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Preparing Customers for a Home Performance Assessment?

Originally published: 1/1/10 by Paul Morin


Once you've landed a Home Performance Contracting job, helping your customers prepare for an assemssment is critical. Communication is key. Here's what an assessment should include and how to approach the details with your customer.

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About Paul Morin

Paul Morin

Paul Morin was a carpenter who framed houses for 15 years before becoming a weatherization auditor in 1991. He also worked for the Center for Energy and Environment for more than 12 years, diagnosing building shell, combustion spillage, ventilation, and moisture problems in single-family and multi-family buildings. He has been working as a Technical Sales Specialist for The Energy Conservatory since 2009 and is past president of the Minnesota Building Performance Association.




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