Calendar

August 2017 – June 2018

Aug
1
Tue
2017-2018: Join GGASHI or Renew your Membership!
Aug 1 @ 12:15 am – Jun 30 @ 11:45 pm

Building your business requires good education and marketing to real estate professionals and the general public. Golden Gate ASHI, a chapter of the American Society of Home Inspectors, is a group of some of the most experienced inspectors in the San Francisco Bay Area, and will provide you fantastic educational and networking opportunities!

NOTE: The membership year runs 9/1/17 — 8/31/18, and membership renewal is due by 9/15/17 to avoid late fees or reinstatement fees.

RENEW OR JOIN IN JUST TWO EASY STEPS!

1) Click here to complete the application.

2) Click here to make your payment. Membership dues are $165.00 for the year.

Please note that your membership application/renewal is NOT complete until you have BOTH completed the application and submitted your payment.

Sep
23
Sat
“Complex Issues in Home Inspection” with Michael Casey @ MIG Conference Room
Sep 23 @ 8:00 am – 5:00 pm
"Complex Issues in Home Inspection" with Michael Casey @ MIG Conference Room | Berkeley | California | United States

It’s not often you can kill four birds with one stone, but if you attend this seminar, you will!  Engaging and high respected speaker Michael Casey will address foundations, air conditioners/heat pumps, floor and roof trusses, and risk reduction in report writing, in four sessions over the course of the day.

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  • Approved for 8 ASHI CEC’s
  • Approved for 8 CREIA CEC’s
  • Space is strictly limited. Early registration is strongly recommended.

“COMPLEX ISSUES IN HOME INSPECTION” WITH MICHAEL CASEY

Michael Casey, ACI, MCI is the principal of Michael Casey & Associates; a consulting firm based in San Diego. Mike is past president of the California Real Estate Inspection Association and the American Society of Home Inspectors. He is a multi-code certified by the ICC and IAPMO and a licensed general, plumbing and mechanical contractor in several states. Besides co-authoring several books in the Code Check series and authoring the booklet and smartphone APP Code History Master, Michael has authored numerous other books, has taught home and building inspection nationwide, and has an expert witness and claims consulting practice throughout North America since 1987. Mike has inspected over 10,000 buildings in his over 30-year career in the inspection profession, and has been a consultant or expert regarding hundreds of claims for both claimants and defendants.

Mike will be presenting on four diverse and informative topics:

SESSION #1: FOUNDATION PROBLEMS AND IDENTIFICATION.

Explore conventional and non-conventional foundation type identification and function with respect to intended performance. Discuss modalities and evidences of failures and review several actual case studies. The emphasis will be the importance of water control to help prevent failures.

  • Foundation system types and components
  • Anchor bolts, hold-downs and lateral forces, uplift and rotation
  • Cone of compression, undermined footings
  • Drainage
  • Retaining walls – structural and nonstructural
  • Basement walls
  • Typical defects and reporting
  • Case studies

After this session, you will be proficient in the nomenclature specific to foundation systems and relation to home inspection, able to identify conventional and non-conventional foundation types, and identify Modalities and evidences of failure.

SESSION #2:  AIR CONDITIONING AND HEAT PUMPS.

Review a typical installation of a modern air-conditioning unit and heat pump. Identify components, air flow, modalities and evidences of failures, and installations. Discussion of unit disconnects, heat movement, indoor and outdoor coils, temperature splits, zone controls, thermostats and ductwork.

  • Condensing unit and components
  • Inspecting the interior components
  • Inspecting the unit, typical defects
  • Inspecting the circulating air flow, typical defects

After this session, you will be knowledgeable regarding the fundamentals of air conditioning, heat transfer, air flow, ductwork and heat pumps, nomenclature specific to heat pumps and air conditioning and their relation to home inspection, identification of heat pumps/air conditioners and proper temperature split, identification of modalities and evidences of failure, and common ‘defects’ and recognition.

SESSION #3:  FLOOR AND ROOF TRUSS INSPECTION

Explore inspection of floor and roof trusses exclusively. Identification of components, load paths, consensus references, truss drawings and modalities and evidences of failures and site installations, while reviewing a typical installation of modern open web floor and roof trusses, as well as I-Joists. Components, truss drawings, boring, point loads, modifications and piggy-back trusses will be discussed.

