This seminar was originally scheduled for April 9 at Denver Mart. It is now repurposed into a two-part webinar to be held on April 16 from 2-3:15 and April 23 from 2-3:15.
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Let it Hail, Let it Hail, Let it Hail - Part 1
HAIL ASSESSMENT & DOCUMENTATION
We invite both commercial and residential roofing contractors to join us for a two-part webinar series on hail assessments, “functional damage” and where the industry is headed tomorrow.
Determining whether or not hail caused a certain condition requires sound, systematic inspection procedures, thorough documentation, knowledge of the roofing product in question, and sometimes testing.
Part 1 | April 16
Background on conducting hail assessments so that the damage is properly documented.
Hail damage by roofing type (low and steep slope)
What is NOT a hail strike and fraud patterns
Initial examination and data collection and presentation
Part 2 | April 23
Hail Damage Documentation & Standardized Reporting
Scope of Work
Residential Roofing Bill C.R.S. 6-22-101 thru 6-22-105 (SB38)
Functional Damage - what is means and how to discuss it
Future of Hail Damage - Drones
Whether you are new to assessing hail damage or have been doing it for years, you WILL NOT want to miss this low-cost opportunity to gain valuable knowledge for you and your business!
Thursday, April 16, 2020 - Part 1
2:00 - 3:15 pm
Cost: $30/per member and $60/non-member per session.
*Virtual seating is limited.
*Zoom meeting details will be emailed upon registration.
Register to attend by clicking on the REGISTRATION OPTIONS link above.
CRA Member CIU’s = 2 per person per webinar
For More Information:
You must register for Part 2 of the Webinar Series - April 23rd - seperately.
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*You don't have to take both, but if you can, we recommend that you do.
About the presenter...
Rich Boon, P.E., Construction Support Services, has examined thousands of roofs working about 50/50 for and against insurance companies. He is a registered unmanned aircraft pilot that has used drones to examine hundreds of project in several states looking for hail damage.