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Residential Window and Siding Construction Supervisor (2015-10-02)
A Residential Window and Siding Construction
Supervisor is responsible for directly supervising persons
(including self) who are engaged in the installation,
alteration, repair or removal of residential windows and
siding as defined by the applicable Codes. A Residential
Window and Siding Construction Supervisor is not
authorized to work on or supervise the work relating to
any structural elements of a residential building, except
as incidentally related to the installation of windows and
Tests a candidate’s knowledge of window and siding
installation, including vinyl or aluminum siding, soft,
fascia, gutters and all types of windows. This includes the
work necessary to prepare or repair the substrate to
accomplish proper installation. Does not include any
2-hour time limit
Closed Book These books are for pre-test study only and are not available for use during the test.
Publication Year: 2006
This practice covers the minimum requirements for and the methods of installation of rigid vinyl siding, soffits, and accessories on the exterior wall and soffit areas of buildings. This practice also covers aspects of installation relating to effectiveness and durability in service. Materials to be used in the installation shall include horizontal wall sliding, vertical wall sliding, soffit panels, accessories such as starter strip, corner posts, and trim channels, and fasteners such as nails, staples, and screws. The installation method includes the following steps: substrate, surface preparation, application of horizontal sliding, application of vertical sliding, application of soffits and fascia and application of special details.
Publication Year: 2009
This comprehensive code for home building combines building, plumbing, mechanical, fuel gas, energy, and electrical provisions into a single resource. The 2009 International Residential Code For One- and Two- Family Dwellings uses these provisions to provide detailed insight into the construction of one- and two-family dwellings and townhouses up to three stories high. Using foundational principles that facilitate the use of new materials and building designs to guide the content, this reference guide also establishes minimum regulations using prescriptive provisions.
Publication Year: 2009
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