Building it Right Webinar: Top 10 Warranty Claims and How to Avoid Them

On Demand Webinar
Now available 24/7! Anywhere you have internet access!

This 3 CPD credit on demand event has been developed and will be presented by Murray Frank of Constructive Home Solutions in conjunction with the 4 New Home Warranty providers. This 3 hour session continues the tradition of BC Builder Education presented to over 30,000 construction professionals since 2004!

This session has been carefully crafted with the input of the 4 BC New Home Warranty providers and will examine the Top 10 Warranty claims in the province in detail, analyzing the problems and providing participants with the tools to avoid these costly mistakes. Click here for more course information

 

Webinar | Course Code Fund 1.04W | The Building Science of a Home - Part 4: Air Tightness / Energy Efficiency

On Demand Webinar 1.04W
Now available 24/7! Anywhere you have internet access!

This 1 CPD credit on demand module is Part 4 of 4 modules derived from Fundamentals 1, developed and presented by Murray Frank of Constructive Home Solutions.

Description: Integral for resisting rain penetration, noise reduction in homes, condensation and door control, and so much more, this session explores the complexity and importance of airtightness throughout the building enclosure.
Energy Efficiency:
The advantage of energy efficiency is clear, but simply adding more insulation may actually put a home at risk of failure. This session explores how to avoid unintended consequences of building energy efficient homes.Click here for more course information

Please note that while this is a standalone module, you will receive the most benefit by taking all 4 modules of this session.
 

Webinar | Course Code Fund 6.01W | The House as a Whole - Part 1: Overview of Key Elements

On Demand Webinar 6.01W

Now available 24/7! Anywhere you have internet access!

This 1 CPD credit on demand module is Part 1 of 3 modules derived from Fundamentals 6, developed and presented by Murray Frank of Constructive Home Solutions.

Description:
An overview of the key elements for each of the homes major systems and how they interact.
Click here for more course information

Please note that while this is a standalone module, you will receive the most benefit by taking all 3 modules of this session.

 

Webinar | Course Code Fund 5.02W | Putting Windows in Their Place - Part 2: The Basics About Window And Door Installation

On Demand Webinar 5.02

Now available 24/7! Anywhere you have internet access!

This 1 CPD credit on demand module is Part 2 of 4 modules derived from Fundamentals 5, developed and presented by Murray Frank of Constructive Home Solutions.

Description:
Locating the window within the opening includes various options for sill and sub-sill elements, attachment methods, and window load support options.
Accommodating these variables while retaining the key elements of the moisture and air barriers must be included in successful design and construction.
Click here for more course information

Please note that while this is a standalone module, you will receive the most benefit by taking all 4 modules of this session.

 

Webinar | Course Code Fund 2.03W | Summary of Key 2012 BC Building Code Changes - Part 3: Code Changes (9.13.4 to 9.36)

On Demand Webinar 2.03W
Now available 24/7! Anywhere you have internet access!

This 1 CPD credit on demand module is Part 3 of 3 modules derived from Fundamentals 2, developed and presented by Murray Frank of Constructive Home Solutions.

Description:
Review and clarification of the changes in the 2012 BC Building Code 9.13.4 Radon Gas Provisions (including impact on regions where provisions are not required), 9.15.4 Foundation Walls, 9.19.2 Access, 9.20.17.4 Openings in Loadbearing Flat Insulating Concrete Form Walls, Lateral Load Provisions, 9.25.3.6 Air Barrier Systems in Floors-on-Ground, 9.27.4 Sealants, 9.32 Evolution of Mechanical Ventilation, and 9.36 Energy Efficiency (Introduction).Click here for more course information

Please note that while this is a standalone module, you will receive the most benefit by taking all 4 modules of this session.
 

Webinar | Course Code Fund 1.03W | The Building Science of a Home - Part 3: Control of Rain Penetration

On Demand Webinar
Now available 24/7! Anywhere you have internet access!

This 1 CPD credit on demand module is Part 3 of 4 modules derived from Fundamentals 1, developed and presented by Murray Frank of Constructive Home Solutions.

Description: The pressure moderated open rain screen was described in Canada as early as the 1950’s by our fathers of building science. Ignoring their findings resulted in substantial failure in the coastal climate of BC, but as construction adopts advanced energy efficiency, the methods for control of rain penetration can also reduce the risk of condensation damage through improved system drying.Click here for more course information

Please note that while this is a standalone module, you will receive the most benefit by taking all 4 modules of this session.
 

