Introduction to Home Performance for Heating Contractors (up to 1 BPI CEU)

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Introduction to Home Performance for Heating Contractors (up to 1 BPI CEU)

Time: January 17, 2013 from 11am to 12:15pm
Location: via FREE webinar, TIME IS Eastern Standard
Website or Map: https://www3.gotomeeting.com/…
Phone: 888-224-3437
Event Type: free, webinar, training, home, performance, bpi, ceu
Organized By: Bill Spohn
Latest Activity: Jan 9, 2013

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Introduction to Home Performance for Heating Contractors

Jan 17th at 11 AM EST  : 60+ minutes Instructor: Hap Haven

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Fasten your seatbelts and take this fast-paced ride into the newest billion dollar industry.  Home Performance is uniquely suited for the heating & AC contractor.  That's because you have already mastered many of the most important components. Come learn how Home Performance and HVAC overlap, how to expand your business in a flat market and how to position yourself for the future.

As part of this webinar you will:
1)      See a brief history of Home Performance and whole house thinking

2)      Understand how an Energy Audit leads to more sales

3)      Get an overview of the cool tools used in the industry

4)      Learn how to talk to a heater


PRESENTER BIOGRAPHY

Hap Haven  Recently  inducted into the BPI Hall of Fame, Hap is a master educator in the home performance industry and the pioneer of the home as a system approach to home performance.  He is founder and principal of U.S. Green Home and has been a national leader in the field of energy education for 30 years.

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