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Home Building Crossroads: Strategy to Process - Roofs
Home Building Crossroads provides residential home construction professionals a chance to discuss challenges and hear solutions from today’s leading experts, as well as network with other professionals from their region. The educational webinar series, featuring Steve Baczek of Steve Baczek Architects and Peter Yost of Building-Wright, focuses on different regions and climate zones to provide single-family residential building knowledge.

This course features a leading high-performance residential architect and building scientist who tag-team to reveal just how to design, specify, and construct roof systems that are safe, healthy, and durable. After laying out the building science principles that apply to roof assemblies, architectural details and job-site photos are used to drive home high performance in all types of roof assemblies: vented (attic and cathedral); unvented (attic and cathedral); low slope; and the impact of roof cladding types. Both speakers will focus on continuity of the four control layers in roof assemblies: water, air, vapor, and thermal. A final key aspect of this course is tuning roof assemblies to the climates we have across the United States, from cold-and-wet to hot-and-dry.

Designed for builders, contractors, code officials, HERS raters, architects, and channel partners, this event will offer one and a half (1.5) health, safety, and wellness (HSW) CE learning unit. If you are looking for AIA/CEU credits please be sure to include your AIA# on the registration page.

Jun 17, 2021 03:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Steve Baczek
President @Steve Baczek Architect
Steve Baczek is a nationally recognized architect who has designed and developed custom residential structures for over 26 years. His work is routinely found in numerous local and national media outlets. He has designed hundreds of projects across the spectrum of energy performance, comfort and durability, including many of the nation’s top energy-conscious homes. Notable projects include a handful of passive homes, such as the nation’s first certified passive house retrofit under Enerfit, numerous zero-energy homes and retrofits, and many deep energy retrofits. His commitment simply equates aesthetics and durability with high performance. In addition to his design work, he routinely provides detail and content for use in publications, books, webinars and associated education formats, most notably as the author of over 1,000 details for Green Building Advisor.
Peter Yost
President @Building-Wright