When: 10/29/2019 9:00 AM, EDT
Where: Indoor Air Quality Association HQ, 1120 Route 73, Suite 200 Mount Laurel, NJ 08054
Topics & Speakers
(1) Advanced EIFS and Stucco
(2) Natural and Manufactured Stone issues and problems
Certified Roof Inspector
Certified Building Envelope Level I and Level II
Investigative Inspector of Construction & Exteriors, Moisture/Mold/Air Quality Issues
Consultant & Expert Witness.
Owner & Inspector
Investigative Inspection Services, Inc., LocationNorfolk, Virginia Area
As the owner and founder of Investigative Inspections Services, Inc. Stanley has inspected hundreds of residential, new construction, and commercial properties. Expert in mold remediation, water damage, and moisture intrusion causation.
Advanced EIFS and Stucco
This seminar will educate the attendee about the technical concepts of barrier and drainage EIFS systems and stucco. Provide an overview of the issues, common misconceptions, types of failures and causes, and what constitutes a good inspection.
Topic will include:
Terminology, technical concepts, features, and identification of the types of EIFS systems and stucco
Stucco installation details of the water resistive barrier. lathe, penetrations, flashings, transitions at dissimilar materials, expansion joints, control joints, clearances, and best practices
EIFS installation details of barrier and drainage systems, water resistive barrier. sealant joints, penetrations, flashings, transitions at dissimilar materials, expansion joints, clearances, and best practices
Examples of improper and proper construction to prevent water infiltration
Inspection methodology and moisture meters, case studies, types and reasons for failures, remedial actions for repairs
Natural and Manufactured Stone issues and problems
The popularity of natural stone or manufactured stone (Adhered masonry veneer) materials has led to an increase of problems associated with the installation of these claddings.
A nationwide inspection company collected data on over 2000 adhered stone applications across the U.S. and parts of Canada and found that approximately 98% of structures with adhered stone (regardless of whether it’s natural or manufactured stone) had installation defects that could lead to moisture intrusion, 23% had elevated moisture at the time of inspection, and 34% had physical damage as a result of moisture intrusion.
Topic will include:
Terminology, features, and identification of natural and manufactured stone
Installation details of the water resistive barrier. lathe, sealant joints, penetrations, flashings, transitions at dissimilar materials, weep screeds, clearances, and best practices
Examples of improper and proper construction details to control moisture infiltration and prevent indoor air quality problems
Inspection methodology, case studies, remedial actions for repairs
Networking and Referrals
Consultants and contractors from the surrounding states of New Jersey, Pennsylvania and New York are encouraged to come to network with local professionals for possible future referrals. Bring your business card only. Distribution of brochures and flyers are reserved for our event sponsors only.
08:30 – 09:00 Exhibitors and Registration Set Up
09:00 – 09:30 Registration/Networking/
09:30 – 09:45 Introduction
09:45 – 11:30 Presentation
11:30 – 11:45 Break/Visiting Exhibitors
11:45 – 12:00 Current Regional IAQ Issues
12:00 – 13:00 Lunch/Networking/Visiting Exhibitors
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