The Difficult Defects series tackles Tarion’s Top 10 claims and teaches you how to avoid, identify, and address them. In this seminar, you will learn all about floors and stairs defects. These defects often irritate homeowners. They can ruin an otherwise perfect house and can hurt your reputation and bottom line.
Join us for a fast-paced morning workshop and enjoy a complimentary breakfast. Meet other builders, build new connections, and hear advice from an expert on how to prevent pesky defects.
This is the second installment of the Difficult Defects series:
- Part 1 – Paint, Trim & Drwall
- Part 2 – Floors & Stairs
Note: You do not have to take the first part of the series to attend this one. This seminar is open to everyone.
In this half-day course, you will:
- Get practical tips on preventing floor and stair defects
- Learn how to read and interpret Tarion’s Construction Performance Guidelines
- Network with other builders and learn how they stay out of trouble
This course is a half day course.
The course fee includes participant materials and breakfast. Please notify us of any food allergies and/or dietary restrictions that you may have.
Group rates are available for 6 or more. Please email to set up a group rate.
If you have any questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
About the Speaker
Henderson Brothers Contracting and Consulting
Dave has over 30 years experience in the residential construction industry in a variety of positions from hands-on trade experience to policy, Code and Tarion development. Dave is a former Tarion Operations Manager, Director of Industry Relations for the Ontario Home Builders’ Association and most recently Supervisor of Quality Assurance for Brookfield Residential. He has been involved in every Building Code change process with the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing since 1992.
Dave is also a co-author of the Tarion Construction Performance Guidelines. Dave currently works with builders to analyze internal processes, identifying opportunities for quality improvements and customer service excellence.
If you have not cancelled yourself from the seminar within 48 hours or less prior to its commencement and you did not show up, you will be charged a full fee.
If you need to cancel yourself from a seminar and it is 48 hours or less you will be able to send someone else from your organization.
A full refund of the paid amount (less $75 + HST Administration Fee) will be issued for cancellations made up to 48 hours prior to the seminar. (Cancellations must be received by phone or email)
Rescheduling, relocating, or cancelling events is at the discretion of buildABILITY Corporation. Should this happen: we will provide a notice 5 days prior to the seminar, you will not be charged.