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    • May 07, 2021
    • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM (CDT)
    • LaQuinta Inn & Suites 825 N Watson, Rd. Arlington, TX 76011
    • 65
    Register

    TREC Approved Course #41043


    This Advanced and Comprehensive 8 hour course is designed to deliver diverse and comprehensive information related to residential HVAC systems. .

    Topics to be covered:

    • New TREC Standards of Practice as related to the HVAC System
    • Comparing the SoP's to the IRC Codes for HVAC installation requirements
    • Understanding Code and Manufacture Requirements
    • Heating Equipment (Gas & Electric) Equipment
    • Cooling Equipment
    • Heat Pumps
    • Proper Cooling Temperature Measurement
    • Duct System
    • Learn how to find the Age, Size and SEER rating through the Serial and Model Numbers
    • Inspection Techniques and Inspection Shortcuts
    • Report Writing "Documenting your Findings"
    • and much, much more!!

    Don't Miss Out, Sign Up Today!

    Start Registration at: 7:00 am

    Time: 8 am - 5 pm

    • May 08, 2021
    • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM (CDT)
    • LaQunita Inn & Suites 825 N Watson Rd. Arlington, TX 76011
    • 36
    Register

    TREC Approved for 8 hours of continuing education.

    TREC Approved Course #41050

    The course INCLUDES ON SITE FIELD EXPERIENCE!

    Pool & Spa inspections are a potential source of revenue, most inspection companies charge additional fees ($75 to $150) for these inspections to compensate for the time and knowledge required.

    We will help to demystify the world of Pools & Spas during this course. From breaking ground on a new pool, to inspecting a 20 year old pool. If you are just getting into the inspection industry or need a refresher class on the newest changes in the pool industry standards, this class is for you.

    You will spend 4-hours in the classroom and 4-hours in the field. We have arranged to visit 3 houses with swimming pools of varying ages in a nearby residential area.


    Topics to be Covered:

    • REPORT WRITING!
    • ON SITE FIELD EXPERIENCE!
    • Construction
    • Electrical
    • Mechanical equipment
    • Heaters
    • Decks
    • Slides and Diving Boards
    • Safety Barriers
    • IRC Codes
    • TREC Standards

    REGISTER TODAY!

    Start Registration at: 7:00 am
    Time: 8 am - 5 pm


    • June 18, 2021
    • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM (CDT)
    • The Cypress Room - (Spring Shadows Plaza) 2600 Gessner Rd. Houston, TX 77080
    • 133
    Register

    TREC Approved Course #41049

    This course is intended to educate the TREC Licensed Inspector on the proper approach for evaluating the performance of a structures foundation and to make an educated decision when to refer a professional engineer.

    The purpose of this course is to communicate the proper protocol for a TREC Licensed Inspector to take an interview with the client, record field notes, pictures and perform an elevation survey so a Home Inspector can make a determination on the “levelness” and performance of the foundation – both slab-on-ground and pier and beam.

    Wither you use an elevation measuring tool or not, this course is loaded with useful information that will help you make an educated dissension on foundation performance.

    Topics to be covered:

    • The purpose of this course is to communicate the proper protocol for a TREC licensed Professional Real Estate Inspector to take an interview with the client, record field notes, pictures and perform an elevation survey so a Home Inspector can make a determination on the “levelness” and performance of the foundation – both slab and pier and beam.
    • Introduction to the Standard Protocol of the American Society of Professional Engineers (ASCE) on the investigation of Foundation Performance including L/360 and 1% tilt.
    • Procedure for taking field notes: This includes, interview with the client, taking the required pictures, taking an elevation survey (including CAD) and delivering the information to the engineer.
    • Introduction on Deflection and Tilt Analysis to determine the criteria of foundation performance.
    • Pier and Beam inspections including critical factors such as drainage, ventilation, component performance, structural load path from attic to foundation.
    • Technical Discussion on Taking an Elevation Survey using a Zip-Level 2000.
    • Pictures and Examples of various types of cracking and what they indicate: vertical, horizontal and diagonal.