Webinar | Course Code Fund 5.01W | Putting Windows in Their Place - Part 1: Overview of Window Installation Requirements

On Demand Webinar 5.01

Now available 24/7! Anywhere you have internet access!

This 1 CPD credit on demand module is Part 1 of 4 modules derived from Fundamentals 5, developed and presented by Murray Frank of Constructive Home Solutions.

Description:
In this sub-section of “Putting Windows in Their Place” we will:
Present an overview of window installation requirements from references within Part 9 of the BC Building Code.
Review 2 recent Canadian studies highlighting key factors affecting water penetration and thermal performance.
Click here for more course information

Please note that while this is a standalone module, you will receive the most benefit by taking all 4 modules of this session.

 

Webinar | Course Code Fund 4.01W | Energy Requirements for Homes - Part 1: New Energy Requirements and Evolution of Energy Efficiency

On Demand Webinar

Now available 24/7! Anywhere you have internet access!

This 1 CPD credit on demand module is Part 1 of 3 modules derived from Fundamentals 4, developed and presented by Murray Frank of Constructive Home Solutions.

Description:
An overview of new energy requirements. An overview of the evolution of energy efficiency in homes.
Click here for more course information

Please note that while this is a standalone module, you will receive the most benefit by taking all 3 modules of this session.

 

Webinar | Course Code Fund 5.03W | Putting Windows in Their Place - Part 3: Alternate Installation Details

On Demand Webinar 5.03

Now available 24/7! Anywhere you have internet access!

This 1 CPD credit on demand module is Part 3 of 4 modules derived from Fundamentals 5, developed and presented by Murray Frank of Constructive Home Solutions.

Description:
Building up the key components of several installation details with a focus on sequencing and the fine details.
Click here for more course information

Please note that while this is a standalone module, you will receive the most benefit by taking all 4 modules of this session.

 

Webinar | Course Code Fund 2.02W | Summary of Key 2012 BC Building Code Changes - Part 2: Code Changes (9.3.1 to 9.10)

On Demand Webinar 2.02W

Now available 24/7! Anywhere you have internet access!

This 1 CPD credit on demand module is Part 2 of 3modules derived from Fundamentals 2, developed and presented by Murray Frank of Constructive Home Solutions.

Description:
Review of notable changes of the 2012 BC Building Code as follows: 9.3.1 Concrete (CSA A23.1 – 08), Termite & Decay Prevention, 9.5.5.3 Doorways to Bathrooms from Hallways Windows, Doors, Skylights & Tubular Daylight Devices (overview), 9.8 Stairways, Ramps & Handrails, and 9.10 Spacial Separation.
Click here for more course information

Please note that while this is a standalone module, you will receive the most benefit by taking all 4 modules of this session.

 

Webinar | Course Code Fund 1.01W | The Building Science of a Home - Part 1: Condensation and the Mechanism of Moisture Flow

On Demand Webinar 1.01W

Now available 24/7! Anywhere you have internet access!

This 1 CPD credit on demand module is Part 1 of 4 modules derived from Fundamentals 1, developed and presented by Murray Frank of Constructive Home Solutions.

In the past, changes in construction methods and materials were minor and happened infrequently. It was fine to rely on ‘trial by time’ to prove what worked.

Modern construction sees dramatically different methods and materials with changes so quick, almost every home built is unique. Only Building Science can predict accurately what will work. This session will empower you to avoid costly mistakes. This module is A focus on the role of vapour diffusion control vs. the role of airtightness in controlling condensation within Part 9 construction.Click here for more course information

Please note that while this is a standalone module, you will receive the most benefit by taking all 4 modules of this session.
 

Webinar | Course Code Fund 4.02W | Energy Requirements for Homes - Part 2: Conformance, Insulation and Continuity Of Insulation

On Demand Webinar

Now available 24/7! Anywhere you have internet access!

This 1 CPD credit on demand module is Part 2 of 3 modules derived from Fundamentals 4, developed and presented by Murray Frank of Constructive Home Solutions.

Description:
Determining effective insulation values for building envelope assemblies: Calculation method Published values approach Testing approach
Click here for more course information

Please note that while this is a standalone module, you will receive the most benefit by taking all 3 modules of this session.

