Discussion in 'Industry News, Training & Organizations' started by David Hunt, May 29, 2008.
David nice points . Also what about the whole visulization process. how ,where and why .
Dobby, am I hoping against hope you will be putting a program together soon?
If so, please send me a registration as soon as you have them ready.
If not, why not?????
What about a Woven Installation tool set that comes with the price of admission. It would have the basics to get started and to use in the class?
Some needles and thread? lmao
Not a bad idea but, in my case, I will not be doing any installation work. This class would be like others I attend- to increase my knowledge. I may learn enough to do some minor repairs, but the fact is, I simply am not good enough with my hands to do what most of your others can. A repair you oculd do for $100.00 I would have to charge five times that as it would take me ten times as long to finish lmao
As an aside, Jeremy, you okay with all the water? Hoping you are not wet!!!! Spoke to a couple friends in your town over the last week and thankfully they have not been affected, but all the irreplaceable stuff is packed and ready to be moved in a moments notice! My prayers are with all those in harm's way... I'm also dreading what food is going to cost for the next year or so...
Dobby, Count me in if this could help an inspector who does not install full time. Peter K. and I could stab ourselves in the fingers a few times. Wake us up!
We were not directly hit with the flood water. I live on somewhat high ground. Walcro was almost flooded. There will be alot of work to be done in the near future. The whole state has seen some flooding.
I vote for a warm dry state for the next Woven Training.