  • Load Paths
  • Open Web Wood Floor Trusses
  • Wood I-Joists
  • Roof Trusses

After this session, you will be able to demonstrate a working knowledge of fundamentals of load paths, truss design, connections, bearing and manufacturer specifications; nomenclature specific to trusses and their relation to home inspection, identification of different components and function, as well as many types of trusses and the modalities and evidences of failure, and common ‘defects’ and recognition.

SESSION #4:  RISK REDUCTION AND REPORT WRITING

Explore several concepts of risk reduction, including inspection scope and limitations, Standards of Practice creep, criteria for inspecting components, recommended practices, and inspection reporting requirements.

  • Some history of home inspection regulation, common claims
  • Benefits of professional services agreements
  • What to document in reports and action recommendations
  • Common reporting problems
  • Actions  reducing risk
  • Improvements to consider in reporting
  • Actual claim discussions

Upon completion of this session, you will understand that writing a huge 75-page report is not a protection against claims, and that the contract you found online 10 years ago to avoid liability affords you less protection than you think. You will be able to evaluate your website as a plaintiff’s attorney will. You will understand best-practice inspection procedures, report writing tips, and benefits of professional service agreements.

There will be a mid-day break for lunch ‘on your own’.

Early-Bird Registration before 9/2/17:
GGASHI, GGCREIA, SV CREIA/ASHI, NB CREIA/ASHI and Westcon members: $170
General Public: $190
After 9/2/17, please add $25 to each fee.

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Oct
12
Thu
Chapter Meeting: Heat Pumps & Home Performance – How a Refrigerator Saved the World @ Truitt & White Conference Room
Oct 12 @ 5:30 pm – 9:00 pm
Chapter Meeting:  Heat Pumps & Home Performance - How a Refrigerator Saved the World @ Truitt & White Conference Room | Berkeley | California | United States

The requirements for net-zero are coming more quickly than you think!  Do you know what non-combustion-based alternatives for heating and cooling homes are available?  Join us and learn more!

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Pre-Meeting – 5:30 to 6:50 pm

Paul Barraza, Past Chapter President and Public Relations Chair, will lead a discussion surrounding recent changes to the NEC codes.

Brian Cogley, Chapter President, will provide a PowerPoint presentation of report writing analysis associated with home inspection deficiencies.

  • This training is FREE to those attending the Chapter business and education meeting. Attendees earn one ASHI CE.

Dinner — 6:50 pm

We suggest arriving early to ensure the best selection. Please keep in mind that dinner is NOT endless or all-you-can-eat. WE RESERVE DINNER IN ADVANCE. Registrations received after 10/8/2017 will NOT include dinner. We also cannot accept cancellations or postponements after 10/8/2017.

Chapter Business Meeting  — 7:00 to 7:45 pm

Chapter president, Brian Cogley, presides as chapter members discuss Chapter news as well as local and national home inspection matters. This meeting is open to all (including non-members) and guests are welcome with questions, or to simply learn more about the home inspection profession.

Educational Presentation — 7:45 to 9:00 pm

“Heat Pumps & Home Performance:  How a Refrigerator Saved the World”

Bachi Brunato is the co-founder/Building Science Specialist and Lead Contractor for Ultimate Home Performance, a company focused on all electric, net-zero conversions.  He will be discussing line sets, compressors and phase changes, and will explore options for providing comfort and efficiency with an alternative to combustion-based heating.

Attendees earn one ASHI CE.

Registration and Fees

  • $45 with registration by 10/8/2017
  • $55 with registration after 10/8/2017, same-day registration, or ‘at the door’
  • Registrations after 10/8/2017 or “at the door” DO NOT INCLUDE DINNER

Registration fees are non-refundable and non-transferrable to other dates as we pay for dinner in advance.  If you register and fail to cancel by 10/8/17, you will be charged as the chapter will be charged for your meal.

REGISTER NOW!

Nov
9
Thu
Chapter Meeting: All About Trusses @ Hs Lordships Restaurant
Nov 9 @ 5:30 pm – 9:00 pm
Chapter Meeting:  All About Trusses @ Hs Lordships Restaurant | Berkeley | California | United States

Trusses.  Do you know how to tell if a truss needs to be braced?  If bracing is correctly installed?  Come and learn!

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Pre-Meeting – 5:30 to 6:50 pm

Eric Meyer, Chapter Treasurer, will lead a discussion surrounding “Current Events” including new pool safety legislation and recent wildfires and how to help clients prepare for fire emergencies.

