Based on the millennial design preferences, designers and building professionals must specify products that attract this generation to the space. In this course, we will examine the impact of the millennial generation to multifamily space design and how extruded aluminum trim can provide design aesthetic, while being a smart choice economically.
Polyurethane products are used in almost every aspect of a building from flooring to the roof, and they are an important component in building design. This material is used in application for decorative exterior and interior millwork components that have traditionally been made of wood or stone. These exterior or interior millwork features play an important role in gaining a customer’s interest through visual first impressions of a building project.
With today’s focus on green materials, detailing needs to meet both an architectural design aesthetic and sustainability requirements. Specifying extruded aluminum trim for use with fiber cement siding is one instance where a knowledge of detailing can contribute to both. This course will identify the sustainability features of extruded aluminum architectural trim as well as its benefits, design options and moisture management considerations.
LP ArmorStrand featuring Dryvit TAFS3 is an innovative system that represents an alternative to traditional stucco applications.
This course is designed to increase your knowledge of extruded aluminum trim systems as applied to interior applications.
The course will cover aluminum trim features, ways to create a modern aesthetic with aluminum trims, available aluminum trim profiles and finish options, specific installation methods, and considerations for working with extruded aluminum trim 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.
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 cover why you should use manufactured stone veneer, including its features and benefits, as well as design and installation considerations for the product.
It will explain the dry cast thin veneer manufacturing process and technology, as opposed to wet cast thin veneer, and the differences that lie between the two.
Watch this video to see how Fypon products were used to bring this front porch back to life and give it a classic touch.
Team up with Fypon for the industry’s most comprehensive selection of moulding and millwork products, let them customize a plan for you that will add exterior and interior beauty to your project.
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