Building Green and beer Introduces - Insulated studs that save money

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Building Green and beer Introduces - Insulated studs that save money

Time: April 5, 2018 from 5:30pm to 7pm
Location: Brewery Vivant
Street: 925 Cherry Street Southeast
City/Town: Grand Rapids
Website or Map: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/…
Phone: 6164586733
Event Type: green, building, education
Organized By: GreenHome Institute
Latest Activity: Mar 31

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Imagine a stud that was pre-insulated but installed just like a regular one? 

Welcome,TSTUD

Whether you just want to save your clients money, meet/beat the new MI energy code or get certified to Energy Star or LEED, TSTUD will help you get there. 1/4 of the cost of rigid exterior insulation helps save money upfront and on energy costs!

The first 20 people in the door get a free beer on us! 

Come on out and learn more about this new better wall system and what rebates may be applicable.

Approved for 1 hour in continuing education units 

AIA (HSW)
GBCI / LEED APH
BPI Non-Whole House 
MI Builders & Architect License 
Certified Green Professional 
Certified GreenHome Pro

Agenda
5:30 - 6 Networking
6 - 7 Presentation & Q&A

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