Many thanks to member Dan Bowers who delivered us a truck load of inspection books...

… and donated them to the InterNACHI School Library.

Thanks Dan!

Very cool Dan

Drove out to Boulder to drop off some inspection books and for the 2 day deck, stucco and manufactured stone veneer class on Fri and Sat. Simpson Strong-Tie put on a good presentation Friday morning.

On Friday afternoon and Saturday Ron Huffman did a great presentation on EIFS, Hard Coat Stucco and Manufactured Stone Veneer. What really amped it up in my opinion was all the 5’ - 6’ high WALLS that NACHI has built showing the different types of stucco and stone veneer installations … With good AND bad details to view up close and personal.

As most people know, I’ve been inspecting for 35 years AND in that time I’ve never seen any inspection association OR school anywhere in the USA have something as terrific for inspectors to learn on as the **“House of Horrors”.

**Over the years I’ve been to training sessions at ITA, Kaplan, Champions, with ASHI, NAHI, etc, etc AND it tops the list for REAL-LIFE displays.

You Gotta Go…

Cool deal,
nothing like inspectors helping inspectors :slight_smile:

Nice glad to hear this … Roy

Dan is a great guy and probably has the only inspection books written on parchment and goat skin. He goes back to when inspectors used wet fingers to test heating and cooling systems. :mrgreen:

Nice job Dan!

Paul …

Parchment is too expensive / ALWAYS has been. We use toilet tissue to see if air is moving AND then hand over register to see if warm or cool.

That’s our Dan! Always helping out fellow inspectors, especially the rookies. The central U.S. is lucky to have him.