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MAC-ASHI Technical Seminar–Saturday November 21st, 2020
Featuring 4 Experts
"Real World Chimney Inspections for the Home Inspector"
"Log Home Inspections"
"Intro to Barrier and Reservoir Claddings"
"Inspecting the Exterior Envelope: The Devil's in the Details"
Learn From the Experts
One of the most important areas of home inspection is the fireplace and the chimney
system. But chimneys often vent more than just fireplaces. They also vent furnaces, boilers
and various types of stoves burning a variety of fuels. Often as a home inspector you are
faced with the responsibility of inspecting these devices within the realm of the standard of
care of the home inspection industry. It is an area that traditionally carries with it a high risk
of issues and call backs, but now there is the training you need to do chimney inspections
with expertise and understanding.
Increase your expertise in fireplaces and chimneys, both masonry and factory built, by
attending Chimney & Fireplace Inspection Course For Home Inspectors. Learn from one of
the leading experts in the industry in a classroom setting where you will be presented the
information in a way that you can digest it and put it to work for you.
Inspector for 19 years, Bronson Anderson ACI is a second generation inspector and ASHI member. He is
the owner of Inspector Homes, Inc. in Waynesboro VA. He services most of the state. He is Licensed
through the Commonwealth of VA as a Home inspector, with a New Residential Construction
endorsement. He is a former team, and squad leader in the US Army Infantry with tours in Afghanistan.
Past president of CV-ASHI, and BR-ASHI chapters. Current board member of ASHI national. Mentor for
new inspectors. He co-developed and teaches, Virginia's only certified class for Realtors regarding home
inspections. He is published in the ASHI reporter regarding Log home inspections.
Michael Conrad II, ACI, CRT, CMI, ECI-3 is an entrepreneur and building scientist based in the Nashville,
TN area. He is the founder and CEO of DILIGENT, a multi-inspector, multi-disciplinary home inspection
company, and has personally performed and overseen thousands of inspections. He is also the Chief
Environmentalist of DILIGENT Environmental, a full service environmental testing company. He is a
Council-Certified Microbial Investigator (CMI), an EDI Certified EIFS/Stucoo/AMSV Inspector and
Moisture Analyst (ECI-3), a Certified Residential Thermographer (CRT), an ASHI Certified Inspector (ACI),
and a Tennessee Licensed Home Inspector. He specializes in moisture investigations, and evaluation of
the wall assembly, and mold assessments, and is a leading local expert on mold growth, building science,
crawlspaces, and indoor air quality in the Mid TN region. He is a national speaker and panelist in the
Building Science and Inspection industries, and is passionate about education, enjoying the nuance of
language that allows us to take complicated things and break them down into bite-size-pieces.
Mark Parlee is a Building Consultant with over 40 years in the construction trades, having worked as a
framing and siding carpenter, homebuilder, remodeler, and exterior renovator. While working in these
trades he has built or dismantled and replaced the exteriors on several hundred homes. This has allowed
him to see what works, and to also see the problematic details that have led to moisture intrusion into the
building envelope and to effect corrections.
Mark currently uses the expertise gathered over his life’s work as a consultant on construction defects and
moisture intrusion as an expert witness, and as a seminar presenter. He is EDI (Exterior Design Institute)
Certified as an EIFS, Stucco and Stone Inspector /Moisture Analyst/Quality Control and is also certified by
EDI as a Building Envelope II, Steep Slope Roof Inspector and was one of the instructors of the first EDI
Stone Veneer Inspection Certification Seminar. He is a certified Level I Infrared Thermographer and
Certified Residential Thermographer. Mark has been a guest lecturer for Architecture Forensics at Iowa
State University. Mark has also attained certification as a Building Envelope Investigator through BESI
(Building Envelope Science Institute) and written many articles for The Journal of Light Construction.
|| Room Opens
|| Chimney Safety
|| Log Homes
|| Barrier Cladding
|| Water Penetration
*For students registered in a Maryland-approved Home Inspection class during the Fall 2020 semester
Pending approval for 8 ASHI, MD CEs & VA accepts ASHI CEs
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