CCW’s Bill Leys to Present Webinar for Community Associations Institute April 10th

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I’m pleased to announce that DeckExpert.com  will be presenting a 1 hour webinar on April 10th starting at 2 pm eastern time, 11 am western for the Community Associations Institute.

The  presentation “Hit the Deck: Inspecting, Maintaining and Replacing Waterproof Decks” will focus on what signs of problems to look for on site inspections, maintenance of waterproof decks and costs that should be allocated for reserves towards maintenance and replacement.

Beloved by homeowners as extra living space, decks are often despised by board members and community managers because of the problems that always seem to come with them. Of the top 10 building components named defective in suits, waterproof decks are high on the list.

Depending on their construction and care, decks can either boost property values or drain reserves. Whether your community is looking to build new decks, replace older structures or maintain existing ones, this webinar will teach you how to protect your investment.

Topics

  • Types of decks
  • Conducting deck inspections
  • Maintenance of waterproof coatings
  • Calculating the total cost of deck ownership
  • Manufacturer warranties
  • Best practices for replacement projects

You can sign up now –click here

About CAI

Community Associations Institute (CAI), is an international organization dedicated to building better communities, provides education and resources to community association homeowner leaders, professional managers, association management companies and other businesses and professionals who provide products and services to community associations.

With more than 31,000 members, we work in partnership with 60 chapters, including a chapter in South Africa, as well as with housing leaders in a number of other countries, including Australia, Canada, the United Arab Emirates and the United Kingdom.

Our mission is to inspire professionalism, effective leadership and responsible citizenship—ideals reflected in communities that are preferred places to call home.

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