Thursday, January 11 | 12:00 - 12:30 PM
Event Type: Presentation
Location: High Performance Building Zone - West Concourse, Exhibit Hall WD, Booth W6157
Bruce Snead, Kansas State University
What It's About:
Indoor radon is the leading cause of lung cancer deaths among non-smokers. In addition, other soil gases and excessive moisture can contribute to reduced building durability, occupant health and indoor air quality. Building with radon-reducing features is simple, affordable and effective when implemented correctly. Recent updates to codes, voluntary standards and high-performance certification programs offer liability protection and a straightforward approach to minimizing risk and building a healthier home for your home buyers.
What You’ll See and Learn:
NAHB - 0.5 CE hour(s)
Demos and activities in the High Performance Building Zone are free to attend and no pre-registration is required. To participate, please visit the HPBZ (Booth W6157) at the date and time indicated above. Seating will be available.
Codes, Standards & Safety, Design, Green Building, High Performance Homes, Remodelers, Single Family - All, Subcontracting & Specialty Trade Contracting, Subcontractors and Specialty Trade Contractors