mineral wool; for a synopsis of her article, take a look at our blog this week.