This course discusses some basic building science fundamentals, while looking at specific code requirements in the IRC, IBC and the international energy conservation code. It addresses why some of the trade-offs and differences exist between those two sets of code requirements. Lastly, we'll work through an example and the decision making process to determine the continuous insulation and vapor retarder requirements for a project in a specific climate zone.
Having full visibility into the costs that go into managing your fleet can increase productivity and your bottom line. Read how to reduce your fleet’s expenses, increase productivity and improve customer service all while keeping your drivers safer.
While wood-frame floor systems have maintained fairly consistent design standard for years, there remains a persistent issue with squeaks, pops and uneven flooring that may be the result of a combination of sub-par subflooring products or installation. This course discusses subfloor assembly components and the high-performance standards and product innovations from frame to finish that are helping change the quality feel and sound of flooring systems.
This CEU will give learners an overview of alternative exterior trim products, while exploring the differences between the various types of alternative trim products available in today’s market. This course also compares different product attributes of exterior trim products. It will include information on the manufacturing processes, aesthetics, installation, maintenance and warranties.
Is your time spent in the most productive manner to propel your business forward? It’s simple: When the leader grows, the business grows. Learn how investing energy into yourself can brighten the future of your business and improve your bottom line.
See what a James Hardie re-side project is like from the perspective of these homeowners.
A homeowner in St. Paul, MN turned to James Hardie products to refresh her 102-year old wood house while maintaining its historical integrity.
A complete James Hardie exterior offers distinct advantages over wood-based siding products, such as engineered wood siding. Here's why... Engineered wood siding products fall short when it comes to key measures of siding performance.
Learn why this Minnesota contractor chooses James Hardie products over wood-based products: dimensional stability with the look of wood.
Support your business growth with hands-on training. With the James Hardie Contractor Alliance program hone skills, elevate your marketing efforts, increase profits and stay one step ahead.