Architects and Specifiers
Introducing The Home Office Webinar Series
Architects, to support your ongoing training and continuing education needs in these changing times, GAF has launched The On-Demand Home Office Webinar Series. This series will allow you to stay current with system design and performance, and earn your needed HSW credits, all from the comfort of your home.
Revisit the past episodes in the Home Office Webinar Series, and earn CEU credits that contribute towards AIA HSW CEUs, IIBEC CEHs, or BOMA points.
TPO performance that's proven to stand the test of time
Continuing education for AIA credit
|On Demand Webinars: GAF Building & Roofing Science “Home Office” Series||Continuing Education Center Webinar||You can earn up to 1.5 AIA HSW CEU credits for each of the eight recorded live events. A total of 10.5 CEU credits will be available in the complete GAF Building and Roofing Sciences “Home Office” Webinar Series.||VIEW DETAILS|
|Addressing Moisture Durability and Energy Performance in Roof Assemblies||Continuing Education Center Webinar||A Critical Review of Multiple Voluntary Green Building Certifications||VIEW DETAILS|
|Commercial Rooftop Solar: Maximizing a Stellar Opportunity||Continuing Education Center Webinar||Expanding Solar Power Generation through Design||VIEW DETAILS|
|Cool Roofing for Cool Climates||Continuing Education Center Article||TPO and PVC membrane reflective roofs continue to prove their effectiveness in all climate zones, debunking myths that cool roofing is only suitable in warm environments||VIEW DETAILS|
|Parapets—Continuity of Control Layers||Continuing Education Center Article||Parapet continuity of detailing required to manage moisture, air, vapor and thermal performance, as well as wind resistance requirements at the critical wall-to-roof interface.||VIEW DETAILS|
|Parapet Predicaments and Roof Edge Conundrums||Continuing Education Center Webinar||Discuss requirements to manage moisture, air, vapor and thermal continuity.||VIEW DETAILS|
|Retrofit Single-Ply Roof Systems over Metal Panel Roofs||Continuing Education Center Webinar||What are current market practices, best practices and industry concerns for wind resistance?||VIEW DETAILS|
|R-Value Optimization for Low-Slope Roofs||Continuing Education Center Webinar||Are you getting what you paid for?||VIEW DETAILS|
|Air Barriers And Vapor Retarders: The Conundrum||AEC Daily Online Course||This presentation provides the practical side to the AB/VR discussion and identifies common VRs and ABs, how they're installed, and why AB/VR approaches vary according to the type of construction and building use.||VIEW DETAILS|
|Building Energy Efficiency & Roof Design||AEC Daily Online Course||This course examines how the roof of a building—one of the few parts of a building envelope that undergoes periodic replacement—impacts energy efficiency. It also explores how roof design can be a key contributor to meeting both sustainability and energy operating cost goals.||VIEW DETAILS|
|Low Slope Roofing: Why Choose Thermoplastic Single-Ply Roofing Systems?||AEC Daily Online Course||With a focus on commercial roofing systems, this course explores the drawbacks of traditional asphaltic roofing, as well as the advantages and disadvantages of single-ply roofing systems and their attachment technologies||VIEW DETAILS|
|Single-Ply Roofing Systems Exposed||AEC Daily Online Course||This course reviews the most prevalent membranes and describes the advantages and disadvantages of EPDM, PVC, and TPO. An overview of attachment methods is presented as well as a discussion of single-ply system strength, cool roof benefits, and condensation issues from a building science perspective.||VIEW DETAILS|
|Steep Slope Roofing: Ventilation Solutions||AEC Daily Online Course||This course discusses principles of proper ventilation in houses with steep-slope roofing—from the science behind moisture and airflow to the products used to assist ventilation through a structure.||VIEW DETAILS|
Interested in a Lunch & Learn for AIA Credit?
Call GAF Architectural Information Services (AIS) at 1-800-522-9224 or email at AIS@gaf.com