    Course Instructor: Michael D. Gandy, P.E. , Professional Engineer

    • Principal owner and managing member of Lighthouse Engineering, LLC
    • Licensed Professional Engineer in Texas - P.E. MEC #95672 (06/02/2005)
    • Licensed Professional Real Estate Inspector - TREC #8720 (10/01/2005 - inactive)
    • International Code Council Certified (Residential Combination) - ICC #8012008
    • Bachelors of Science in Mechanical Engineering, University of Oklahoma, 1998
    • Masters of Science in Mechanical Engineering, University of Texas Arlington, 2004
    • Performed as engineer-on-record for over 15,000 inspections since 01/2006
    • http://lighthouseeng.com
    • Design repair plans and forensic analysis for slab foundations, pier and beam foundations, retaining walls, attic structures, load bearing headers and columns for both residential and commercial properties.
    • Private Pilot’s License
    • Secret Level Government Security Clearance (expired)


    • June 18, 2021
    • 8:00 AM (CDT)
    • June 19, 2021
    • 5:00 PM (CDT)
    • The Cypress Room - (Spring Shadows Plaza) 2600 Gessner Rd. Houston, TX 77080
    • 133
    Register

    NAWT Training Programs  

    In 1985, the National Association of Wastewater Technicians, Inc. (NAWT), became the national voice of the wastewater industry. NAWT’s goal is to serve as a communication and education conduit for the industry and, through its members, provide diverse wastewater services that maintain a healthful environment.

    Basic and Inspector Training  

    NAWT has created a successful national certification program for individual sewage treatment system inspection that uses five USEPA-proposed management levels as the basis for inspecting onsite wastewater treatment systems. Over the past four years, NAWT has trained and examined over 2,000 inspectors. Over 1,100 inspectors are registered on the NAWT website. 

    On the first day of the two-day inspection course the basics of sewage treatment and system types is covered using a troubleshooting perspective. The second day goes through a step-by-step procedure to conduct a system inspection. 

    NAWT Inspectors:

    locate and identify all parts of the onsite treatment system

    assess the condition and operation of each part and determine whether it must be corrected

    complete 8 hours of continuing education every 2 years to maintain their certification

    Contact information for inspectors who have passed the certification exam will be listed on the NAWT website.

    RENEWALS: 

    As a requirement for recertification you need to earn eight (8) hours of continuing education credits every two (2) years.  These can be obtained by participating in day one of the NAWT Inspector two-day training.   

    Of course, if you are trying to become current after the two year period has lapsed for more than one year, you will be required to complete the full two-day training program. 

    Included in one day of NAWT training is one year of the annual Certification Registration Fee while the two days of NAWT training includes two years of the annual Certification Registration Fee.

    Attention Home Inspectors!

    This course is approved for 16 hours or 8 hours of TREC CE.

    Introduction To Wastewater Treatment Systems TREC Course #39964

    Inspections For Onsite Wastewater Treatment Systems TREC Course #39907


    • July 30, 2021
    • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM (CDT)
    • La Quinta Inn & Suites 6 Flags 825 W Watson Rd Arlington, Texas 76011
    • 149
    Register

    TREC Approved Course #41045

    You've asked for it, so here it is....
    RETS is offering a Business Development Course that focuses specifically on how to improve your Home Inspection Business with more inspections at higher fees.
    RETS has put together a team of Business Experts for you to bring all of your important questions about the home inspection business.
    We Are Delivering "THE FACTS" and "NOTHING BUT THE FACTS".


    You will receive information and tools that you can apply to your business and start using immediately in order to help you schedule more inspections and grow your business right now.

    As an ADDED BONUS, you will Also Receive 8 Hours of TREC Approved Continuing Education Credit For This Course.

    "All In One Location!"

    Your Experts include an Attorney, an E & O Insurance Provider (Claims Specialist), Office Management Service and an Owner of a Multi-Inspector Company of 27 year.

    • Learn how to get your business in order and have the right disclaimers and documents in place to legally protect yourself.
    • Learn how to respond to complaints from TREC, Better Business Bureau, Clients and Homeowners.
    • Learn how to get your business systematized.
    • Learn the importance of having a professional call center in place.
    • Learn about how to offer Unique Selling Propositions that you can give to your clients for to help set you apart from other inspection companies.

    Your Team Of Experts

    Expert Real Estate Attorney - Vance L. Metcalf

    Vance L. Metcalf has significant experience in general civil litigation, real estate, estate planning, and probate matters. He has represented clients in both state and federal courts. He has represented numerous real estate professionals with regard to administrative complaints and litigation, including real estate brokers and agents, appraisers, title companies, and home inspectors. 

