Polymer Trims and Mouldings Deliver on Style, Beauty, and Durability

Exterior building products should be easy to work with and offer design flexibility, durability, and low maintenance. Cellular polymer trim and moulding provides a finished look, playing a key role in tying together building elements such as eaves, windows, doors, corners, and columns.

These architectural elements increase curb appeal, add visual interest, and protect edges and openings from the elements. Cellular polymer trim and mouldings provide these attributes because they are impervious to moisture and do not need paint for protection.

This course will cover the safety, durability, and performance benefits of cellular polymer trim and moulding, as well as best practices for meeting code and safety standards.

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Is It Time You Considered Fiber Cement Siding?

Durability, aesthetics, maintenance and affordability are some of the many reasons to consider fiber cement siding. Learn more about the many benefits in this Industry Perspective.

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Advanced Rainscreen Design for Moisture Management

This course will explore different types of rainscreens. We will look at systems that are non-structural, structural, and proprietary. This course will cover an overview of these rainscreen examples and technical details for specific construction types such as wood framed, steel framed, and masonry walls. It will review the rationale behind good rainscreen design and some of the design requirements stipulated by codes, standards and best practice references.

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Designing Architectural Wall Panels as Rainscreens That Better Account for Wind (Print Course)

Moisture intrusion in a wall system can cause building defects, as well as health ailments for building occupants, making rainscreens a very important tool in water mitigation.

This course will review causes of moisture intrusion, specifically forces that drive rainwater into a building. We will identify rainscreen technologies, testing standards for rainscreens, the importance of considering wind loads and how commercial architectural wall panels can be used as a rainscreen.

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Finish a Home Beautifully

LP ArmorStrand featuring Dryvit TAFS3 is an innovative system that represents an alternative to traditional stucco applications.

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A Homeowner Story: James Hardie Re-side Project

See what a James Hardie re-side project is like from the perspective of these homeowners.

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James Hardie Homeowner Story: St. Paul, MN

A homeowner in St. Paul, MN turned to James Hardie products to refresh her 102-year old wood house while maintaining its historical integrity.

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James Hardie Advantages vs Engineered Wood Siding

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.

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Why this Contractor Chooses James Hardie (Twin Cities)

Learn why this Minnesota contractor chooses James Hardie products over wood-based products: dimensional stability with the look of wood.

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Taking a Contracting Business to the Next Level

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.

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