BUILDING CODES FOR BUILDING DECKS
Course 1 of 4
THE EXISTING STRUCTURE
This course is the first of four parts in the Building Codes for Building Decks series and focuses on how a new deck will interact with an existing site and house. Building, plumbing, mechanical, electrical, and fuel-gas systems and codes must all be considered when designing a deck to effectively work with a home.
This course is approximately 3.0 hours and approved for 0.30 CEU from the International Code Council and 3.0 HSW LU from the American Institute of Architects.
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Objectives: Upon completion of this course, attendees will…
- Know how to identify building systems and components located on the exterior of a typical home.
- Learn how to safely design a deck that will work with emergency escape and rescue windows.
- Understand the various ways an improperly designed deck can negatively and hazardously affect building systems of the existing structure.
- Realize how a deck can affect requirements for windows.
Course Approvals and Credits
- Exclusive, recommended education for the North American Deck and Railing Association (NADRA) Master Deck Professional-Code Certification
- 0.30 Preferred Provider CEU from the International Code Council (ICC)
- 3.0 HSW LU from the American Institute of Architects (AIA)
Course Instructor: Glenn Mathewson, MCP
Code Edition: 2021 International Residential Code
- Code Administration
- Research & Planning
- Landings at Doors
- Obstructions at the Ledger
- Safety Glazing
- Electrical Equipment
- Escape and Rescue
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