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Discussion in 'Code Training *Sponsor: BuildingCodeCollege.com' started by Glenn, Jun 13, 2019.

  1. Glenn

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    I'm teaching two free webinars next week on behalf of The Mozingo Code Group and the Colorado Energy Office. Part's 1 and 2 (Monday and Tuesday) are from my brand new full day course, Energy Conservation Construction. This is a unique "energy code" class that looks at the construction of the entire house and how it relates to energy conservation. I hope you will attend!
    MONDAY: https://register.gotowebinar.com/regist…/8916254649432813579
    TUESDAY: https://register.gotowebinar.com/regist…/4976373534111493387
     
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    Sorry for the audio issues yesterday. I will be presenting these again at the end of June.
     
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    I thought you did a great job, Glenn, in spite of the audio issues. You brought up some interesting issues.
    Thank you...GPE
     
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  4. Glenn

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    Thanks!
    I'm doing a "redo" tomorrow and I added a Bonus Session on Friday with a new topic from the same full-day course, Energy Conservation Construction. Hopefully no audio issues this time. Here are the sign up links.

    I'm presenting more free lunch webinars this week from my "Energy Conservation Construction" class, compliments of the The Mozingo Code Group and the Colorado Department of Energy. Thursday's class is a redo of Part Two, due to the audio issues last week. Friday will be a Bonus Session with more segments from my full-day class. ICC CEU's are provided. I hope you will attend. Here are the signup links.

    Thursday: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/regist…/3364233301830420748
    Friday: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/regist…/6398922777887651084
     
  5. Pcinspector1

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    Nice redo Glenn, sent you some comments today!
     
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    Thanks! When I ended the webinar it closed completely. It's doing some processing right now, but hopefully I can go back in and read them. Sorry I'm not very good with attendee interaction yet in my webinars. Estimating content is the hardest part of presenting. Webinars are really weird overall to present. I'll get better at it in time.
     
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    Glenn, back in the 80's we used raised heal trusses over 2x6 insulated walls and our framers made a template and cut scrap OSB to block the blow-in insulation from entering the soffit cavity, but sad to say I can't remember how they attached the OSB at the top plate?
     

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