AdvanTech X-Factor® subflooring panels are the latest innovation from the subflooring brand builders have trusted for more than 20 years for the start to a quiet, stiff floor. With an integrated, fade-resistant, water-shedding surface, AdvanTech X-Factor® elevates the moisture-resistance expected from subflooring panels. Answered here, some of our most frequently asked questions.
AdvanTech X-Factor is a premium subfloor designed to meet the evolving needs of craft builders. Featuring an innovative built-in, water-shedding barrier, it delivers durability against weather and a smooth, easy-to-clean surface that’s great for written jobsite communications. The unique, enduring look also creates a refined work site to exceed expectations of the most discerning clients.
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This On Demand CEU is a recorded presentation from a previously live webinar event. This course investigates the most recent code changes emphasizing building envelope performance. We will explore next generation integrated solutions that simultaneously provide protection against moisture penetration, air leakage, and thermal bridging. Installation benefits and on-site quality control issues related to multi-solution integrated systems will also be evaluated in this course.
This On Demand CEU is a recorded presentation from a previously live webinar event. Acoustical control and fire resistance are two primary code requirements for commercial buildings. An emerging product solution that is proving successful is Magnesium Oxide (MgO) panels for wall and floor/ceiling assemblies. This course investigates specifically MgO wall and floor/ceiling applications in Type III and V construction. In this course, you will investigate the design and construction process for MgO panels in code recognized assemblies. The course begins with a description of the material and its properties, and its code compliance characteristics related to acoustical performance and fire resistance. Installation procedures and discussed, and comparisons made to alternative systems such as wet-laid gypsum underlayment.
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