2009 International Mechanical Code - AHFC Sponsored

Course Description

This course covers the most commonly used codes for mechanical equipment in the residential setting.  General mechanical requirements, duct systems, chimneys and vents, combustion air, boilers, fuel gas, and dryers are addressed.  This class also covers what IAQ is, why poor indoor air quality develops, and ends with an actual case study from the field tying the Mechanical Code into a real life Alaskan situation.

This course does not have any prerequisites.

Length of Class
8 Hours

Payment is due at the time of registration. We accept Visa, MasterCard, and Paypal.
If a course is full you will be alerted prior to payment that the class is full and if you continue you will be placed on a standby list. If there is a cancellation in the class prior to the start of the class date we take the next person on the standby list. If you register for a class and you are denied entry due to availability of seating we will refund your registration deposit in full at any time, no later than the day of class.

Refund Policy
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Continuing Education Approval
This course is approved for the following professional licenses as continuing education:
8 Hours - AK Residential Contractors - #10063
8 Hours - AK Mechanical Administrators - Mechanical Credit - #10091
8 Hours - AK Home Inspectors - #10139

Avilable Online
This class is also avilable in parts online. For more information about this course that can be taken in parts online, please click here.

Contact Our Office
Please contact our office if you have any questions regarding this course or call us at 1-888-252-6045.