    RiskPro InsuranceBrett Byland, ARM - Senor Account Manager
    RiskPro Insurance provides E & O Insurance, General Liability Insurance and Workers Comp Insurance to home inspector and pest control operators. Learn More About RiskPro...

    America's Call Center - Paul Zak - Inspector Office Solutions
    We Are Your Office! (Not a call center, just your friendly, personable, patient, knowledgeable, and trusty office.) You already suspect you should have your phone professionally answered. Missed calls, messages returned too late, rushed calls...the bottom line is lost inspections...costing you money and adding to your stress. Having an office sure would help. 

    Hiring and Retaining Inspectors - Brian Murphy (A-Action Realty Inspection Services)
    Brian has been one of the principal owners of a Multi-Inspector business since 1995. He will cover topics like hiring and retaining Inspector Team Members, Employee Contracts, Best Practices on Commission Sharing, Training and much more.
     

    Register Today!

    • July 31, 2021
    • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM (CDT)
    • La Quinta Inn & Suites 6 Flags 825 N Watson Rd Arlington Texas 76011
    • 147
    Register

    Lawn Irrigation / Sprinkler System Inspections 

    TREC Approved Course #38220
    4 hour CE Course

    A key to inspecting a lawn irrigation system efficiently is to know how it works. This course will educate the inspector on proper installation as related to TCEQ requirements and TREC Standards of Practice. Your instructor will walk you through inspection of various control panels, rain, freeze and wind sensors all the way out to the drip irrigation and spray heads. You will also learn proper system coverage and watering procedure so you can educate your clients on proper maintenance and watering procedures.

    Topics Covered:

    • Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) Requirements
    • International Residential Code (IRC)
    • Atmospheric Vacuum Breakers
    • Irrigation Control Panels
    • Zone Coverage
    • Head to Head Coverage, Head Direction, Irrigation Heads
    • Drip Irrigation
    • Parkway Requirement
    • Pressure Buildup
    • Lawn Soil
    • Double Check-Valve Assembly
    • Back-Flow Prevention
    • Irrigation Manifolds
    • Rain Freeze Sensor Requirements

    Unvented and Foamed Attics & Crawl Spaces

    TREC Approved Course #41045
    4 hour CE Course

    Several chapters in the International Residential Code (IRC) cover insulating the attic and crawl space areas. The course will cover IRC and manufacturer installation requires for foam insulation and when ventilation is required. 

    Topics Covered:

    • International Residential Code (IRC) Requirements
    • Different Types of Foam Being Used
    • Batt Insulation vs. Foam Insulation
    • Closed Cell vs. Open Cell Foam
    • Foaming the Rafters vs. Foaming Attic Floor
    • Crawl Space Moisture Barriers when Insulation Sub-Floor
    • Attic and Crawl Space Ventilation When Foam is Used. 
    • Different Manufacturer Requirements nd Warranties 


    Sign Up Today!

    • August 20, 2021
    • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM (CDT)
    • Comfort Suites Tyler South - 303 East Rieck Road Tyler, Texas 75703
    • 59
    Register

    TREC Approved Course #38228
    8-Hours Continuing Education

    Texas Manufactured Housing Rules and Inspection

    Manufactured Homes also referred to as mobile homes one of the fastest growing home inspection markets in the country. This course covers how to perform an inspection on a manufactured home and how to write an inspection report that properly addresses its components and systems.

    The term "manufactured home" was adopted in 1980 by the the U.S. Congress to describe a type of house that is constructed in a factory to comply with a building code developed by the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). In the past, manufactured homes were called "mobile homes," a term that many people still use. However, "mobile" is no longer an accurate name because fewer than 5% of such homes are ever moved off the owner's original site.

    Texas Manufactured Housing must be inspected differently than traditional site-built housing because they are built to Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs Laws & Rules which affects the design and construction methods. Some important points include the non-removable chassis, bracing and support systems, the 4-wire electrical service common to all manufactured homes, polybutylene supply piping, wind/load/thermal zone ratings, metal roofing, skirting, under wrap, and potentially hazardous aluminum wiring.

