Credit Hours: 6
Why do perfectly good houses sometimes go bad?
This course is delivered in our stunning OnDemand video lecture format. With OnDemand video lectures, you have the ability to access professional instruction anytime and anywhere you have an Internet connection! Filled with studio and “onsite” video learning objectives, this OnDemand course engages, enlightens, and entertains!
We will take you on a building physics adventure explaining in easy to understand terms how houses work and more importantly why perfectly good houses sometimes go bad. You will learn the critical role new construction materials play in reduced building tolerances and why that creates huge problems. Find out, for example, what types of insulation materials are effective and what are not. Older homes will be explored as well. You’ll learn the many advantages and pitfalls of replacement windows and new energy efficient siding products along with air quality and cleansing technologies. Helpful tips will enable you to communicate more intelligently and effectively with increasingly sophisticated homeowners.
No more dealing with individualized parts of the house, this class provides the whole picture. Taught by a respected instructor through OnDemand video lectures, this is a class not to be overlooked. Get the answers to help your clients make decisions and the information to help you compete in the current market.
The course category is elective