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Versico Roofing Systems

Versico Roofing Systems

Address:
1285 Ritner Highway
Carlisle, PA 17013
USA
Phone: 800-992-7663
Fax: 717-960-4036
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  • The one-hour session will cover the energy impact of roof color based on various geographic regions along with a review of the performance trade-offs and other considerations that go into a sustainable roofing system design.


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  • Course will describe the many benefits of using a white reflective PVC roofing membrane for the benefit of saving energy and reducing the use of fossil fuels. The decision of which buildings to use PVC roofs will be discussed on how the uses tie into the building use to minimize occupant disruption.


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    Tuesday, November 3, 2020 at 12:00 EST (UTC-05:00) Webinar Jeff Sommer
  • The one-hour session will cover options on how to go beyond a manufacturer’s specification to incorporate durable products and roofing assemblies. A review of membranes, insulations, cover boards, and insulation attachments will all be considered. In addition, time will be spent discussing energy performance of the roof assembly and materials, a review of energy analysis comparing different roof assemblies and various color membranes associated to geographic locations, and the potential impact on the building performance.


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  • In this program the participants will learn about the physical characteristics of the different types of fleece backed single-ply membranes including; EPDM, TPO, PVC, and KEE HP, as well as gain an understanding of the benefits of the addition of fleece to the membrane. Benefits of two-part urethane adhesive will be discussed including; reducing VOC and adhesive order risks, product performance, the different methods of application, and packaging. We will review case studies on new construction, reroofing options, discuss the benefits to the building owner, as well as the sustainability and durability of this roofing assembly.


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  • This course reviews the basics of TPO roofing systems and discusses the latest in TPO roofing technology and performance improvements. TPO membrane is the most widely used low slope roofing material in North America, accounting for more than half of all low slope roofs installed each year, and thus it is of utmost importance that designers are familiar with TPO membrane and roofing systems. The course also discusses new products, systems, and accessories that have been developed to enhance the securement, longevity, and speed of application of these roof systems. Finally, the course discusses how to specify TPO roof systems to meet building codes, life safety requirements, environmental and sustainability goals, and building owner protection requirements.


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  • This presentation will go over the basics of edge metal, describe the importance of the perimeter edge in relation to the total roof system, explain the history behind metal roof edge standards such as ANSI/SPRI/ES-1, detail updates to roof edge standards, and explain performance and test ratings/protocol.


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  • This one-hour session will included topics ranging from industry issues, such as enhanced roofing system design options to trends within the market including ANSI/SPRI ES-1 for metal edging, ASCE 7, and the International Building Code, as well as roof system warranties. This presentation will focus on the role single-ply membrane plays in todays roofing market and its impact on tomorrows roof system performance


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  • Course will describe Insulation and it's associated applications in commercial low-slope roofing related to energy efficient design, fire resistance, code compliance and enhancing building resiliency.


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  • The building envelope consists of all exterior components of a building –roof, walls, below-grade waterproofing, windows, skylights, and so on. When looking at these components it is important that each one be taken into consideration to prevent moisture or air from migrating into the building. The envelope is a portion. This presentation aims to educate the participants on the importance of the building envelope and how the individual components contained within the system must be designed, and constructed to ensure a long lasting, energy efficient building.


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  • This presentation is designed to help architects, specifiers, consultants and building owners understand the primary reasons why they may want to upgrade to an EPDM rubber roof. A basic understanding of available commercial roofing options is helpful but not absolutely necessary to gain insight from this program.


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  • In the industry there is a need to sort out the confusion between the building codes, uplift rated assemblies, and warranties by explaining what each offers and how they should be considered. To understand the building code, we need to review how uplift is determined and the industry accepted rating method of roofing assemblies for comparison. After understanding the code criteria, how a roofing warranty wind speed coverage is regarded by the industry and building code will be reviewed to assist in clarification.


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  • Review the importance of completing the building envelop to control moisture, vapor, air and thermal. Not controlling air movement within the roofing system will impact will cause condensation issues and reduce the building energy efficiency.