    You will learn to distinguish manufactured homes that use higher quality construction materials from those that use lower quality materials. The course will teach you the different construction methods and how to recognize them. You will also learn about the HUD Manufactured Home Construction & Safety Standards, and the regulations for electrical, gas, water and sewer hookups.

    Topics Covered:

    • Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs Laws & Rules
    • HUD Standards
    • Code Comparisons
    • Ratings & Foundations
    • Report Writing
    • Understanding manufactured, modular, and site-built
    • Reading HUD Labels and interpreting Data Plates
    • Comparing HUD code with common residential code
    • Foundations, piers, and stabilizing systems
    • Common structural defects from lower quality materials
    • Inspecting the skirting, crawl spaces and belly wrap
    • 4-wire electrical panels and proper neutral buss bonding
    • Recognizing fire hazards and HUD-required egress

    REGISTER TODAY!


    • August 21, 2021
    • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM (CDT)
    • Comfort Suites Tyler South 303 East Rieck Road Tyler, Texas 75703
    • 59
    Register

    8-Hours Continuing Education

    TREC Approved Course #38227

    Texas Onsite Wastewater Treatment Systems “Septic Systems”

    Have you been wanting to learn more about inspecting Onsite Wastewater Treatment Systems “Septic Systems” or have been considering adding Septic System inspections to your ancillary services to offer your clients?

    Most home inspectors are charging $200 to $300 to perform a septic system inspections along with the home inspection.

    RETS has developed a Septic System inspection course for TEXAS Home Inspectors that covers Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) installation and maintenance of Onsite Wastewater Treatment Systems “Septic Systems”.

    This course will cover Traditional Systems, Aerobic Systems and Low Dose Drip Systems related to Texas soils and environment.

    When you have completed the RETS Septic System Inspection course, you will be able to perform Traditional and Aerobic Septic System inspections with confidence.

    After successful completion of the RETS training, you will be able to:

    1. describe the different types of onsite wastewater (septic) treatment systems;
    2. understand different techniques for inspection septic systems;
    3. perform functional inspections; and
    4. document the inspection findings in a report.

    Topics Covered

    • Installation
    • Maintenance
    • Setbacks
    • Tank Sizing
    • Aerator Pumps
    • Absorption Fields
    • and much, much more.

    REGISTER TODAY!

    • September 17, 2021
    • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM (CDT)
    • Holiday Inn 105 Bintu Dr. San Marcos, Texas 78666
    • 149
    Register

    TREC Approved Course #41047

    8-Hours Continuing Education


    How many calls have you received for Commercial Inspections but have just turned them down or have referred them to others?


    STOP turning away work and START performing these inspections for yourself. This course will help you gain the necessary knowledge to broaden your inspection portfolio. The course covers a wide variety of material including technical topics, business issues, the scope of work, fee quoting, proposal and report writing, cost estimating and risk management.


    The goal of the Commercial Building Inspection Course (CBIC) is:

    1. To help experienced home inspectors expand their business to include commercial building inspections.
    2. To assist all in understanding the scope of work for performing a Property Condition Assessment (PCA), in accordance with the ASTM Standard E2018-08.


    Course Topics:

    • Business Issues
    • Consultants-The TEAM
    • Scope of Work
    • Specialty Inspection Areas
    • Risk Management
    • Report Writing
    • Cost Estimating
    • Proposals and Contracts
    • Quoting Fees

    REGISTER TODAY!


    • September 18, 2021
    • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM (CDT)
    • Holiday Inn 105 Bintu Dr. San Marcos, Texas 78666
    • 150
    Register

    TREC Approved Course #38222
    TREC Approved 8-hour Continuing Education

    This Electrical Inspection Course will walk you through the electrical system from the Service Entrance to the Electrical Outlet.
    There are a lot of changes in the Electrical Section of the 2021 International Residential Code (IRC) and the TREC Inspector Advisory Committee is releasing the Updated Standards of Practice with several changes to the electrical system inspection requirements.
    This course will bring you all of the need to know updates for you to start using in the field while performing your inspection. 

    This is a must attend course so you stay up-to-date. 