Brian Cogley, Chapter President, will provide a PowerPoint presentation of report writing analysis associated with home inspection deficiencies.

  • This training is FREE to those attending the Chapter business and education meeting. Attendees earn one ASHI CE.

Dinner — 6:45 pm

We suggest arriving early to ensure the best selection. Please keep in mind that dinner is NOT endless or all-you-can-eat. WE RESERVE DINNER IN ADVANCE. Registrations received after 11/3/2017 will NOT include dinner. We also cannot accept cancellations or postponements after 11/3/2017.

Chapter Business Meeting  — 7:00 to 7:45 pm

Chapter President, Brian Cogley, presides as chapter members discuss Chapter news as well as local and national home inspection matters. This meeting is open to all (including non-members) and guests are welcome with questions, or to simply learn more about the home inspection profession.

Educational Presentation — 7:45 to 9:00 pm

“All About Trusses”

Chapter Affiliate and Engineer, Thor Matteson will share photos of metal-plate-connected wood trusses installation problems and discuss common construction defects involving trusses.  He will also address proper “permanent lateral bracing” of trusses, why bracing is hardly ever installed correctly, and why you may never know whether bracing was even required.

Attendees earn one ASHI CE.

Registration and Fees

  • $45 with registration by 11/3/2017
  • $55 with registration after 11/3/2017, same-day registration, or ‘at the door’
  • Registrations after 11/3/2017 or “at the door” DO NOT INCLUDE DINNER

Registration fees are non-refundable and non-transferrable to other dates as we pay for dinner in advance.  If you register and fail to cancel by 11/3/17, you will be charged as the chapter will be charged for your meal.

REGISTER NOW!

Jan
11
Thu
Chapter Meeting: Swimming Pool Safety @ Hs Lordships Restaurant
Jan 11 @ 5:30 pm – 9:00 pm
Chapter Meeting:  Swimming Pool Safety @ Hs Lordships Restaurant | Berkeley | California | United States

Has Senate Bill 442 got you wondering about swimming pool safety?  Need to know more?  This is your opportunity!

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Pre-Meeting – 5:30 to 6:50 pm

Brian Cogley, Chapter President, will provide a PowerPoint presentation of report writing analysis associated with home inspection deficiencies.

  • This training is FREE to those attending the Chapter business and education meeting. Attendees earn one ASHI CE.

Dinner — 6:45 pm

We suggest arriving early to ensure the best selection. Please keep in mind that dinner is NOT endless or all-you-can-eat. WE RESERVE DINNER IN ADVANCE. Registrations received after 1/6/2018 will NOT include dinner. We also cannot accept cancellations or postponements after 1/6/2018.

Chapter Business Meeting  — 7:00 to 7:45 pm

Chapter President, Brian Cogley, presides as chapter members discuss Chapter news as well as local and national home inspection matters. This meeting is open to all (including non-members) and guests are welcome with questions, or to simply learn more about the home inspection profession.

Educational Presentation — 7:45 to 9:00 pm

“Swimming Pool Safety”

Del Miller of Del Does Pools is familiar with SB-442 and will be discussing the various pool safety products out there and how to identify good and bad installations.  The discussion should be lively and entertaining, as well as informative.

Attendees earn one ASHI CE.

Registration and Fees

  • $45 with registration by 1/6/2018
  • $55 with registration after 1/6/2018, same-day registration, or ‘at the door’
  • Registrations after 1/6/2018 or “at the door” DO NOT INCLUDE DINNER

Registration fees are non-refundable and non-transferrable to other dates as we pay for dinner in advance.  If you register and fail to cancel by 1/6/2018, you will be charged as the chapter will be charged for your meal.

REGISTER NOW!

Feb
8
Thu
Chapter Meeting: Foam Roofing @ Hs Lordships Restaurant
Feb 8 @ 5:30 pm – 9:00 pm
Chapter Meeting:  Foam Roofing @ Hs Lordships Restaurant | Berkeley | California | United States

Ever find yourself looking at a foam roof installation and wondering if it’s done right?  Learn how to tell!  Bring your questions.

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Pre-Meeting – 5:30 to 6:50 pm

Lee Parsons, Chapter Vice President, will provide a PowerPoint presentation of a recent inspection.  Brian Cogley, Chapter President, will provide a report writing analysis associated with home inspection deficiencies.

