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Continuing Education on Siding Targets Health, Safety and Welfare

Chelsea Building Products, manufacturer of Everlast Advanced Composite Siding, introduces a new USGBC GBCI-certified AIA/CES continuing education course titled “Advanced Composite Siding: For a More Resilient and Sustainable Future.”

Designed for architects, the course explores the strengths and weaknesses of common siding materials used today in single-family, multi-family, and light commercial construction. Wood, vinyl, engineered wood, and fiber cement siding products are discussed; contrasted with next generation advanced composite siding materials like Everlast® Advanced Composite Siding.

Each siding material is analyzed in depth from a health and wellness, sustainability, resilient design, and cost perspective – topic matter appropriate for USGBC certification. The architect will also understand how new advanced composite siding was developed, how it is manufactured, and its range of benefits.

This one-hour in-person course fulfills one Health, Safety, and Welfare (HSW) Learning Unit. Participants who attend the seminar will receive AIA/CES credit and a certificate of completion.

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