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“Rockman Windows & Doors consistently delivers exceptional results to our architectural clients throughout the Hudson Valley. Their knowledge of window and door products is deep and extensive, and their delivery and service record is second to none.
Ashokan Architecture highly recommends Rockman to all who are planning new construction and renovation projects, both commercial and residential.”
Principal Architect, Ashokan Architecture And Planning
“I worked with Rockman on several projects, and I find them to be extremely proactive and helpful to work with. [Owner] Jason is willing to learn about new technologies and is eager to stay relevant and competitive in a quickly changing market.
Problems always arise in projects, so the test is how well a representative responds. Jason and Rockman have always worked hard to resolve problems and make them go away. The follow-up and attention to detail are what really sets them apart from their competition.”
Principal Architect, River Architects
“Rockman is an excellent company to work with. They have a good range of products that they are very knowledgeable about, and they are always responsive in communications.”
Owner & Architect, Pamela Glazer Architect
“[Owner] Jason and everyone at Rockman Windows And Doors are attentive to a project's requirements and to our needs as well. Their enthusiasm, along with the expert knowledge of the products they represent, is not only helpful to us in the design and bidding phases of the building but especially during construction. We highly recommend Rockman to our clients.”
Architect, SMA Architecture Planning Interiors PC
“I have specified windows and doors from Rockman for several jobs. They provide excellent service and pricing. They back up everything they sell 100% and respond immediately if there is a problem or issue regarding any aspect of the product (typically LePage Windows and Doors).
I always write them into my specification as the preferred retailer because I know they can be counted on.”
Owner & Architect, NcC Studio Architecture
“Rockman Millwork focuses on excellent customer service. Their in-depth knowledge of the product lines and willingness to get involved in each project is a great help.”
Owner & Architect, Aryeh Siegel Architect
“I am an Architect who was building his own house and was looking for a company to provide windows and doors. I had a recommendation from a friend who was an Architect that said I should consider using Rockman Windows & Doors. I am very pleased with the service and the quality of the products. I would highly recommend them.”
Owner & Architect, Cugno Architecture
Need Continuing Education Credits? We offer multiple HSW and AIA programs with a variety of topics. Take an architecture CEU course in one of our showrooms.
Just give us a call… tell us what you’re interested in… and we’ll handle the rest. We’ll coordinate with our presenter to schedule a time and day that works for you. (We’ll even provide lunch!)
CEU course topics include, but are not limited to, the following:
This course defines and outlines the four flashing methods recommended by AAMA Installation Masters for windows and doors with mounting flanges. In addition, it evaluates the different types of mounting flanges and flashing materials, and compares the four flashing methods that have become many manufacturers' recommended procedures. The course explains the importance of sealing and flashing rough openings for blower door testing and incorporating different types of weather-resistant barriers during installation.
As a result, the architect and/or builder will be able to recognize and evaluate window and door installation during the construction cycle or troubleshoot afterward. (Learning unit is also Health Safety & Welfare compliant.)
This course defines the four fundamentals (air, water, structural, and forced entry) of design performance (DP) ratings. Testing standards, test methods, and evaluations as defined by AAMA are identified and explained for each of these criteria. The six factors in determining Design Load for structural performance are explained. AAMA labeling system is reviewed; educating participants in the ability to analyze the labeling system for jobsite verification.
This course is also a precursor to c104 – Window and Door Design for Storm Protection. (LU/HSW)
This course clarifies the development of recent code changes to IBC and IRC for hurricane-prone regions. It evaluates window and door design performance (also known as DP rating) and wind load requirements. It demonstrates how to assess wind zone maps and wind-borne debris requirements for missile testing (in accordance with ASTM E1886 and E1996). The importance of installation methods for compliance to testing standards is identified. (LU/HSW)
This course identifies the key ingredients and characteristics of the different types of paint finishes available on aluminum, along with the limitations of each. AAMA paint standards and test methods for each type of paint finish are defined. It provides information to help in the selection and specification of the appropriate finish according to project and job application. It also outlines the manufacturing process of painting and anodizing of aluminum. (LU/HSW)
This course highlights the historical importance of daylighting. It defines the components of daylight and health benefits associated with it. It also introduces important case studies that indicate how daylight can benefit people, businesses, and institutions.
Also outlined are “green” building rating systems like LEED can earn points for daylighting. The course suggests potential daylighting strategies for different building types. (LU/HSW)
This course briefly introduces daylighting and its benefits. It then identifies energy-efficiency issues related to increasing daylighting and glazed openings. It evaluates specific methods and technologies to improve thermal performance of glazed openings, including relative U-factors, solar heat gain coefficient (SHGC), UV protection, and visible light transmission (VT).
The course also outlines the benefits of an energy-efficient glazing system that allows for increased daylighting. (LU/HSW)
And more. Courses last 60-90 minutes, are worth 1 CEU credit for HSW and/or AIA, and can be taken at either of our showrooms: