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|InstallationMasters Training Manual*||$65.00|
|InstallationMasters Replacement Program Training Manual*||$65.00|
|InstallationMasters New Construction Training Program Manual*||$65.00|
|InstallationMasters Brochures (packet of 100)||$25.00|
|Caring for your Windows, Doors and Skylights Brochures (bundles of 25)||$70.00|
*A training manual is included with installer and instructor class registrations.
How to Set Up an Installer Training Class
As an association of window, door and skylight manufacturers, AAMA understands that these products enhance the beauty and comfort of your home by providing views, ventilation and daylight. To maximize the enjoyment and realization of these attributes, you should understand how condensation is formed and how it can be minimized.
The Window Safety Task Force (WSTF), comprised of the American Architectural Manufacturers Association (AAMA), the Window & Door Manufacturers Association (WDMA) and the Screen Manufacturers Association (SMA) in cooperation with the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB), works to heighten the awareness of what parents and caregivers should do to help keep their homes and families safer from the risks of accidental falls.
To some extent, every home, regardless of age or location, needs to “breathe.” You may feel some air coming into your home around windows, doors, skylights, electrical outlets, walls, floors or the roof. This is air infiltration, and it is the result of air pressure differences between the inside and outside of the home. Every home has some level of air infiltration. Glass surface temperature, by itself, is not an indication of air infiltration.