  • This training is FREE to those attending the Chapter business and education meeting. Attendees earn one ASHI CE.

Dinner — 6:45 pm

We suggest arriving early to ensure your selection. WE RESERVE DINNER IN ADVANCE. Registrations received after 2/5/2018 will NOT include dinner. We also cannot accept cancellations or postponements after 2/5/2018.

Chapter Business Meeting  — 7:00 to 7:45 pm

Chapter President, Brian Cogley, presides as chapter members discuss Chapter news as well as local and national home inspection matters. This meeting is open to all (including non-members) and guests are welcome with questions, or to simply learn more about the home inspection profession.

Educational Presentation — 7:45 to 9:00 pm

“Foam Roofing”

Our speaker will be Rick Abril, who is a leading expert in the local foam roofing industry.  He’s been working with foam for 22 years, and has been a California licensed roofing contractor for 15 years.  Abril Roofing installed approximately 400 foam roofs in 2017.  Rick will provide a brief history of spray foam roofing and will review the equipment needed to spray foam.  He will discuss code requirements for flat roofs and how to evaluate foam roof installations.  He will also review various roof coatings.

Attendees earn one ASHI CE.

Registration and Fees

  • $45 with registration by 2/5/2018
  • $55 with registration after 2/5/2018, same-day registration, or ‘at the door’
  • Registrations after 2/5/2018 or “at the door” DO NOT INCLUDE DINNER
  • We are unable to accommodate attendees to ‘listen only’.  You must purchase dinner to attend the meeting.

Registration fees are non-refundable and non-transferrable to other dates as we pay for dinner in advance.  If you register and fail to cancel by 2/5/2018, you will be charged as the chapter will be charged for your meal.

REGISTER NOW!

Mar
8
Thu
Chapter Meeting: Understanding the Standard of Care @ Cafe Room at the Finnish Hall
Mar 8 @ 5:30 pm – 9:00 pm
Chapter Meeting:  Understanding the Standard of Care @ Cafe Room at the Finnish Hall | Berkeley | California | United States

What is the prevailing Standard of Care for the Home Inspection profession in the San Francisco Bay Area, and why does it matter?  Learn about professional risk mitigation.

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Pre-Meeting – 5:30 to 6:50 pm

Paul Barraza, Past Chapter President and Public Relations Committee Chair, will discuss roofing bids, contracts, and manufacturer’s requirements.

Brian Cogley, Chapter President, will provide a report writing analysis associated with home inspection deficiencies.

  • This training is FREE to those attending the Chapter business and education meeting. Attendees earn one ASHI CE.

Dinner — 6:45 pm

We suggest arriving early to ensure dinner availability. WE RESERVE DINNER IN ADVANCE. Registrations received after 3/5/2018 will NOT include dinner. We also cannot accept cancellations or postponements after 3/5/2018.

PLEASE NOTE CHANGE OF VENUE.  Please also note this venue has a strict “NO ALCOHOL” policy.  Thank you for your cooperation.

Chapter Business Meeting  — 7:00 to 7:45 pm

Chapter President, Brian Cogley, presides as chapter members discuss Chapter news as well as local and national home inspection matters. This meeting is open to all (including non-members) and guests are welcome with questions, or to simply learn more about the home inspection profession.

Educational Presentation — 7:45 to 9:00 pm

“Understanding the Standard of Care”

Home Inspectors may be held to a Standard of Care in the event that their report and/or inspection findings come into question in a legal arena.  If an inspector is shown to have not adequately provided the agreed upon services, he may be found negligent and therefore liable for damages arising from his services.  This presentation by Joshua Kardon is intended to help each inspector understand what the “standard of care” is to allow for better management of individual risk of professional negligence.  This presentation is also intended to help home inspectors decide whether an identified material defect might involve professional negligence on the part of a design professional, requiring further investigation by an appropriate expert.

Joshua Kardon is a structural engineer with a specialty in consulting and testifying regarding professional negligence and the standard of care.

Attendees earn one ASHI CE.

Registration and Fees
  • $45 with registration by 3/5/2018
  • $55 with registration after 3/5/2018, same-day registration, or ‘at the door’
  • Registrations after 3/5/2018 or “at the door” DO NOT INCLUDE DINNER
  • We are unable to accommodate attendees to ‘listen only’.  You must purchase dinner to attend the meeting.

