During the past 20 years, the building sector has seen a significant shift around the use of continuous insulation (CI). Evolving from what was once perceived as an advanced greenbuilding, high-efficiency option, CI is now a standard method and materials practice across most climatic regions. This course will discuss what continuous insulation is, the driver behind its rise, performance benefits, codes and standards, and current material solutions.
Learn how and why USA Insulation has become the standard bearer, as well as the largest and most profitable provider in the retro fit insulation category. Get more information about franchises and build your business today.
You may have a long career in the remodeling field with experience in different facets of the industry. The next logical step in your career path is to become the owner of a company. Learn how unique the residential retro fit insulation business is, the affordability of a USA Insulation franchise, and how it provides the income and lifestyle that accompany business ownership.
Learn why retrofit insulation as a USA Insulation franchise may be the most appealing opportunity you didn't know about. Retrofit insulation is the process of applying non-expanding injection foam into exterior wall cavities - increase your client's homes' energy efficiency by as much as 35% and reduce outside noise.
This course is designed to increase your knowledge of extruded aluminum trim systems as applied to multifamily building construction. The course will cover multifamily design trends, ways to create a modern aesthetic with aluminum trims, available aluminum trim options, and three case studies related to multifamily construction with extruded aluminum trim systems.
This course will review the primary considerations for steel window & door systems, and will focus on materials and methods that influence performance and longevity. Some of the topics covered include types of steel, sustainability of steel, rust protection methods, profile construction methods, finishing methods, glazing methods, and energy efficiency methods.
With multiple color finishes and style options, hear the many reasons why James Hardie was chosen for this community development project. This siding provides protection under harsh conditions and contributes to low-cost, energy-efficient homes.
Solutions that offer design flexibility. The RevealÂ® Panel System by James Hardie can be utilized to create an effective, modern, durable, panelized look.
The dramatic aging of the U.S. population in coming decades is expected to have important implications for the home remodeling industry. Of the over 25 million households age 65 and over today, the Joint Center estimates that 44 percent have some need for home accessibility features due to disability or difficulty using components of the home, such as kitchen or bathroom facilities.
The AARP HomeFit Guide was created to help people stay in the home they love by turning where they live into a â€ślifelong home,â€ť suitable for themselves and anyone in their household. The guide offers solutions that range from simple do-it-yourself fixes to improvements that require skilled expertise.