    Topics to be covered:

    • NEW IRC and NEC Requirements
    • NEW Standards of Practice as related to the Electrical System
    • CSST and Bonding / Grounding
    • Older Homes vs. New Construction
    • New NEC Arc-fault Circuit-interrupter (AFCI) Requirements
    • New NEC Ground-fault Circuit-interrupter (GFCI) Requirements
    • Grounding & Bonding
    • Testing Techniques
    • Shortcuts
    • Inspection Techniques
    • Report Writing
    • and much, much more!!

    This is one electrical class you do not want to miss.

    • November 12, 2021
    • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM (CST)
    • La Qunita Inn & Suites 825 N. Watson Rd. Arlington, Texas 76011
    • 150
    Register

    TREC Approved Course #41049
    8-hours Continuing Education

    This course is intended to educate the TREC Licensed Inspector on the proper approach for evaluating the performance of a structures foundation and to make an educated decision when to refer a professional engineer.

    The purpose of this course is to communicate the proper protocol for a TREC Licensed Inspector to take an interview with the client, record field notes, pictures and perform an elevation survey so a Home Inspector can make a determination on the “levelness” and performance of the foundation – both slab-on-ground and pier and beam.

    Wither you use an elevation measuring tool or not, this course is loaded with useful information that will help you make an educated dissension on foundation performance.

    Topics to be covered:

    • The purpose of this course is to communicate the proper protocol for a TREC licensed Professional Real Estate Inspector to take an interview with the client, record field notes, pictures and perform an elevation survey so a Home Inspector can make a determination on the “levelness” and performance of the foundation – both slab and pier and beam.
    • Introduction to the Standard Protocol of the American Society of Professional Engineers (ASCE) on the investigation of Foundation Performance including L/360 and 1% tilt.
    • Procedure for taking field notes: This includes, interview with the client, taking the required pictures, taking an elevation survey (including CAD) and delivering the information to the engineer.
    • Introduction on Deflection and Tilt Analysis to determine the criteria of foundation performance.
    • Pier and Beam inspections including critical factors such as drainage, ventilation, component performance, structural load path from attic to foundation.
    • Technical Discussion on Taking an Elevation Survey using a Zip-Level 2000.
    • Pictures and Examples of various types of cracking and what they indicate: vertical, horizontal and diagonal.

    Course Instructor: Michael D. Gandy, P.E. , Professional Engineer

    • Principal owner and managing member of Lighthouse Engineering, LLC
    • Licensed Professional Engineer in Texas - P.E. MEC #95672 (06/02/2005)
    • Licensed Professional Real Estate Inspector - TREC #8720 (10/01/2005 - inactive)
    • International Code Council Certified (Residential Combination) - ICC #8012008
    • Bachelors of Science in Mechanical Engineering, University of Oklahoma, 1998
    • Masters of Science in Mechanical Engineering, University of Texas Arlington, 2004
    • Performed as engineer-on-record for over 15,000 inspections since 01/2006
    • http://lighthouseeng.com
    • Design repair plans and forensic analysis for slab foundations, pier and beam foundations, retaining walls, attic structures, load bearing headers and columns for both residential and commercial properties.
    • Private Pilot’s License
    • Secret Level Government Security Clearance (expired)


    • November 12, 2021
    • 8:00 AM (CST)
    • November 13, 2021
    • 5:00 PM (CST)
    • La Quinta 6 Flags - 825 N Watson Rd Arlington, TX 76011
    • 124
    Register

    NAWT Training Programs  

    In 1985, the National Association of Wastewater Technicians, Inc. (NAWT), became the national voice of the wastewater industry. NAWT’s goal is to serve as a communication and education conduit for the industry and, through its members, provide diverse wastewater services that maintain a healthful environment.

    Basic and Inspector Training  

    NAWT has created a successful national certification program for individual sewage treatment system inspection that uses five USEPA-proposed management levels as the basis for inspecting onsite wastewater treatment systems. Over the past four years, NAWT has trained and examined over 2,000 inspectors. Over 1,100 inspectors are registered on the NAWT website. 

    On the first day of the two-day inspection course the basics of sewage treatment and system types is covered using a troubleshooting perspective. The second day goes through a step-by-step procedure to conduct a system inspection. 

    NAWT Inspectors:

    • locate and identify all parts of the onsite treatment system
    • assess the condition and operation of each part and determine whether it must be corrected
    • complete 8 hours of continuing education every 2 years to maintain their certification
    • Contact information for inspectors who have passed the certification exam will be listed on the NAWT website.

