In-Person Event | On Top of Roofing: Understanding What’s Over Your Head
May 18 @ 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
On Top of Roofing: Understanding What’s Over Your Head
PDH | 1
A typical roof can be riddled with tricky transitions, especially when marrying steep and low slope roofs. Transitions not only need to consider the integration of different materials, but also the continuity of the control layers—water, air, thermal, and vapor. There are a few tricky transition areas that can be overlooked or improperly detailed in the design process, and are sometimes left for the contractor to “figure out.” Some of these overlooked and underappreciated details include steep-slope to low-slope integration, rising walls, clerestories, parapets, drainage, and ventilation. We’ll consider the risks associated with getting it wrong and review ways to get it right.
- Newton’s law of gravity: Water flows downhill but what about air?
- Understanding attics via the 2nd Law of Thermodynamics – heat build-up, ventilation, & condensation.
- Dealing with water in the air… and knowing when to worry about it.
- Discuss requirements to manage moisture, air, vapor, and thermal continuity
- Leveraging the chimney effect for effective attic ventilation.
Date | Wednesday, May 18, 2022
Location | Plumsteadville Inn, 5902 Easton Rd., Pipersville PA
- 5:30 – 6:30 PM | Social Hour
- 6:30 – 7:30 PM | Session Presentation and Dinner
- Member | $35
- Non-Member | $45
All dinners are served with salad, soft drinks, coffee, tea, and dessert. Cash bar available.
- Chicken Francese
- Broiled Salmon
- Vegetarian Stir Fry
- Registration closes on Monday, May 16.
- Click here to register online or contact Chapter Secretary Dick Ludwig email@example.com at 215-368-3434.
- Payment will be collected on the day of the event. Forms of payment accepted | Cash or Check (Payable to Bucks County Chapter).
*This educational activity has been evaluated and accredited by the Pennsylvania Society of Professional Engineers to meet continuing education license requirements in New York. The PDH is good for PA continuing education requirements and should be applicable for NJ continuing education requirements. To confirm acceptance of this PDH outside of NY, please consult that state’s licensure board.
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Questions | Please contact Dell, Bucks County Treasurer.