Meeting/Event Information

 2019   

All Monthly Meetings are held at the Hilton Garden Inn, 450 Totten Pond Road in Waltham

 

January 10th:                         Exploring Annual Inspections, and Wet Basement              

                                                Mitigation

February 28th:                       Asphalt Roofing Shingles by Stepen Hern from

                                                CertainTeed

March 28th:                            Brad Keyes on Heat Recovery Ventilators and Energy

                                                Recovery Ventilators

April 25th:                              LEED and Green Enery Solutions

May 23rd:                               TBA

June 23rd:                              Real Life Risk Management Scenarios from Inspector Pro

                                                and Citadel Insurance

 

                                      

COMPOSITE SIDING MATERIALS AND RESTORING HISTORICAL WINDOWS

October 25, 2018
5:00 PM to 9:00 PM
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HILTON GARDEN INN
450 Totten Pond Road
Waltham, MA 02451
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Reservations are required. It helps our planning if we know you're coming!

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION : Our roundtable will center on issues and comments raised at our Fall Conference regarding the waiving of home inspections brought up at the Presidents Panel. Should ASHI respond and lead the way?

Next , siding materials have changed radically over the past 20+/ - years. Nick Carlson of United Home Experts in Ashland, MA will show us how to differentiate between poor materials and poor installations as he walks us through failures and discusses what composite sidings are available in today’s market ; what to look for when inspecting these new siding materials, and what is a prob lem now or will be a problem in the future.

Our 2nd speaker will be Chris Ambrosini of Boston Bi - Glass . He will discuss his company’s successful alternatives to replacing old or historic windows. He will speak to the designs and millwork in windows, how t hey “fit” the house, let in more light than “ replacements ” and what his company does to restore old windows. Chris will discuss old growth wood, rot, comparisons to today’s windows and building materials, draft - proofing materials and costs and cost effecti veness. These are two important topics for inspectors that should NOT be missed.

Tickets

$25.00 Home Inspector Trainees

$75.00 General Public, Non-Member Home Inspectors

$75.00 Members and Retired Members
$50.00 Earlybird rate before October 18

$75.00 Affiliate Members
$50.00 Earlybird rate before October 18