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New Continuing Education Opportunity From Maxxon Corporation


Maxxon® Corporation is committed to developing solutions for a world of floor challenges and educating architects and contractors on how these innovations enhance building safety, sustainability, and overall quality. Maxxon’s newest continuing education course, Surface Applied Moisture Vapor Barriers, provides the opportunity to learn about types of vapor barriers and how they can extend the life of finished floor goods.

The catalyst for creating Surface Applied Moisture Vapor Barriers was Maxxon MVP, the latest addition to Maxxon’s line of moisture vapor barriers. The course is offered as a one hour, AIA approved continuing education course and participants will receive one LU credit for their involvement.

In addition to Surface Applied Moisture Vapor Barriers, Maxxon offers three other AIA approved continuing education courses. They include Specifying the Right Underlayment for the Right Situation, Sound Control in Multi-Story Construction, and Achieving LEED® Credits with Green Underlayments & Sound Mats. Maxxon Corporation presents their continuing education courses at architectural and general contracting firms throughout North America

About Maxxon®

Maxxon®, The Floor Specialists, is recognized as the pioneer and leader in floor technologies. From a full spectrum of floor underlayments to the ultimate sound deadening systems, Maxxon offers proven solutions for a world of floor challenges,

From the original Gyp-Crete® Floor Underlayment, the Maxxon line has expanded to include five gypsum floor underlayments, seven sound control mats, four cementitious self-leveling underlayments, and several other specialty products including moisture vapor protection (Maxxon DPM and Maxxon MVP).

Ideal for renovation, commercial, multifamily, single-family, or self-leveling applications, Maxxon can solve any floor challenge, including problem floors in high-rise buildings. Maxxon underlayments can be installed in wood frame or concrete construction, or over corrugated steel deck in steel frame construction.

Maxxon’s gypsum underlayments and sound control mats are now always ‘green’ building materials. In today’s building market, architects, designers, and building owners alike want solutions that offer superior performance and make environmental sense. Maxxon products offer the complete package with fast installation, proven performance, and also may help contribute points toward LEED® project certification.

Maxxon’s underlayments and Acousti-Mat sound control mats are GREENGUARD Indoor Air Quality Certified® and GREENGUARD Children & Schools™ certified…the most stringent product emission criteria in the market. Covered with a GREENGUARD-certified Maxxon underlayment, the Acousti-Mat systems are the ultimate in green-friendly sound control solutions.

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