New Options for Insulating and Venting Wood Framed Sloped Roofs – Presented By Huber Engineered Woods
Presented by Huber Engineered Woods – March 31, 2021 – 1:00pm ET/12:00pm CT– AIA 1 LU/HSW
A comprehensive overview of the control layers of a wood-framed sloped roof assembly. New code provisions will be discussed for high-performance, green and sustainable building practices. The differences between ventilated and unventilated assembly requirements will be defined. In conclusion, a review of the emerging 2018 code provisions will be done as well as a comparison of different methods to providing continuous and integrated air, water, and thermal barrier.
PROGRAM LEARNING OBJECTIVES
At the end of this course, participants should be able to:
- 1. Explain the primary functions of a wood-framed sloped roof including four primary, code-based barriers for high performance, green and sustainable buildings.
2. Define the common options for wood-framed sloped roofs related to ventilation, insulation, and current (2015) code requirements.
3. Review the emerging research and 2018 code provisions that address new variations in unvented wood-framed sloped roof assemblies.
4. Compare some of the different methods for providing continuous and integrated air, water, and thermal barriers in roof assemblies.
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