5 - Quality Installation of Insulation Retrofits in BC Homes - Module 5

5 modules



Course Length
2 hours

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The content of this module is going to include fireproofing, firestopping products, wet spray thermal and acoustical insulations, spray on fireproofing products, and a look at hybrid insulation systems.

We'll cover typical applications and show how they're commonly used in retrofits.


  • Identify the fireproofing and firestopping process and related products
  • Recognize spray on thermal and acoustical barriers
  • Describe the types of fireproofing products
  • Learn how to combine insulation systems and what products work well together

Welcome to Module 5
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Specialty Products and Installations
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Module 5 Resources
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Added about 15 hours ago, by Fernando
Great course, really help in basic insulation knowledge
Added about 1 month ago, by Anonymous
Added about 1 month ago, by Steve
Awesome job, Luke is amazing
Added about 2 months ago, by Lawrence
Liked the instructor. He was informative and easy to understand. It was a lot of information to take in that I may never use but it was interesting to learn.
Added about 2 months ago, by Dominique
There is a lot of doubling up on information. Also, many contractors who are seeking relevant accreditation to perform retrofit work will never use many of the products and methods here. We are busy family guys trying to move forward. To have to study modules, or parts of modules that are irrelevant to us and then be examined on them is an inappropriate demand on our time and resources. A lot of this is one size fits all, which is fine for the folks being paid to make the content, but it is a challenge for the blue collar end user.
Added 2 months ago, by Kelson
Added 2 months ago, by Anonymous
Lots of good information and delivered well; however, we are a large company and our workers tend to have specific jobs. I dont think that the information is organized into meaningful or useful components for specific workers. I think it would have been much better to be smaller components that workers could take over time. Expecting all of my workers to have or know all of this when they do very specific jobs is overkill. It is a huge investment of time up front when they probably dont require it. New entrants should be treated differently than seasoned installers when teaching. This does not allow that. This seems to be targeted towards a company that has crews that do "everything" and that is not realistic.
Added 2 months ago, by Anonymous
Good info
Added 2 months ago, by Anonymous
Lots of great knowledge
Added 3 months ago, by Anonymous
heat pumps are not the way to go, they arent reality

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