ENERGY CONSERVATION CONSTRUCTION
Based on the International Residential Code
Energy conservation isn’t all about insulation and the energy code. Choices made throughout the entire design and construction process can have an impact on the performance of the home. The IRC provides a variety of options to meet code that can have different energy impacts. With a little thought, even “minimum code” can add up to lots of saved energy. Learn how to keep energy in mind through out the whole construction process, long before the insulation crew arrives.
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Objectives: Upon completion of this course, attendees will…
- Understand code provisions that reduce thermal bridges and increase insulation in the exterior envelope, such as single-ply and box headers, as well as single top plate construction and 24-inch-on-center wall spacing.
- Think outside the box about how various trades can enhance energy performance.
- Learn the complexities of providing certain air barriers and why they are essential to thermal performance.
Continuing Education Units: Approved for 0.5 Preferred Provider CEUs from the International Code Council (ICC).
Course Instructor: Glenn Mathewson, MCP
Code Edition(s): 2018 International Residential Code
- Rafters & Trusses
- Air Barriers
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