 

Webinar | Course Code Fund 5.04W | Putting Windows in Their Place - Part 4: Installation Details For Continuous Insulation And Alternate Wall Assemblies

On Demand Webinar 5.04

Now available 24/7! Anywhere you have internet access!

This 1 CPD credit on demand module is Part 4 of 4 modules derived from Fundamentals 5, developed and presented by Murray Frank of Constructive Home Solutions.

Description:
Alternate installation details for continuous insulation and alternate wall assemblies.
A video review of performance testing underscoring the key installation detailing provisions.
Click here for more course information

Please note that while this is a standalone module, you will receive the most benefit by taking all 4 modules of this session.

Webinar | Course Code Fund 1.03WP | The Building Science of a Home - Part 3: Control of Rain Penetration

On Demand Webinar PUNJABI
Now available 24/7! Anywhere you have internet access!

This 1 CPD credit on demand module is Part 3 of 4 modules derived from Fundamentals 1, developed and presented by Murray Frank of Constructive Home Solutions.

Description: The pressure moderated open rain screen was described in Canada as early as the 1950’s by our fathers of building science. Ignoring their findings resulted in substantial failure in the coastal climate of BC, but as construction adopts advanced energy efficiency, the methods for control of rain penetration can also reduce the risk of condensation damage through improved system drying.Click here for more course information

Please note that while this is a standalone module, you will receive the most benefit by taking all 4 modules of this session.
 

The Details 4 Online Webinar

The Details 4 Online Webinar

This 3.5 Hour online session is entitled “The Details 4” and begins with a continuing discussion of ICF window installation methods. The discussion then progresses to window installation methods and how it relates to water penetration control with regards to how it relates to first and second plains of protection. Finally, Murray reviews transitions and how they affect continuity of barriers and energy performance.

 

The Details 1 Online Webinar

The Details 1 Online Webinar

This 3.5 Hour online session is entitled “The Details 1” and begins with a brief overview of the Step Code. This session then expands on metrics for home energy performance and testing methods followed by coverage of current building methods as to why they don’t work right now and why they won’t work under the Step Code. The discussion then leads to an overview of future construction practices and where the industry is going along with a review of air tightness methods and ventilation systems as a means of moisture and temperature control. Murray then explains the roles and newfound importance of good knowledgeable CEA’s. The explanation is followed by discussing air tightness, testing methods and ways of improving performance as well as vapour barrier, testing methods and ways of improving performance.

 

The Details 2 Online Webinar

The Details 2 Online Webinar

This 3.5 Hour online session is entitled “The Details 2” and begins with a discussion on different types of soils and the land around the house. There is an overview of their load bearing capacities and the likelihood of hydro static pressure, foundation draining and the definition of damp proofing. Murray then discusses basements and vapor control moving into full height or half height walls, and an overview of excavations for footings and foundations. This leads to a discussion regarding sealants and their application methods and how they relate to air tightness. Following that, there is a detailed discussion of different basement wall types and various methods of insulation, air barriers and vapour barriers.

 

The Details 1,2,3,4 Online Webinar

The Details 1,2,3,4 Online Webinar

The Details 1: This 3.5 Hour online session begins with a brief overview of the Step Code. This session then expands on metrics for home energy performance and testing methods followed by coverage of current building methods as to why they don’t work right now and why they won’t work under the Step Code. The discussion then leads to an overview of future construction practices and where the industry is going along with a review of air tightness methods and ventilation systems as a means of moisture and temperature control. Murray then explains the roles and newfound importance of good knowledgeable CEA’s. The explanation is followed by discussing air tightness, testing methods and ways of improving performance as well as vapor barrier, testing methods and ways of improving performance.

The Details 2: This 3.5 Hour online session begins with a discussion on different types of soils and the land around the house. There is an overview of their load bearing capacities and the likelihood of hydro static pressure, foundation draining and the definition of damp proofing. Murray then discusses basements and vapor control moving into full height or half height walls, and an overview of excavations for footings and foundations. This leads to a discussion regarding sealants and their application methods and how they relate to air tightness. Following that, there is a detailed discussion of different basement wall types and various methods of insulation, air barriers and vapor barriers.

