Home Builders Association of Connecticut

February 01, 2011 09:32 ET

Media Advisory: Green Technology Keeps Basements Dry

Product to Be Showcased at Home Builders Event

CROMWELL, CONNECTICUT--(Marketwire - Feb. 1, 2011) -

Attention Reporters/Editors: Business, Technology, Environment, Building Construction

Area builders and architects will get a first-hand look at an advanced new product made largely of post-consumer recycled material that effectively waterproofs basements and keeps foundations dry.

The DELTA®-MS wall waterproofing and drainage product for below-grade foundations uses air-gap technology which guarantees a safe separation and full capillary break between the foundation wall and any ground moisture. The dimpled membrane keeps wet soil away from the foundation. If any water or water vapor happens to get through, then gravity drains the moisture away.

The Home Builders Association of Connecticut (HBACT) has invited DELTA® and a number of other green building technologies to demonstrate their products:

Where: Crowne Plaza Cromwell
  Cromwell, CT
When: Wednesday, February 9, 2011
  8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

"Green building technology and techniques are constantly evolving so we are excited to host this advanced seminar. We know it will help our members stay ahead of the curve to learn the best, most effective green solutions to incorporate into the homes they are building," says Bill Ethier, CEO of HBACT.

Media are welcome. Breakfast and lunch will be provided. Please confirm if you plan to attend.

Visit http://www.cosella-dorken.com for further information and downloadable photos.

Contact Information

  • To arrange an interview with Cosella-Dorken
    either before or at the event, contact:
    Holly Beetham