Armatherm™ has partnered with Hanley Wood to offer an informative webinar on the subject of thermal bridging. Developed to educate architects, this will provide an opportunity to earn important CEU credits, necessary to continue practicing within the architectural profession.
Hanley Wood is one of several websites where thousands of architects, builders, contractors, engineers and other construction professionals go to fulfil their continuing education and professional training requirements free of charge; and Armatherm™ is proud to be offering a thermal break seminar in partnership with the Hanley Wood team.
Armatherm™ thermal break products are intrinsic to ensuring structures are as energy efficient as possible. This is more important than ever with recent government legislations and energy codes coming in to play. The Energy Performance of Buildings Directive requires all new buildings to be nearly zero-energy by the end of 2020, meaning it’s imperative for architects to be aware of the most innovative methods available to meet this target.
The Armatherm™ course, worth 1 CEU, provides an overview of thermal bridging, discussing the reason why it occurs, as well as how it can be prevented, assisting architects to define thermal bridging, describe why it occurs and explain the effects.
To enroll in the course or for more information, visit http://bit.ly/2G6fU56.