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Continuous Insulation: Comparing Energy Efficiency and Performance

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Continuous insulation (ci) was introduced in the IBC (International Building Code) in 2006 as a new topic primarily in the northern tier climate zones. Over the course of the next two code cycles, continuous insulation has become part of the prescriptive path in all climate zones and for virtually all types of wall assemblies. This course examines different types of insulation materials commonly used as continuous insulation. Attributes that affect material use, installation, and performance within exterior wall assemblies are compared and discussed.

Sponsored By: Hunter Panels

Presented by: MacGregor Pierce, Hunter Panels

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HSW Eligibility: Yes

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