New Construction Seminar Programs: Our new presentations on RESTORATION, SEALANTS, and AIR BARRIERS have been pre-approved and sponsored through the Masonry Institute of Washington as an authorized continuing education provider.
Joint sealants and Air Barriers are a critical part of any building. While they represent only a small portion of the total construction budget, failed joint sealants are responsible for water intrusion and related damage that results in millions of dollars in litigation every year. Having an understanding of the performance characteristics of sealants and the ability to identify and understand sealant failures
Our new presentation outlines discusses methods for avoiding or correcting construction defects and quality masonry restoration.
Learning Objectives in our Sealant Seminar:
- Become familiar with the different types of joint sealant failures and explain why sealants fail.
- Identify procedures used to evaluate sealant performance in the joint.
- Identify the types of problems that poor sealant installation creates in buildings.
- Understand sealant composition, mechanism of action,performance characteristics and how to avoid the three most widely experienced joint failures.
The program titles and credit hours are listed below as well as the program number affiliated. And yes, they are all eligible for HSW credit as well.
Cleaning and Sealing for Brick and Block – CSB406 – 1.5 credit hours
- Determining the Cause of Joint Failure
- Construction Sealant Aesthetics
- Sealants – Construction Solutions
Sealants – LBLN30 – 2 credit hours
- Sealants in Construction
- Sealants for Structural and Protective Glazing
- Sealants and Coatings for Building Restoration
To schedule a Seminar please contact: The Masonry Institute of Washington • 10607 NE 38th Place; Building 18, Suite A • Kirkland, WA 98033 • (425) 828-0433 • www.MasonryInstitute.com