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  • Designing for Performance is based on singly-ply roofing installation conditions that provide the best practice approaches to installations enhancements,including case studies and slides showing conditions and remedies. The presentation provides an overview of areas of single-ply roof systems design including but not limited to: Industry concerns, Metal Edging, Air Infiltration, Flashings, Membrane Securement, Insulation Adhesion, Membrane Adhesion, Insulation Options and Membrane Details.


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  • This presentation will detail the benefits provided by daylighting, discuss where skylighting fits in a world of LEDs, describe the basics of how evaluate daylighting potential in a building, review various types of units and glazings, and discuss accessories options available to meet standards such as VSH and fall protection.


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  • The goal of tapered roof insulation systems is to reduce or eliminate the amount of ponding/standing water on the finished membrane when the roof deck does not provide adequate slope. Draining the water in a timely and efficient manner minimizes the adverse effects that ponding/standing water can have on completed roof membranes. A properly designed tapered roof insulation system, not only provides the positive drainage needed but also helps extend the life of the roof membrane, and provides thermal value as well thus reducing the heating and cooling expenses of the building owner.


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  • Building envelope systems and continuous air barriers have gained prevalence in the marketplace with inclusion into building and energy codes over the last decade. This presentation aims to bring awareness of code requirements as they relate to building envelop components and systems, and shed light on common material misconceptions. Additionally, this presentation will focus on the all-important tie-in junctions which have been known to cause confusion resulting in leaky buildings and system failure. We will discuss tie-in design considerations, known product incompatibilities, as well as tie-in installation best practices.


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  • Over the past several years, the building envelope concept has been well promoted and established as a means for energy efficiency and building performance. With the vast product offerings available today comes confusion and misinformation. Building designers are often left guessing about product compatibility and proper design, leading to the potential of costly failures. The focus of this presentation is to dive deeper, beyond the concept, and into proper building envelope design. The presentation aims to educated attendees on proper product selection and performance characteristics, codes and testing, and proper tie-in detailing to ensure a continuous air seal.


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  • This presentation will bring knowledge of roof system design considerations when dealing with cold storage applications. The presenter will discuss various types of cold storage application techniques and provide insight on the importance of understanding internal climate zones and how they may impact design considerations for the roof system assembly.


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  • This presentation discusses how a designer should select a roof assembly that meets the building code by focusing on materials, roof assemblies, and workmanship. With these steps followed, we can then overlay the assembly with the warranty coverage as listed in master specification. It must be understood, roof warranties are viewed as relative life expectancy of the roof system. Unfortunately, most often the warranty coverage is not based on the offered duration, so the roof assembly could potentially have little relationship to sustainability. The purpose of this presentation is to educate specifiers on how warranties can be phrased. Highlighted will be warranty language taken from different unnamed manufacturer’s warranties, to offer examples for guidance on what to watch for. With this information, the specifier can guide the building owner away from focusing on warranties and more on building code certification, quality materials, proper assemblies, and verifiable workmanship.


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  • Vegetated roofing system provide many benefits to the man-made built environment. This presentation will explain these benefits while exploring the different design considerations, components needed and guidelines that need to be followed for a success installation that will perform as intended.


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  • Advances in product technology and building codes/standards in combination have created unforeseen consequence with moisture migration from different sources entering into the roof assembly effecting long-term performance of the assembly. How the moisture moved into the assembly, the results, and the overlooked details shall be reviewed and how to mitigate or corrected these concerns prior to installation.


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  • With all the outside forces affecting building construction, such as the International Code Council, economic changes, and Green Standards, to name a few, it is no wonder that some decking material has conflicted with interfacing of the roofing assemblies. Though these materials are permitted by the building code, the weakness of the material to hold a fastener or adhesive for roofing jeopardizes the expected performance of the roofing assembly. To avoid concerns about long-term performance, it is important to understand the types of decking materials, there limitations, and how to improve architectural specification wording to meet code and long-term performance.


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