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This course focuses on those factors that contribute to both the presence and absence of moisture, and hence mold, in framed wall assemblies. It also reviews both the principles and practices that designers should be aware of when designing framed wall assemblies so that they can minimize the problems of moisture and mold.
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A program designed to provide an over view of Bituminous Membrane roofing systems. At the end of this program the participants will be able to define low slope roofs, describe the different types of low slope bituminous roof systems, identify basic design considerations for low slope roof systems and identify material performance standards and code approvals for roofing materials.
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Participants will be provided an examination of the year-round benefits of attic ventilation. Participants will be equipped to evaluate and discern the types of ventilation products and how to design and specify optimal ventilation systems. attic performance. Participants will understand the interrelationships between roofing, ventilation and insulation systems within an attic; how they interact and how they must be integrated into an efficient system.
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This course provides an extensive look at how specific publications regarding product selection promote environmentally sustainable buildings. These publications such as LCA, PCR and EPD describe environmental concepts and how these concepts may be of value to architectural firms and building owners pursuing LEED certification.
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This one-hour course provides an extensive review of how the principles of sustainable design are applied in the design of a new or renovated building.
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After completing all three parts of the series, you will be able to: Explain why building science is both an art and a science Identify one or more of the laws governing each of these house-system dynamics: the flow of heat, the flow of air, and the flow of moisture. Describe one or more of the problems and solutions that arise in the house-system due to the dynamics of heat, air and moisture flow.
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After completing all three parts of the series, you will be able to: Explain why building science is both an art and a science Identify one or more of the laws governing each of these house-system dynamics: the flow of heat, the flow of air, and the flow of moisture. Describe one or more of the problems and solutions that arise in the house-system due to the dynamics of heat, air and moisture flow.
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After completing all three parts of the series, you will be able to: Explain why building science is both an art and a science Identify one or more of the laws governing each of these house-system dynamics: the flow of heat, the flow of air, and the flow of moisture. Describe one or more of the problems and solutions that arise in the house-system due to the dynamics of heat, air and moisture flow.
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This course provides an overview of vinyl siding products and compares to other traditional methods of exterior cladding. Further discussion will provide analysis of environmentally friendly manufacturing processes. To conclude the course will describe sustainable design and installation features.




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