The Details 3: This 3.5 Hour online session begins with an overview of window types and installation methods, discussing directions that the window industry may have to go to meet future requirements. The overview is followed by a detailed discussion about walls above grade types and their construction methods for different levels of insulation. The discussion is then lead to an overview of attic construction and insulation methods, vented VS unvented. Murray provides an overview of door installation methods, inswing VS outswing, and how that applies to air tightness when properly sealed. Following the overview there is a discussion regarding allowable deflection and how that affects rough openings for windows and windows once installed over the lifetime of the house and methods of sealing ICF windows.

The Details 4: This 3.5 Hour online session begins with a continuing discussion of ICF window installation methods. The discussion then progresses to window installation methods and how it relates to water penetration control with regards to how it relates to first and second plains of protection. Finally, Murray reviews transitions and how they affect continuity of barriers and energy performance.

 

HIABC: Top 10 Warranty Claims and How to Avoid Them

On Demand Webinar HIABC
Now available 24/7! Anywhere you have internet access!

This 3 CPD credit on demand event has been developed and will be presented by Murray Frank of Constructive Home Solutions in conjunction with the 4 New Home Warranty providers. This 3 hour session continues the tradition of BC Builder Education presented to over 30,000 construction professionals since 2004!

This session has been carefully crafted with the input of the 4 BC New Home Warranty providers and will examine the Top 10 Warranty claims in the province in detail, analyzing the problems and providing participants with the tools to avoid these costly mistakes. Click here for more course information

 

HIABC: An Introduction to the New BC Step Code for Houses Webinar

HIABC Online Webinar New BC Step Code for Houses

This 3.5 hour online session is entitled “HIABC: An Introduction to the New BC Step Code for Houses” and it will help builders understand the impact of Regulatory Reform and the introduction of the BC Step Code for Houses. The province of British Columbia has announced its strategy for increasing energy efficiency in homes with the ultimate goal that new houses will be Net Zero (or very near to it) by the year 2032. Although this may seam far away, it is also a radical change in construction technology and the plan is to work towards this goal for the industry in 5 steps. All BC building jurisdictions (except the City of Vancouver) will need to adopt each of the 5 steps as the BC Building Code governs over the next 15 years. Each BC building jurisdiction must follow the Provincial schedule but have the option of adopting subsequent steps sooner than the Province dictates. This means that builders will find different minimum energy targets (and very different construction and compliance requirements) from current codes as soon as late this year. This also means that builders must be prepared to build with possibly different energy requirements from one community to the next.

 

HIABC: The Details I Online Webinar

HIABC The Details I Online Webinar

This 3.5 Hour online session is entitled “HIABC: The Details I” and begins with a brief overview of the Step Code. This session then expands on metrics for home energy performance and testing methods followed by coverage of current building methods as to why they don’t work right now and why they won’t work under the Step Code. The discussion then leads to an overview of future construction practices and where the industry is going along with a review of air tightness methods and ventilation systems as a means of moisture and temperature control. Murray then explains the roles and newfound importance of good knowledgeable CEA’s. The explanation is followed by discussing air tightness, testing methods and ways of improving performance as well as vapour barrier, testing methods and ways of improving performance.

 

HIABC: Working with Warranty Providers Online Webinar

HIABC: Online Working with Warranty Providers

The 3 hour online session is entitled, “HIABC: Working with Warranty Providers” and it will help builders understand exactly what is expected during each of the 4 key inspections including foundations, framing, the building envelope and the final inspections. This session will be rich in photographic examples of good workmanship as well as specific examples of workmanship that does not meet the minimum requirements of the warranty providers. A review of the inspection checklists will be provided along with a brief description of the history of the development of these important tools and how builders can use them during construction to minimize the amount of work that will be required by the warranty provider to improve any sub-standard details that can occur in the construction of the modern home. http://moodle.constructivehomesolutions.com/

 

HIABC: The Details II Online Webinar

HIABC: The Details II Online Webinar

This 3.5 Hour online session is entitled “HIABC: The Details II” and begins with a discussion on different types of soils and the land around the house. There is an overview of their load bearing capacities and the likelihood of hydro static pressure, foundation draining and the definition of damp proofing. Murray then discusses basements and vapor control moving into full height or half height walls, and an overview of excavations for footings and foundations. This leads to a discussion regarding sealants and their application methods and how they relate to air tightness. Following that, there is a detailed discussion of different basement wall types and various methods of insulation, air barriers and vapour barriers.

