Free webinar with Joe Nagan Feb. 14 - Focus: Subslab ventilation systems

Hello,

I thought some of you may be interested in the upcoming webinar we have planned with Joe Nagan.

Subslab ventilation systems for moisture control
February 14, 2013 | 1-2:30 pm | Free webinar
From rotten walls to mildew, extreme moisture problems can wreak havoc on a home and the health of its occupants. During the design phase, consider moisture control solutions and make subslab ventilation systems part of the conversation. Register today.

Joe will also be presenting the following topics at the Wisconsin Better Buildings: Better Business Conference, March 6-8, 2013:

  • Building failures: moisture issues with brick and stone veneers
  • Psychrometrics: dew points for dummies
  • Ventilation update: products, codes, performance

Join us and take your residential building knowledge to the next level. Learn more.

Tags: Subslab, control, moisture, ventilation

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