Hudson Valley, NY Chapter meeting Tuesday June 29th, 2004.
EVERYONE is cordially invited to the next meeting of the next Hudson Valley NY Chapter of the International Association of Certified Home Inspectors (InterNACHI) on Tuesday, June 29th, 2004. Based in the Hudson Valley of New York state, the chapter now has more than 70 members and is attracting more members from throughout its home state, as well as parts of New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Connecticut. This monthly meeting is the home inspection event of the Northeast. New and veteran home inspectors are all welcome-you need not be a member of InterNACHI. Anyone interested in home inspections can attend. Dress casual if you like, as our meetings are informal and fun, the way they should be. Spouses welcome. Come hungry!
Expert Rob McNamara will be speaking about inspecting wood & gas burning appliances, clearances, CO, fire walls, and inspecting for safety.
InterNACHI's own Joe Farsetta, Code of Ethics Chairperson, InterNACHI Steering Committee member, and home inspector, will be speaking about New York State home inspection legislation and New York's newly developed multi-Chapter website. www.nynachi.org
Note: This meeting is open to all Home Inspectors, affiliated to any organization or not. There will be ample time to help any newcomers to the HI business with a question and answer period.
425 E. Route 59
Nanuet, NY 10954
I-87/287, ex. 14 (SR 59 E.), htl. 3 Mi.on right/ Palisades Pkwy., ex. 8 W., htl. on left.(Make a U-turn at 2nd light). Or click Comfort Inn to get to a map.
6:00 p.m: social gathering in lounge
6:45 p.m: dinner seating
7:45 pm: speakers.
A great dinner. Cost is $25 but there are NO DUES to join the Hudson Valley InterNACHI Chapter. Membership is free and everyone is welcome. Let Joe Farsetta at firstname.lastname@example.org. know if you are coming by Monday night so he can tell the cook.
To be announced.
Attendance counts as 1 hour toward member continuing education requirements.
Everyone is welcome to attend this open-door free home inspection event.