 

HIABC: The Details III Online Webinar

HIABC: The Details III Online Webinar

This 3.5 Hour online session is entitled “HIABC: The Details III” and begins with an overview of window types and installation methods, discussing directions that the window industry may have to go to meet future requirements. The overview is followed by a detailed discussion about walls above grade types and their construction methods for different levels of insulation. The discussion is then lead to an overview of attic construction and insulation methods, vented VS unvented. Murray provides an overview of door installation methods, inswing VS outswing, and how that applies to air tightness when properly sealed. Following the overview there is a discussion regarding allowable deflection and how that affects rough openings for windows and windows once installed over the lifetime of the house and methods of sealing ICF windows.

 

HIABC: The Details IV Online Webinar

HIABC: The Details IV Online Webinar

This 3.5 Hour online session is entitled “HIABC: The Details IV” and begins with a continuing discussion of ICF window installation methods. The discussion then progresses to window installation methods and how it relates to water penetration control with regards to how it relates to first and second plains of protection. Finally, Murray reviews transitions and how they affect continuity of barriers and energy performance.

 

HIABC | Course Code Fund 1.01W | The Building Science of a Home - Part 1: Condensation and the Mechanism of Moisture Flow

HIABC On Demand Webinar 1.01W

Now available 24/7! Anywhere you have internet access!

This 1 CPD credit on demand module is Part 1 of 4 modules derived from Fundamentals 1, developed and presented by Murray Frank of Constructive Home Solutions.

In the past, changes in construction methods and materials were minor and happened infrequently. It was fine to rely on ‘trial by time’ to prove what worked.

Modern construction sees dramatically different methods and materials with changes so quick, almost every home built is unique. Only Building Science can predict accurately what will work. This session will empower you to avoid costly mistakes. This module is A focus on the role of vapour diffusion control vs. the role of airtightness in controlling condensation within Part 9 construction.Click here for more course information

Please note that while this is a standalone module, you will receive the most benefit by taking all 4 modules of this session.
 

HIABC | Course Code Fund 1.02W | The Building Science of a Home - Part 2: Ventilation and Controlling Interior Comfort and Air Quality

HIABC: On Demand Webinar 1.02W
Now available 24/7! Anywhere you have internet access!

This 1 CPD credit on demand module is Part 2 of 4 modules derived from Fundamentals 1, developed and presented by Murray Frank of Constructive Home Solutions.

Description: Mechanical ventilation is required for the control of relative humidity and the general quality of the air in the living space. Ventilation options have a direct impact on energy efficiency and this session focuses on current options for mechanical ventilation.Click here for more course information

Please note that while this is a standalone module, you will receive the most benefit by taking all 4 modules of this session.
 

HIABC | Course Code Fund 1.03W | The Building Science of a Home - Part 3: Control of Rain Penetration

HIABC: On Demand Webinar
Now available 24/7! Anywhere you have internet access!

This 1 CPD credit on demand module is Part 3 of 4 modules derived from Fundamentals 1, developed and presented by Murray Frank of Constructive Home Solutions.

Description: The pressure moderated open rain screen was described in Canada as early as the 1950’s by our fathers of building science. Ignoring their findings resulted in substantial failure in the coastal climate of BC, but as construction adopts advanced energy efficiency, the methods for control of rain penetration can also reduce the risk of condensation damage through improved system drying.Click here for more course information

Please note that while this is a standalone module, you will receive the most benefit by taking all 4 modules of this session.
 

HIABC | Course Code Fund 1.04W | The Building Science of a Home - Part 4: Air Tightness / Energy Efficiency

HIABC: On Demand Webinar 1.04W
Now available 24/7! Anywhere you have internet access!

This 1 CPD credit on demand module is Part 4 of 4 modules derived from Fundamentals 1, developed and presented by Murray Frank of Constructive Home Solutions.

Description: Integral for resisting rain penetration, noise reduction in homes, condensation and door control, and so much more, this session explores the complexity and importance of airtightness throughout the building enclosure.
Energy Efficiency:
The advantage of energy efficiency is clear, but simply adding more insulation may actually put a home at risk of failure. This session explores how to avoid unintended consequences of building energy efficient homes.Click here for more course information

Please note that while this is a standalone module, you will receive the most benefit by taking all 4 modules of this session.
 

HIABC | Course Code Fund 2.02W | Summary of Key 2012 BC Building Code Changes - Part 2: Code Changes (9.3.1 to 9.10)

HIABC: On Demand Webinar 2.02W

Now available 24/7! Anywhere you have internet access!

