SnoBlox-SnoJax Announces Release of AIA Accredited Online Educational Course

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"With the launch of, an easy-to-follow online curriculum is now available to teach interested parties about modern snow retention products and installation methods. This AIA or American Institute of Architects accredited course is free of charge and open for all." - Howie Scarboro National Sales Manager of

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Snow Retention 101 Online Course

The course is loaded with photos that compliment the easy to understand content - Howie Scarboro National Sales Manager of SnoBlox-SnoJax.

Howie Scarboro of SnoBlox-SnoJax states, “'Modern Snow Retention Products and Installation Methods' are now freely accessible to the public.” SnoBlox-SnoJax has just released its first training course for the snow retention and metal roof industry. The course available at is based on a combined 80 years of snow retention experience; the four course instructors have created the most comprehensive course on the subject. Pad style, bar systems, roof clamps, methods of attachment, and layout theory are the basis of this 1.5-hour online course. Mr. Scarboro continues, “The course is free of charge and open for all design professionals, contractors, homeowners or anyone interested in learning more about the basics of snow retention and layout design.” Modern Snow Retention Products & Installation Methods has been accredited by AIA and numerous other organizations for 1.5 CE credit hours. However, it is also a great basic foundation for anyone wanting to learn more about snow retention products and techniques. “It is free of charge and highly recommended for anyone involved with the snow retention industry, just visit to access this great new resource,” says Howie Scarboro, National Sales Manager/SnoBlox-SnoJax.

The course covers the history of snow retention, modern product designs, layout theory, and discusses various types of failures and how to avoid them. The course is also loaded with photos that compliment the easy to understand content.

For additional information or to schedule an interview, contact Howie Scarboro at 717.458.7880 or Howie(at)snojax(dot)com.

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