MN/WI CEU seminars; The Remodeling Game--Building Science and the Home Improvement Contractor

Remodeling may be the only game in town and the rules have changed.  What’s driving these rule changes? Building Science is changing the way we build additions or remodel kitchens, baths, and well--just about any part of the home.

 

You’ll understand the new rules as we present them during the class. Earn 7 CEU credits for MN and WI while we explore how today's remodeler uses Building Science training combined with remodeling skills and the latest business applications of computers for estimating and marketing to win the job while being seen as the 'wizard' in the eyes of the client.

 

See registration for here;

https://docs.google.com/Doc?docid=0AaY6QBOoCxQ_ZGZtN2RuaGhfOTMyNWptYzRocw&hl=en&authkey=CNSvipoM

 

Otherwise, learn more at the web site: www.techknowledgeonline.net

 

Best, mg

 

 

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