Four Good Ways To teach Your Audience About Metal Decking

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    <br> So if you’re going for LEED certification for your new construction, make sure the builder understands the importance of conserving materials. Anyone who takes care of a sprawling green lawn understands the amounts of water required to keep grass growing and bright green. A pharmacist in Chicago built one of the first LEED Platinum certified homes in 2009. The house earned 115 LEED certification points for improvements like a solar photovoltaic array, a gray water recycling system and a geothermal heat pump to provide additional energy. No matter what percentage of your yard is taken up by the lawn, you need to make sure all of the grass is drought tolerant to qualify for any points. Those points are weighted depending on what percentage of your yard is covered in grass. But you can also claim points for green improvements that the USGBC has never even thought of. By installing systems of troughs and barrels to collect runoff from the roof, you can use rainwater to water plants in the yard, or even for drinking (once it’s been filtered). One option for conserving water is harvesting rainwater. But conserving construction materials?<br>
    <br> Obviously, it might not be possible for every individual to come up with some revolutionary new idea in environmental construction. With an electric or gas insert, all you have to do to start the flames is push a button, which, depending upon the model you buy, might even be on a remote. Even builders or contractors that you hire might not have many fresh ideas, unless they have training in green construction. LEED accreditation provides special training in environmental construction and technology. Your home can qualify for points without using those special high-albedo materials. Both of those solutions win LEED certification points. LEED standards try to limit this effect by awarding points for using a variety of methods to reduce that ambient heat. However, there’s a major downside to the traditional wood-burning fireplace, whether it’s a factory-built fireplace or a masonry fireplace: heat loss. Poorly constructed homes can sustain complete collapse of all walls as well as the loss of the roof structure.<br>
    <br> Most metal decking is primarily used for intermediate floors within buildings, steel canopies (which are used for shelter and shade), structural designs, and supporting roof systems. An insert is basically a fireproof box that’s surrounded by steel or cast iron and fronted by insulated glass, creating a closed combustion system. Steel can also be ordered in long lengths; given its light weight, it’s not uncommon to see a 28- or 30-foot girder being placed by only two people. Without overhead shade, sunnyside decks can be unbearably hot during summer months, and if they sit close to the house, they can reflect heat into the interior. Electric fireplaces include a small heater, which puts out up to 5,000 BTUs (British Thermal Units, a way of measuring heat). Before buying your solar lanterns, you will need to plan out where to place them. Moreover, since concrete has excellent soundproofing and thermal mass properties, a building with a concrete roof will stay cool during summer days and warm during winter nights. Now that you have decided on the type of building you would like, it is now time to think about the styling options.<br>
    <br> So, builders looking for LEED certification are required to make the most out of framing and building materials, such as beams, studs and roofing materials. Another warning sign to look out for is bubbles in the roofing material. Here, we’ll explore roof decking and its role in roofing. What is a green roof? Your building’s roof decking should withstand the required wind loads of the area where your home is located. Long lasting and visually pleasing, stained and scored concrete goods will last far longer than conventional wooden decking materials, with virtually no upkeep. Consider this: To build a fire, you have to gather the materials, which in some cases involve a tree, an axe and a great workout. For instance, a wraparound deck will likely have a higher cost to build than a simple one-level F Deck on the back of the house. For raised decks, an appealing way to cover the empty space below the deck is to install deck skirting. The author used free decking design software to lay out a deck and get it right before doing any of the actual work. Is metal decking right for your next commercial project? Communication throughout each project is critical.<br>

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