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What is the Certified Air Barrier Specialist (CABS) Program?
September 28 @ 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
The presentation will provide a detailed overview of the Certified Air Barrier Specialist (CABS) Program. This program is the first of its kind and offers previously underrepresented air barrier professionals the opportunity to gain professional certification for their air barrier knowledge and expertise. Learn about benefits, pricing, exam information, and certification details.
- Evolution of CABS
- CABS Benefits
- CABS Knowledge Areas
- Certification Pricing
- Exam Prep and Format
- Steps to Achieving CABS
Roy Schauffele, FCSI, CCPR, FABAA, CABS
Roy Schauffele is an internationally published author and speaker in the fields of energy conservation and sustainable building envelopes including insulation, air barrier technology, roofing & waterproofing, vegetative & cool roofing, all with an eye towards improving building science, performance and quality of life. He is the acknowledged inventor of “The Perfect Wall” which is now the nationwide building code standard for wall construction.
He is President and founder of Division 7 Solutions, Inc, now entering its 33rd year of continuous operations.
Roy currently serves, at the request of the ABAA Board and Executive Committee, as the Executive Advisor to the ABAA. He has served on the ABAA Executive Committee as a Director at Large of the ABAA (Air Barrier Association of America), after 3 terms as Chairman, also the first Regional ABAA Resource for Texas. Previously a Technical Advisor to Build San Antonio Green (BSAG) and an award winner 2012 for his Technical Contributions to BSAG and named the (2016) Individual Green Practitioner by the City of San Antonio for Sustainable Education and Outreach.
Globally, he is the only person to be a Fellow of both CSI and ABAA, and at this time he is the only Certified Air Barrier Specialist. He continues to be a requested national speaker on air barriers, roofing, insulation, energy conservation design and sustainability.