This course dives into two main areas of residential architectural styles, starting with pre-2008 recession to examine patterns and meaning behind historical trends. The second and core piece of the course moves forward into the road ahead to look at the changing influences on home design. Learners will understand the macro influences currently impacting residential exterior design and how those influences translate to ornamentation and finishing choices, such as colors, materials, and roofing.
This course aims to help architects, developers, colorists, and other specifiers understand which current popular exterior colors to continue using, which new colors to begin introducing, and what combinations will ensure successful palettes. The major design shifts in current U.S. regions as well as the cultural and consumer influences behind color trends will be referenced for the purpose of enhancing the knowledge course participants have regarding the color trends for the coming years.
Homeowner Association Roof Replacement: Planning and Budgeting for Future Success
Course Credits: CAMICB, CACM, IIBEC
Host: Westlake Royal Roofing Solutions — Virtual & In-Person Sessions Available
The purpose of this program is to educate Community Association Managers on the importance of roof replacement planning for common interest developments. By providing this course to and educating Community Association Managers, they will have a better understanding of the significance of the reserve study to roof replacement and how this can open up roof design considerations leading to more durable, energy-efficient, and resilient roofing solutions.
This course is approved by California Association of Community Managers (CACM) With pre-requisite course: Introduction to Metal Roofing Fundamentals.
Course No: WRRS123
Course Credits: AIA, IDCEC, IIBEC, PDH, *CACM
Host: Zonda; Westlake Royal Roofing Solutions — Virtual and In-Person Training Sessions Available
The purpose of this program is to educate Architects on the differences between metal roofing products and how they compare to other steep slope roofing options. Upon Completion of this presentation architects will be able to Recognize the most common roof materials used in steep slope roofing and understand various types of metal roofing substrates. Identify different metal roofing configurations, coatings, and fastening applications. Analyze the importance of roof system components and testing standards along with assessing the development of design plans for regional impacts affecting metal roofing systems.
*Requires Taking Part 1 (Homeowner Association Roof Replacement – Planning & Budgeting for Future Success)
Learners will closely evaluate steep-slope roofs, examining materials and practices that improve roof performance. By the end of the course, they will be able to identify key characteristics of roofing systems that prevent roof deterioration and damage, providing protection to the occupants within the structure. Finally, learners will evaluate best practices in detailing steep slope roof systems to mitigate water, ice, or weather damage to the structure.
Gain hands-on roofing installation practices from the highly skilled experts at Westlake Royal Roofing Solutions. We will help you and your team learn the basics of roofing installation and labor-saving techniques on all Westlake Royal Roofing Solutions product lines; concrete, clay, steel, composite, and components.
Roof installation is offered nationwide, at Westlake Royal Roofing Solutions’ training facilities located throughout the nation or we can come to you. Some restrictions may apply.