EXTERIOR INSULATION AND FINISH SYSTEMS (EIFS)
Exterior Insulation and Finish System (EIFS) is a non-load-bearing exterior wall cladding system that consists of:
It is available as either a barrier system or a drainage system.
Grayhawk, LLC has been installing EIFS, both field-applied and on prefabricated exterior wall panels, since 1978 when it first introduced EIFS to the central Kentucky area. To date, we have installed millions of square feet of EIFS on thousands of projects ranging from a few square feet to 500,000 square feet.
The company enjoys a local and national reputation for its expertise in designing and installing EIFS. Both Grayhawk, LLC offices are EIFSmart Contractors, which shows the company's commitment to quality installations. The EIFSmart Contractor distinction is fast becoming an effective tool for architects, spec writers, general contractors and other trade factors to identify EIFS contractors committed to excellence in their work. This was accomplished with standardized instruction and AWCI certification of at least 40 percent of our EIFS installers. In fact, Grayhawk, LLC president Mark Nabity has been chairman of the AWCI EIFS Curriculum and Examination Committee since its inception in 1998. This committee developed the content of the AWCI EIFS Doing It Right education course and the certification examination for EIFS Mechanics (CEM), EIFS Professionals (CEP) and EIFS Inspectors (CEI).
Grayhawk, LLC understands that installing EIFS "by the book" is critical to the long term life and performance of these cladding systems.
In addition to their standard line of finishes, EIFS manufacturers have developed and incredible array of custom finishes that can provide the look of other high cost claddings at a fraction of the cost. Examples are:
Let Grayhawk, LLC show you how these custom finishes can help to achieve your desired look with a continuous and highly insulated exterior cladding system. Eliminate the cost and coordination of many accessory items such as flashings, ties, shelf angles, sealant joints while also reducing the load on a building's structural system.
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