Introducing the Building Science, Performance and Systems Track

A Smart, New Series
of Education Offerings Available Only
at the Builders’ Show
 

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New for the 2016 International Builders Show (IBS) is a unique
education track: Building Science,
Performance and Systems.
This track, exclusive
to IBS
, is focused on building a smarter, better and more efficient home
and will reflect the theory, science, codes and techniques to help builders,
remodelers and design professionals accomplish just that. 

“With new building products and techniques emerging at a
rapid pace, we felt it was important to have an education track dedicated to
these topics,” explains Alan
Hanbury, Convention Education Subcommittee Chair.  “Additionally, as
codes and building methods continue to evolve, builders need to understand the
best ways to keep their homes healthy, comfortable and enjoyable to live in
while still meeting these new requirements!” 

Here’s some of
what you can expect from this new Knowledge Building track:

  • Discover emerging tools, gadgets and
    methodologies that will make your homes smarter and enhance the enjoyment your
    customers get from living in them.
  • Learn how to sell these upgraded (and
    profitable) features to buyers – even when they are the less-noticeable,
    behind-the-walls features.
  • Examine advanced building science techniques to help you reduce
    construction costs and increase energy efficiency.
  • Demonstrate to potential buyers the value of
    these building innovations – from reduced costs, increased comfort, total
    convenience … and fun!

 How to Gain Access
to Knowledge-Building Sessions

When you register for 2016 IBS, make sure you select the FULL REGISTRATION option – which will
be available at a discounted rate September 1-30, 2015 only. 

Full registration gives you access to all 120+ education
session available at IBS, including this innovative and informative track,
Building Science, Performance and Systems.

Register now!

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