If you plan to add to your certifications from the Building Performance Institute -- and you'd like to save the usual $550 exam cost -- consider entering the new contest on daily5Remodel: Home-Performance Horrors.

 

The contest runs through June, so send your information any time.

 

Entering is free and simple. Please email a nasty "before" photo (i.e., moldy or inadequate insulation, a disastrous duct system) from a client's home, along with a photo or image of the same space after your work was performed. Include a brief narrative outlining the problem and your solution, and indicate the location of the project. Please email it to me at leah@daily5Remodel.com.

 

This is a great opportunity to save on a valuable BPI certification as well as to attract the attention of the national remodeling community, manufacturers and industry consultants.

 

Here's a bit more info about the contest and the types of work we'll be featuring. Thanks again to BPI for sponsoring!

 

Thanks.

Leah Thayer

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