Installing Fenestration in Exterior Insulated Walls
Course Description Fenestration openings are a critical component of a building envelope, especially in present-day sustainable, energy-efficient buildings. Building envelopes play an important role in controlling the movement of heat, bulk water, and water vapor. Designing fenestration openings for buildings that use continuous exterior insulation has a significant role in reducing thermal bridging and thus conserving energy. This course reviews the impact of exterior insulation on fenestration installation design. The course also explores solutions for a wide variety of wall system variations.
Internal Course Code AEC1590:1
Course Duration 1 hour(s)
Point of Contact Name: Education Coordinator