Advanced Framing: Quality Building with Less Lumber
September 28 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
AIA Long Beach / South Bay Committee on the Environment (COTE) & Southern California Edison, a Collaborative Partnership
Most houses are built with a surplus of wood framing that isn’t structurally necessary. Reducing that volume of wood means less cost and more insulation, especially in wall assemblies. The course will go over the basics of wood framing, then take you beyond typical framing practices and why alternatives are important. We’ll cover framing technical terms like “O.C.,” Cripple, Trimmer, etc. and delve into alternative systems such as Structural Insulated Panels (SIPS). We’ll discuss Framing Factors and how they affect your energy compliance report. This course will also cover the origin of Advanced Framing and why it’s a great choice when framing buildings with wood, even with exterior clad insulation.
- Understand residential framing basics
- Learn ways to use the minimum amount of lumber to get the job done
- Understand Framing Factors and how they affect Energy Design Rating (EDR)/ T-24 Compliance
- The Advanced Framing savings potential in lumber, time, and money
Kliewer & Assoc.
Ron Kliewer started out framing houses and remodeling, became a contractor / customer home builder, constructing innovative homes with a small crew from dirt to doorknob. He has built everything from an outhouse to a nuclear power plant, wearing many hats, including framer, electrician, plumber, special inspector, project manager, building scientist, and general contractor. Very early his interest in energy efficiency took him down the rabbit hole into the world of building science, working with Bonneville Power Admin., SCE, EPRI, SCAQMD and others with energy research projects. He has obtained various certifications, including BPI, ACI, SUPAFLU and IR certifications.
THIS PROGRAM WILL BE PRESENTED ON ZOOM. WEBINAR LOG-IN LINK WILL BE INCLUDED IN YOUR CONFIRMATION OF REGISTRATION EMAIL FROM EVENTBRITE.
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