When designing and building a multifamily structure or other commercial project, outdoor railing is an important consideration. While railing’s key purpose is safety, you must also keep in mind other factors such as aesthetics, cost, and durability. The purpose of this course is to help you make the right choices for your railing project that will result in a long-lasting product that is safe, beautiful, and cost effective.
This course will discuss the overall advantages of choosing a custom-fabricated railing system built off-site compared to off-the-shelf products or locally fabricated railings. In addition to looking at the practical considerations of how different fabrication choices affect project time and budget, this course also identifies some ways to address health, safety, and building occupant welfare.
This course will introduce the learners to the performance capabilities and finish specifications used in architectural aluminum railing systems, including architectural design features available for aluminum railing fabrications, as well as introduction to specifications for punched and welded architectural aluminum railing systems. The course will also review common architectural aluminum railing system applications including balcony, roof railing, retaining walls, ramps and stairs.
Install VERSATEX - VERSAWRAP PVC One-piece column wraps in seven easy steps.
This course starts off with an overview of cable railing assemblies, and goes on to describe the different types available and the advantages. The course will also take a closer look at how the use of cable infill will affect the design of the railing frame while addressing the different end and corner post and frame design requirements. This course also looks at prefabricated cable assembly kits and all of the different components and installation ideas. Also, it takes a closer look at the idea of custom cable installations.
All of i-lighting's LED "Easy Plug" systems Each year in the United States, there are over 1 million accidents on stairs that result in injury. The stair light kits come complete with everything you need to complete the job including "Easy Plug" wiring, an LED fixture designed at a 22? angle to shine on the tread, color matched stainless steel screws and staples to neatly tie up wiring. i-lighting's stair lighting kits provide the solution to meeting code and providing a safe environment for friends and family.
It's simple to make the "Easy Plug" system a profitable extension of your business. i-lighting's revolutionary LED "Easy Plug" landscape and masonry lighting is reasonably priced and installs in half the time as traditional systems. All of our fixtures come with built in "Y" connectors, LED bulbs, stakes and poles. The entire system consists of three steps.
1. Order fixtures with "Y" connectors.
2. Order "Easy Plug" extension cable's.
3. Order the DC power supply.
All of i-lighting's LED "Easy Plug" systems simply plug together--there is no need for cutting, crimping, striping wire, or wire nutting. You get everything you need to do the job in half the time as standard systems, allowing you to profitably incorporate stair, post, landscape, and masonry lights into all of your projects.
This course introduces styles, characteristics, options, colors, and product features that are available with modular precast concrete (MPC) products. MPC requires no ongoing maintenance, can be constructed faster and costs less than masonry structures, and should be strongly considered for fence, sound wall, barrier projects and retaining solutions. Competitive advantages and differences between MPC and other systems, as well as technical aspects, code concerns and construction logistics will be discussed.
When building a deck, you have a few primary considerations to maximize its usefulness. This course looks at the following considerations: Waterproofing, Slip resistance, Splinter-proofing, Maintenance, and Aesthetics. We'll take at a look at different types of coverings, their lifespan, and advantages and disadvantages to using it for your deck covering. Finally, this course takes a closer look at installing a vinyl deck membrane, focusing on the details around the seams, drains, posts, and edges.
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