Air leakage training with a special introduction to large building testing

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Air leakage training with a special introduction to large building testing

Time: November 15, 2012 all day
Location: Chicago
City/Town: Chicago
Website or Map: http://retrotec.com/residenti…
Phone: 855-738-7683
Event Type: training
Organized By: Silvie Votrubova
Latest Activity: Sep 24, 2012

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Improve residential air leakage skills with introduction to large building testing

 

Building Officials will learn how to correctly inspect for duct and house leakage to meet new Cod e requirements.

 

HVAC Contractors will learn how to troubleshoot all the problems an air leakage tester will face, learn how the top HVAC companies use Codes to give them an advantage over low price installations. To be followed by a special introduction to large building testing opportunities.  

 

Get hands-on time with the equipment and your testing questions answered by our expert team.

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