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Presenter:  Dan Wildenhaus

Topic: Lessons Learned in Low Load Homes
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Why you want to hear what Dan has to say:

Dan Wildenhaus brings passion to every aspect of his life. One big challenge for Raters is what to do with low load homes and all of the challenges that we face once we get homes to the low end of the scale. Dan’s real world experiences in constructing and assessing low load homes will be valuable to all Raters working in high performance homes.

  

Presenter: Justin Wilson

 

Topic: High R-Value Wall Systems
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Why you want to hear what Justin has to say:

Justin Wilson has years of experience working on the bleeding edge of homebuilding. He’s also a very experienced trainer and educator and brings both humor and a lack of suffering fools to his presentations. So, don’t be foolish, come and listen to Justin!

Register soon to ensure getting your first pick housing option!

    

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