If you want to learn more about using infrared thermography for home inspections, tune into the upcoming webinar that I’ll be presenting for the Wisconsin Energy Center TOMORROW, Tuesday, November 9th from 1:00-2:30 (Central). See http://www.ecw.org/ir for details. I’ve packed a lot into this webinar and it is strictly non-commercial.

Please note that a Fluke TiR1 imaging system (a great unit to use for building inspections!) will be given away by the webinar sponsor, Fluke, to a very lucky participant! You can also have as many people as you want listening in for one registration fee so plan to have the whole crew on hand if you can.

I hope you can join me!

John Snell
The Snell Group
800-636-9820

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The webinar went very well last week with over 450 people from 30+ states, 4 Canadian provinces and several other countries viewing it! It is now available on-demand ($89) if you missed out! Simply go to http://www.ecw.org/ir and click on REGISTER.

The feedback I got from viewers at all levels of experience was positive, from "Gee I never new that!" to "A good, solid review after several years in the field." Enjoy taking what you learn into you work—there is no better investment for building professionals than an infrared imaging system used well every single day!

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