This 1 CPD credit on demand module is Part 2 of 3modules derived from Fundamentals 2, developed and presented by Murray Frank of Constructive Home Solutions.

Description:
Review of notable changes of the 2012 BC Building Code as follows: 9.3.1 Concrete (CSA A23.1 – 08), Termite & Decay Prevention, 9.5.5.3 Doorways to Bathrooms from Hallways Windows, Doors, Skylights & Tubular Daylight Devices (overview), 9.8 Stairways, Ramps & Handrails, and 9.10 Spacial Separation.
Click here for more course information

Please note that while this is a standalone module, you will receive the most benefit by taking all 4 modules of this session.

 

HIABC | Course Code Fund 2.03W | Summary of Key 2012 BC Building Code Changes - Part 3: Code Changes (9.13.4 to 9.36)

HIABC: On Demand Webinar 2.03W
Now available 24/7! Anywhere you have internet access!

This 1 CPD credit on demand module is Part 3 of 3 modules derived from Fundamentals 2, developed and presented by Murray Frank of Constructive Home Solutions.

Description:
Review and clarification of the changes in the 2012 BC Building Code 9.13.4 Radon Gas Provisions (including impact on regions where provisions are not required), 9.15.4 Foundation Walls, 9.19.2 Access, 9.20.17.4 Openings in Loadbearing Flat Insulating Concrete Form Walls, Lateral Load Provisions, 9.25.3.6 Air Barrier Systems in Floors-on-Ground, 9.27.4 Sealants, 9.32 Evolution of Mechanical Ventilation, and 9.36 Energy Efficiency (Introduction).Click here for more course information

Please note that while this is a standalone module, you will receive the most benefit by taking all 4 modules of this session.
 

HIABC | Course Code Fund 5.01W | Putting Windows in Their Place - Part 1: Overview of Window Installation Requirements

HIABC: On Demand Webinar 5.01

Now available 24/7! Anywhere you have internet access!

This 1 CPD credit on demand module is Part 1 of 4 modules derived from Fundamentals 5, developed and presented by Murray Frank of Constructive Home Solutions.

Description:
In this sub-section of “Putting Windows in Their Place” we will:
Present an overview of window installation requirements from references within Part 9 of the BC Building Code.
Review 2 recent Canadian studies highlighting key factors affecting water penetration and thermal performance.
Click here for more course information

Please note that while this is a standalone module, you will receive the most benefit by taking all 4 modules of this session.

 

HIABC | Course Code Fund 5.02W | Putting Windows in Their Place - Part 2: The Basics About Window And Door Installation

HIABC: On Demand Webinar 5.02

Now available 24/7! Anywhere you have internet access!

This 1 CPD credit on demand module is Part 2 of 4 modules derived from Fundamentals 5, developed and presented by Murray Frank of Constructive Home Solutions.

Description:
Locating the window within the opening includes various options for sill and sub-sill elements, attachment methods, and window load support options.
Accommodating these variables while retaining the key elements of the moisture and air barriers must be included in successful design and construction.
Click here for more course information

Please note that while this is a standalone module, you will receive the most benefit by taking all 4 modules of this session.

 

HIABC | Course Code Fund 5.03W | Putting Windows in Their Place - Part 3: Alternate Installation Details

HIABC: On Demand Webinar 5.03

Now available 24/7! Anywhere you have internet access!

This 1 CPD credit on demand module is Part 3 of 4 modules derived from Fundamentals 5, developed and presented by Murray Frank of Constructive Home Solutions.

Description:
Building up the key components of several installation details with a focus on sequencing and the fine details.
Click here for more course information

Please note that while this is a standalone module, you will receive the most benefit by taking all 4 modules of this session.

 

HIABC | Course Code Fund 5.04W | Putting Windows in Their Place - Part 4: Installation Details For Continuous Insulation And Alternate Wall Assemblies

HIABC: On Demand Webinar 5.04

Now available 24/7! Anywhere you have internet access!

This 1 CPD credit on demand module is Part 4 of 4 modules derived from Fundamentals 5, developed and presented by Murray Frank of Constructive Home Solutions.

Description:
Alternate installation details for continuous insulation and alternate wall assemblies.
A video review of performance testing underscoring the key installation detailing provisions.
Click here for more course information

Please note that while this is a standalone module, you will receive the most benefit by taking all 4 modules of this session.

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