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Interior Doors, Frame, and Trim [electronic resource]

This video highlights the methods and materials for installing doors; fitting trim around openings; and fitting trim at intersections of walls, floors, and ceilings. Correlates to the Competencies and Objectives of the National Center for Construction Education & Research.
Online
2005; 2004
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Plumbing [electronic resource]: Rough-in and Final

This program looks at plumbing in its two construction phases: rough-in, or initial installation, and final. Details of water systems and drainage, waste, and venting (DWV) systems are examined, as well as tools commonly used. Correlates to the Competencies and Objectives of the National Center for Construction Education & Research.
Online
2005; 2004
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Electrical [electronic resource]: Rough-in and Final

In this video, students will learn how to install cables, wires, boxes, and devices to control current flow, such as switches, outlets, and circuit breakers. Particular attention is paid to safety and the standards of the National Electrical Code. Correlates to the Competencies and Objectives of the National Center for Construction Education & Research.
Online
2005; 2004
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Mechanicals [electronic resource]: Rough-in and Final

Heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) comprise one of the major systems to be installed in a house. This video will guide students through application guidelines and installation of many of these components, such as furnaces, warm-air perimeter systems, air exchangers, and central air-conditioning. Correlates to the Competencies and Objectives of the National Center for Construction Education & Research.
Online
2005; 2004
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Flooring Coverings [electronic resource]

From wood to tiling to wall-to-wall carpeting, you could say this video gets down to brass tacks on how you can cover the floors in your house. Correlates to the Competencies and Objectives of the National Center for Construction Education & Research.
Online
2005; 2004
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Roofing, Siding, and Finishing [electronic resource]

In this video, students will find out many of the ways to apply the finishing touches by roofing and siding the house, as well as cabinetry, stairs, and exterior and interior painting. Correlates to the Competencies and Objectives of the National Center for Construction Education & Research.
Online
2005; 2004
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Design and Planning [electronic resource]

Whether it's a country cottage or a Tudor mansion, it all begins on the drawing board. This program will show students how homes get built on paper, what kinds of considerations drive many of the decisions and choices, and how to read the blueprints. Correlates to the Competencies and Objectives of the National Center for Construction Education & Research.
Online
2005; 2004
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Construction Estimating [electronic resource]: Industry Standards

How much siding will you need for a medium-sized house? How much lumber will it take? In this program, students will learn a number of industry-standard techniques used to calculate the amounts of building materials for many common construction projects. Correlates to the Competencies and Objectives of the National Center for Construction Education & Research.
Online
2005; 2004
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Location and Excavating [electronic resource]: Site Preparation

Where a house is going to be built can be just as important as how it's designed. This informative video looks at considerations that go into choosing a structure's location, as well as that first big step on-site: breaking ground. Correlates to the Competencies and Objectives of the National Center for Construction Education & Research.
Online
2005; 2004
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Foundations [electronic resource]

Every house begins with a foundation, but you'll need to determine what kind. This program explains the three types of foundations-basement foundation, crawl space foundation, and slab-on-grade-and uses a full basement foundation in a seasonal climate to illustrate basic techniques and concerns, including the use of footings, building forms, load-bearing values of the soil, and methods for pouring and curing concrete. Correlates to the Competencies and Objectives of the National Center for Construction Education & Research.
Online
2005; 2004
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Introduction to Framing [electronic resource]

Framing is the fundamental building block in many aspects of home construction. This program will detail the basics of many framing applications, including layout terms and principles, construction techniques, and standard framing plans. Correlates to the Competencies and Objectives of the National Center for Construction Education & Research.
Online
2005; 2004
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Floor and Wall Framing [electronic resource]

This video instructs students on the how-to of floor and wall framing. Topics include girders and studs, installing sills, installing floor joists and sub-flooring, constructing shoes and plates, assembling exterior house walls, erecting exterior house walls, and constructing interior partitions. Correlates to the Competencies and Objectives of the National Center for Construction Education & Research.
Online
2005; 2004
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Ceiling and Roof Framing [electronic resource]

Spans, hip and valley rafters, purlins, ceiling joists, and planking-all these and more are covered in this video which takes students step-by-step through the process of literally putting a roof over your head. Correlates to the Competencies and Objectives of the National Center for Construction Education & Research.
Online
2005; 2004
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Framing for Rough-Ins [electronic resource]

Partitions and walls containing plumbing pipes or heating ducts often need to be constructed differently in order to safely accommodate these systems and meet building codes. This program details a number of common industry techniques used in these situations, including accompanying electrical considerations. Correlates to the Competencies and Objectives of the National Center for Construction Education & Research.
Online
2005; 2004
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Alternative Framing Techniques [electronic resource]

Alternative framing techniques can reduce structural lumber requirements and costs, as well as offer design improvements, such as openings in steel-frame studs that allow for the running of plumbing or electrical systems. This video looks at some of the more popular industry options in terms of materials and construction plans. Correlates to the Competencies and Objectives of the National Center for Construction Education & Research.
Online
2005; 2004
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Wall and Roof Sheathing [electronic resource]

Sheathing provides a nailing base for siding and roof covering. This program examines various sheathing materials, such as plywood composites, particleboard, and shiplap, and illustrates their installation. Correlates to the Competencies and Objectives of the National Center for Construction Education & Research.
Online
2005; 2004
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Frames [electronic resource]: Doors and Windows

This program covers all aspects of window and doorframe construction, including the installation of sills and flashing. Correlates to the Competencies and Objectives of the National Center for Construction Education & Research.
Online
2005; 2004
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Thermal Insulation and Vapor Barriers [electronic resource]

For economic reasons as well as comfort, insulation is a key component to any home construction project. This program covers the essentials about weatherstripping, loose fill insulation, rigid insulation, R-values of insulation efficiency, installation of vapor barriers, and estimating materials for the job. Correlates to the Competencies and Objectives of the National Center for Construction Education & Research.
Online
2005; 2004
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Ventilation [electronic resource]

Ventilation is an integral component of building design. This program will show students proper procedures for the installation of vent flashing and various types of ventilation ports. Correlates to the Competencies and Objectives of the National Center for Construction Education & Research.
Online
2005; 2004
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Interior Wall and Ceiling Finish [electronic resource]

Today's builder has many options when it comes to walls and ceilings-this video looks at some of the most popular, including drywall materials, such as gypsum wallboard, plywood, particleboard, and solid wood paneling, as well as plaster and cement board. Correlates to the Competencies and Objectives of the National Center for Construction Education & Research.
Online
2005; 2004