Registration fees are non-refundable and non-transferrable to other dates as we pay for dinner in advance.  If you register and fail to cancel by 3/5/2018, you will be charged as the chapter will be charged for your meal.

REGISTER NOW!

Apr
12
Thu
CANCELED: Chapter Meeting: Odd Findings in Old Structures — Beware! @ Cafe Room at the Finnish Hall
Apr 12 @ 5:30 pm – 9:00 pm
CANCELED:  Chapter Meeting:  Odd Findings in Old Structures -- Beware! @ Cafe Room at the Finnish Hall | Berkeley | California | United States

Sometimes the best part of the job is the unexpected!  Come learn about the REALLY unexpected in converting a water tower to a residence!

CANCELED — PLEASE DO NOT REGISTER.

Pre-Meeting – 5:30 to 6:50 pm

Eric Meyer, Chapter Treasurer, will discuss a recent inspection of a 1950′s house designed by Clarence Mayhew.

Brian Cogley, Chapter President, will provide a report writing analysis associated with home inspection deficiencies.

  • This training is FREE to those attending the Chapter business and education meeting. Attendees earn one ASHI CE.

Dinner — 6:45 pm

We suggest arriving early to ensure dinner availability. WE RESERVE DINNER IN ADVANCE. Registrations received after 4/9/2018 will NOT include dinner. We also cannot accept cancellations or postponements after 4/9/2018.

PLEASE NOTE CHANGE OF VENUE.  Please also note this venue has a strict “NO ALCOHOL” policy.  Thank you for your cooperation.

Chapter Business Meeting  — 7:00 to 7:45 pm

Chapter President, Brian Cogley, presides as chapter members discuss Chapter news as well as local and national home inspection matters. This meeting is open to all (including non-members) and guests are welcome with questions, or to simply learn more about the home inspection profession.

Educational Presentation — 7:45 to 9:00 pm

“Odd Findings in Old Structures — Beware!”

Long-time friend and past member of Golden Gate ASHI, our speaker Ansary Greenwell of Dynamic Construction Group, Inc., will discuss the challenges and unusual findings that came with conversion of a decommissioned water tower to create a residence.

Attendees earn one ASHI CE.

Registration and Fees
  • $45 with registration by 4/9/2018
  • $55 with registration after 4/9/2018, same-day registration, or ‘at the door’
  • Registrations after 4/9/2018 or “at the door” DO NOT INCLUDE DINNER
  • We are unable to accommodate attendees to ‘listen only’.  You must purchase dinner to attend the meeting.

Registration fees are non-refundable and non-transferrable to other dates as we pay for dinner in advance.  If you register and fail to cancel by 4/9/2018, you will be charged as the chapter will be charged for your meal.

CANCELED — PLEASE DO NOT REGISTER.

May
10
Thu
Chapter Meeting: Electrical Q&A @ Cafe Room at the Finnish Hall
May 10 @ 5:30 pm – 9:00 pm
Chapter Meeting:  Electrical Q&A @ Cafe Room at the Finnish Hall | Berkeley | California | United States

Join us for an interactive Q&A with two of the best electricians in the field in the Berkeley area!

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Pre-Meeting – 5:30 to 6:50 pm

Eric Meyer, Chapter Treasurer, will discuss a recent inspection of a 1950′s house designed by Clarence Mayhew.

Brian Cogley, Chapter President, will provide a report writing analysis associated with home inspection deficiencies.

  • This training is FREE to those attending the Chapter business and education meeting. Attendees earn one ASHI CE.

Dinner — 6:45 pm

We suggest arriving early to ensure dinner availability. WE RESERVE DINNER IN ADVANCE. Registrations received after 5/6/2018 will NOT include dinner. We also cannot accept cancellations or postponements after 5/6/2018.

PLEASE NOTE CHANGE OF VENUE.  Please also note this venue has a strict “NO ALCOHOL” policy.  Thank you for your cooperation.

Chapter Business Meeting  — 7:00 to 7:45 pm

Chapter President, Brian Cogley, presides as chapter members discuss Chapter news as well as local and national home inspection matters. This meeting is open to all (including non-members) and guests are welcome with questions, or to simply learn more about the home inspection profession.

