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TREC Approved for 8 hours of continuing education.TREC Approved Course #42377
According to recent industry report, 6,500 people have been injured from collapsing balconies and decks in the United States. The North America Deck and Rail Association (NADRA) estimate more than 60 million decks in the U.S. (50m residential and 10m commercial), it is estimated that 30 million decks are past their useful life and need to be replaced or repaired.
It is crucial for homeowners to have their decks inspected to verify the integrity of their deck to ensure user safety as well as help extend the deck’s life-span, improve appearance, and increase livability.Deck Construction Based on the 2021 International Residential Code® puts the provisions of the 2021 International Residential Code® (IRC®) that affect deck design and construction in the hands of the deck industry.
It is the intent of this course to clearly present the code and establish an understanding of the baseline “minimum standards” such that code designs or designs not covered by prescriptive code are more easily identifiable.
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Registration starts at 7 am the day of the course.
Class starts at 8 am.