Residential structures are being built in vastly different ways today than in past decades, incorporating new materials, techniques, and assemblies. These changes have dramatically altered the way buildings interact with their surrounding environment. Understanding that interaction requires a working knowledge of building science. This half-day workshop is designed to provide builders, designers, and code officials with an introduction to building science principles and practices as they relate to the building envelope and current IRC provisions.
8:30 AM - 1:00 PM
4 continuing education credit hours awarded.