Educational Presentation — 7:45 to 9:00 pm

“Electrical Q&A”

Our speakers this month are brothers Daan Rottger and Inder Rottger of The Fighting Amish Electric, a small family-owned electrical contracting company established in 2004.  The Fighting Amish are hands-on, do all their own work, and strive to bring high-quality, detail-oriented work to residential and light commercial electrical projects.

Daan and Inder are hosting an informative Q&A session featuring YOUR questions about all things you see in the field, common or uncommon!  If you have questions, please email them in advance to lee@jmcinspections.com.   Join us to learn the answers to a broad variety of interesting electrical questions!

Attendees earn one ASHI CE.

Registration and Fees
  • $45 with registration by 5/6/2018
  • $55 with registration after 5/6/2018, same-day registration, or ‘at the door’
  • Registrations after 5/6/2018 or “at the door” DO NOT INCLUDE DINNER
  • We are unable to accommodate attendees to ‘listen only’.  You must purchase dinner to attend the meeting.

Registration fees are non-refundable and non-transferrable to other dates as we pay for dinner in advance.  If you register and fail to cancel by 3/5/2018, you will be charged as the chapter will be charged for your meal.

REGISTER NOW!

Jun
14
Thu
Chapter Meeting: Greywater Systems @ Cafe Room at the Finnish Hall
Jun 14 @ 5:30 pm – 9:00 pm
Chapter Meeting:  Greywater Systems @ Cafe Room at the Finnish Hall | Berkeley | California | United States

Greywater systems.  Cutting-edge for some, but increasingly necessary in the drought-prone Bay Area.  Learn how to evaluate the systems you see!

REGISTER NOW!

Pre-Meeting – 5:30 to 6:50 pm

Eric Meyer, Chapter Treasurer, will discuss a recent inspection of a 1950′s house designed by Clarence Mayhew.

Lee Parsons, Chapter Vice-President, will provide a report writing analysis associated with home inspection deficiencies.

  • This training is FREE to those attending the Chapter business and education meeting. Attendees earn one ASHI CE.

Dinner — 6:45 pm

We suggest arriving early to ensure dinner availability. WE RESERVE DINNER IN ADVANCE. Registrations received after 6/9/2018 will NOT include dinner. We also cannot accept cancellations or postponements after 6/9/2018.

PLEASE NOTE CHANGE OF VENUE.  Please also note this venue has a strict “NO ALCOHOL” policy.  Thank you for your cooperation.

Chapter Business Meeting  — 7:00 to 7:45 pm

Chapter Vice-President, Lee Parsons, presides as chapter members discuss Chapter news as well as local and national home inspection matters. This meeting is open to all (including non-members) and guests are welcome with questions, or to simply learn more about the home inspection profession.

Educational Presentation — 7:45 to 9:00 pm

“Greywater Systems”

Christina Bertea is an eco artist, water activist, and union trained plumbing contractor. She served a 4-year apprenticeship in Local 159, Plumbers and Steamfitters and was the first woman admitted in the program. She designed and built a passive solar urban infill rammed earth cottage with radiant heat, taught plumbing at AND’s construction education center in West Oakland, which had classes work on Habitat for Humanity houses in East Oakland. She became a contractor in 1996 and has plumbed quite a few “alternative” houses, including straw bale and rammed earth.

Christina loves to create artworks that spark curiosity and awareness about our relationship to water. She is also interested in the spiritual aspects of water and creates fountains and water features. As a member of the Greywater Guerrillas she helped re-write an improved, more user-friendly greywater code for CA in 2009. With the now mainstream Greywater Action she teaches hands-on greywater and rainwater installation workshops and does installations directly.

We will do a survey of the most common low-tech greywater systems that you may be seeing during your inspections.  Learn what to watch for and maintenance that might be required.  We will also review some of the more complex ”high-tech” systems and how to evaluate them. Bring photos of systems that you have encountered and may have questions about, so we can have a lively discussion.

Attendees earn one ASHI CE.

Registration and Fees
  • $45 with registration by 6/9/2018
  • $55 with registration after 6/9/2018, same-day registration, or ‘at the door’
  • Registrations after 6/9/2018 or “at the door” DO NOT INCLUDE DINNER
  • We are unable to accommodate attendees to ‘listen only’.  You must purchase dinner to attend the meeting.

Registration fees are non-refundable and non-transferrable to other dates as we pay for dinner in advance.  If you register and fail to cancel by 6/9/2018, you will be charged as the chapter will be charged for your meal.

REGISTER NOW!