S-5!® Offers New AIA Course On Snow Retention
Colorado Springs, CO – S-5!, a leader in attaching ancillary items to metal roofs with zero-penetration clamps and exposed-fastened brackets, is offering a new AIA Continuing Education Unit course titled Snow Retention Devices: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly.
The one-hour AIA approved HSW (Health, Safety and Welfare) course is available online or as a live presentation lunch & learn format presented by Harry Lubitz, CSI, CDT, RCI, the Architectural and National Accounts Director for S-5! The course provides framework for understanding the importance of snow retention on roofs, examines various roof type applications, identifies applications that have proven more successful at retaining snow and underscores the critical need for proper planning, calculating, engineering and installing of these systems.
The online version is available here.
Since 1992, S-5! has been one of the world's leading authorities on metal roof attachment solutions. S-5!’s zero-penetration clamps attach ancillary items to standing seam and conceal-fix metal roofs, while maintaining roof integrity and warranties.
S-5! solutions are engineered for a variety of applications: snow retention, fall protection and wind performance systems, satellite dishes, solar arrays, signs/banners, light fixtures, stack/flue bracing, walkways, air conditioning, lightning protection,
equipment screens, conduit, condensate lines and more. Made in the U.S.A., S-5!’s products have revolutionized the metal roofing industry and are now installed on more than 2 million metal roofs worldwide, including 6 GW of PV, providing
unsurpassed strength and longevity. For more information, visit s-5.com.