School of Hard Knocks: Controlling Moisture & Humidity in Buildings (Dual), 3.0 PDHs (AIA)

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School of Hard Knocks: Controlling Moisture & Humidity in Buildings (Dual), 3.0 PDHs (AIA)

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$50.00

This course shows how dry buildings are healthier and more resilient, comfortable and energy-efficient than damp or moldy buildings. Dry buildings have better indoor air quality, and also cost less to operate, last longer, and hold less financial and professional risk for their designers and builders, given that moisture problems are the leading cause of claims against errors and omissions insurance of architects, engineers and contractors 3.0 PDHs. AIA approved.

Type: Individual Course

Non-Member Price: $50.00

Member Price: $42.00

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This course shows how dry buildings are healthier and more resilient, comfortable and energy-efficient than damp or moldy buildings. Dry buildings have better indoor air quality, and also cost less to operate, last longer, and hold less financial and professional risk for their designers and builders, given that moisture problems are the leading cause of claims against errors and omissions insurance of architects, engineers and contractors. Based on decades of experience of designers, contractors and building owners, this course provides a wealth of lessons learned the hard way about moisture and humidity-related imperatives of design, both architectural and mechanical, and about moisture issues in construction and operation. The result of collaboration between the members of ASHRAE's Technical Committee 1.12 (Moisture Management in Buildings) and the Indoor Environments Division of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, this course uses case histories to illustrate and summarize what works, what doesn't and why. (Dual), 3.0 PDHs. AIA approved. The course can be subscribed to independently, as part of the Building Performance Course Package, or HVAC Design and Operation Library.

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