Cold climate houses: getting to zero defects training

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Cold climate houses: getting to zero defects training

Time: October 24, 2012 from 8am to 4pm
Location: Sleep Inn & Suites Conference Center
Street: 5872 33rd Avenue
City/Town: Eau Claire
Website or Map: http://ecw.org/university/ecu…
Phone: 715.874.2900
Event Type: training
Organized By: Seventhwave
Latest Activity: Aug 21, 2012

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Are reduced callbacks and increased customer satisfaction part of your business goals? If not, both should be. Examine the causes of common residential building problems and learn how to partner with educated consumers to reduce callbacks.

We will review the "field tested and proven" building techniques used by Wisconsin builders in certifying over 14,000 homes in Wisconsin's residential new construction program. All major areas of the building shell will be covered, from the footings to the attic, with a brief mechanical overview. Wisconsin building code requirements will be addressed for building techniques discussed during this workshop.

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