    RENEWALS: 

    As a requirement for recertification you need to earn eight (8) hours of continuing education credits every two (2) years.  These can be obtained by participating in day one of the NAWT Inspector two-day training.   

    Of course, if you are trying to become current after the two year period has lapsed for more than one year, you will be required to complete the full two-day training program. 

    Included in one day of NAWT training is one year of the annual Certification Registration Fee while the two days of NAWT training includes two years of the annual Certification Registration Fee.

    Attention Home Inspectors!

    This course is approved for 16 hours or 8 hours of TREC Continuing Education.

    Introduction To Wastewater Treatment Systems TREC Course #39964

    Inspections For Onsite Wastewater Treatment Systems TREC Course #33307


Past events

March 26, 2021 New Construction Phase Inspections Phase I & II
February 05, 2021 Septic System Training - NAWT Certification Program - Lubbock
February 05, 2021 Texas Standards of Practice / Legal / Ethics UPDATE Course - Lubbock
November 07, 2020 Report Writing with Technology - Arlington
November 06, 2020 Electrical Inspections "Compared to the SoP's" - Arlington
September 25, 2020 Septic System Training - NAWT Certification Program - Arlington
September 25, 2020 Texas Standards of Practice / Legal / Ethics UPDATE Course - Arlington
July 11, 2020 Texas Standards of Practice / Legal / Ethics UPDATE Course - San Marcos
July 10, 2020 Foundation Evaluations - Foundation Survey Reading - San Marcos
July 10, 2020 Septic System Training - NAWT Certification Program - San Marcos
May 16, 2020 Advanced HVAC Inspection Course!! - Live Webinar
May 15, 2020 Texas Standards of Practice / Legal / Ethics UPDATE Course - Live Webinar
April 18, 2020 Septic System "Onsite Wastewater Treatment Systems" Inspections
April 17, 2020 Manufactured / Mobile Home Inspections
March 20, 2020 Foundation Evaluations - Foundation Survey Reading - San Marcos
March 20, 2020 Septic System Training - NAWT Certification Program - San Marcos
January 31, 2020 Phase 1 & 2 New Construction Inspection Course - Arlington
November 16, 2019 Texas Standards of Practice / Legal / Ethics UPDATE Course - San Marcos
November 16, 2019 Report Writing with Technology - San Marcos
November 15, 2019 Electrical Inspection "Advance Course" - San Marcos
October 26, 2019 Introduction To Infrared Thermography - Arlington
October 25, 2019 Commercial Building Inspections - Arlington
September 13, 2019 Texas Standards of Practice / Legal / Ethics UPDATE Course - Arlington
September 13, 2019 Septic System Training - NAWT Certification Program - Arlington
August 03, 2019 Foundation Evaluations - Foundation Survey Reading - Arlington
August 02, 2019 HVAC Inspections – Advanced Course!! - Arlington
June 21, 2019 Phase 1 & 2 Inspection Course - Houston
May 11, 2019 Exterior Cladding Inspections – 4 Hours on Stucco - Mansfield, TX
May 10, 2019 Swimming Pool Inspections Classroom & Field Training - Mansfield, Tx
March 29, 2019 Texas Standards of Practice / Legal / Ethics UPDATE Course - San Marcos
March 29, 2019 Septic System Training - NAWT Certification Program - San Marcos
February 02, 2019 Report Writing with Technology - Arlington
February 01, 2019 Texas Standards of Practice / Legal / Ethics UPDATE Course - Arlington
February 01, 2019 Electrical Inspection "Advance Course" - Arlington
October 19, 2018 Phase 1 & 2 Inspection Course - Arlington
September 07, 2018 Septic System Training - NAWT Certification Program - Arlington
September 07, 2018 Texas Standards of Practice / Legal / Ethics UPDATE Course - Arlington
July 28, 2018 HVAC Inspections – Advanced Course!! - Arlington
July 27, 2018 Drone Class For Beginners / Increase Safety and Improve Efficiency
June 02, 2018 Foundation Evaluations - Foundation Survey Reading - Houston
June 01, 2018 PV Solar Panels / Home Generators
April 28, 2018 Electrical Inspection "Advance Course" - Arlington
April 27, 2018 Significant Changes to the 2018 IRC - Arlington
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