Design, spec and build high performance wall assemblies

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October 14 in Madison

October 15 in La Crosse

Presenter: Peter Yost, Principal and Vice President of Technical Services, BuildingGreen, Inc.

ON-LOCATION RESIDENTIAL COURSE

There are ways to insulate, air seal and weather protect the core of exterior walls without breaking the bank, your back or your brain. We'll explain the principles to use when selecting all working elements of building assemblies: framing and sheathing, insulation, water resistive barriers and air sealing. Learn more and register today.

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