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Burnt Umber (60 percent) and Cinnabar (40 percent)

Burnt Umber (60 percent) and Castle Gray (40 percent)

Burnt Umber (60 percent) and Graphite (40 percent)

Burnt Umber (60 percent) and Ipe (40 percent)

Burnt Umber (60 percent) and Rosewood (40 percent)

Burnt Umber (60 percent) and Tudor Brown (40 percent)

Burnt Umber (60 percent) and Warm Sienna (40 percent)

Cinnabar (60 percent) and Burnt Umber (40 percent)

Cinnabar (60 percent) and Castle Gray (40 percent)

Cinnabar (60 percent) and Graphite (40 percent)

Cinnabar (60 percent) and Ipe (40 percent)

Cinnabar (60 percent) and Rosewood (40 percent)

Cinnabar (60 percent) and Tudor Brown (40 percent)

Cinnabar (60 percent) and Warm Sienna (40 percent)

Graphite (60 percent) and Burnt Umber (40 percent)

Graphite (60 percent) and Cinnabar (40 percent)

Graphite (60 percent) and Castle Gray (40 percent)

Graphite (60 percent) and Ipe (40 percent)

Graphite (60 percent) and Rosewood (40 percent)

Graphite (60 percent) and Tudor Brown (40 percent)

Graphite (60 percent) and Warm Sienna (40 percent)

Warm Sienna (60 percent) and Burnt Umber (40 percent)

Warm Sienna (60 percent) and Cinnabar (40 percent)

Warm Sienna (60 percent) and Castle Gray (40 percent)

Warm Sienna (60 percent) and Graphite (40 percent)

Warm Sienna (60 percent) and Ipe (40 percent)

Warm Sienna (60 percent) and Rosewood (40 percent)

Warm Sienna (60 percent) and Tudor Brown (40 percent)

Castle Gray (60 percent) and Burnt Umber (40 percent)

Castle Gray (60 percent) and Cinnabar (40 percent)

Castle Gray (60 percent) and Graphite (40 percent)

Castle Gray (60 percent) and Ipe (40 percent)

Castle Gray (60 percent) and Rosewood (40 percent)

Castle Gray (60 percent) and Tudor Brown (40 percent)

Castle Gray (60 percent) and Warm Sienna (40 percent)

Ipe (60 percent) and Burnt Umber (40 percent)

Ipe (60 percent) and Cinnabar (40 percent)

Ipe (60 percent) and Castle Gray (40 percent)

Ipe (60 percent) and Graphite (40 percent)

Ipe (60 percent) and Rosewood (40 percent)

Ipe (60 percent) and Tudor Brown (40 percent)

Ipe (60 percent) and Warm Sienna (40 percent)

Rosewood (60 percent) Burnt Umber (40 percent)

Rosewood (60 percent) Cinnabar (40 percent)

Rosewood (60 percent) Castle Gray (40 percent)

Rosewood (60 percent) Graphite (40 percent)

Rosewood (60 percent) Ipe (40 percent)

Rosewood (60 percent) Tudor Brown (40 percent)

Rosewood (60 percent) Warm Sienna (40 percent)

Tudor Brown (60 percent) and Burnt Umber (40 percent)

Tudor Brown (60 percent) and Cinnabar (40 percent)

Tudor Brown (60 percent) and Castle Gray (40 percent)

Tudor Brown (60 percent) and Graphite (40 percent)

Tudor Brown (60 percent) and Rosewood (40 percent)

Tudor Brown (60 percent) and Ipe (40 percent)

Tudor Brown (60 percent) and Warm Sienna (40 percent)


CEU-ELIGIBLE Courses

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Wood-plastic Composite Cladding for Sustainable Rain Screen Systems

Rain has been cited as the most important thing to control in wall construction. Rain screen systems have, for over five decades, proven to be highly effective in this regard. Following an analysis of moisture management issues and rain screen systems, this free, CEU-eligible course then identifies the unique attributes of wood-plastic composites (WPC) for use in rain screen applications. It concludes with a detailed description of how WPC cladding should be applied and fastened in rain screen systems.

This course contains sustainable design information, and qualifies for 1.0 LU/HSW Hour. Offered by AEC Daily. Sponsored by Fiberon.



Wood/Plastic Composite and PVC Decking: Sustainable Exterior Surfaces

Composite decking reflects the beauty of natural and exotic hardwood and offers many advantages over wood decking. This free, CEU-eligible course discusses the features, installation practices, applications, and environmental benefits of using wood/plastic composite and PVC decking materials for residential and commercial design projects.

This course qualifies for 1.0 LU/HSW Hour. Offered by AEC Daily. Sponsored by Fiberon.

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