Composition, Wood and Tile Roofs Damage Assessment provides an introduction to the most common types of roofing materials used in residential roofing today. For each roofing type, you will learn proper installation techniques, issues related to manufacturing, and the identifying factors of hail and wind damage. The course also covers techniques for assessing the financial considerations related to roof damage, including a repair vs. replacement analysis. Section quizzes and a final exam are required to complete this course.
Find out more details about each state and its requirements on our continuing education page here.
|Organization||Insurance ADJUSTER CE Credit (2 hrs)||Professional Engineer CE Credit (2 hrs)|
|US States||AR*, DE, FL, GA, ID, IN*, KY, MN, MS*, NC, NH, OK, TX, UT, WY||FL, IN, MD|
|Canadian Provinces||AB, MB, SK|
|Institute of Inspection Cleaning
and Restoration Certification (IICRC)
*In order to receive continuing education credit hours for these states, a proctor MUST be present when you take the final exam. Affidavits MUST be signed by the proctor and turned into Haag Education before you receive a certificate of completion and course credit. FAILURE TO SUBMIT THE AFFIDAVIT WITHIN FIVE BUSINESS DAYS OF EXAM COMPLETION MAY RESULT IN LOSS OF COURSE CREDIT. You can find the necessary forms and affidavits here.
You will have 30 days from the time of purchase to complete the course. One 10-day courtesy extension will be offered if requested before course expiration date. If you allow your course to expire, you will need to re-purchase and start the course from the beginning. No refunds will be permitted for expired courses.
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