Attention Community Association Managers-Management Firms
CAI has just approved our seminar “Hit the Deck: Inspecting, Maintaining and Replacing Waterproof Decks” for one hour of credit for CMCA's needing recertification.
California based CAI chapters and management firms-call now to book us for a seminar and you'll learn that-
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 seminar will teach you how to protect your clients investments.
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.
Types of decks
Conducting deck inspections
Maintenance of waterproof coatings
Calculating the total cost of deck ownership
Best practices for replacement projects
Speaker Bill Leys is a former Certified Manager of Community Associations who is now a deck waterproofing contractor and consultant. He spent three years working for Manderley Property Services in San Luis Obispo, Calif., managing 16 associations. He is the author of “Deck Coatings and Their Care,” which was published in a number of CAI chapter magazines, ECHOJournal and has also presented seminars and webinars for chapters, ECHO and APRA.
Your CMCA designated managers can receive one hour of credit towards re-certification.
For information and to schedule a seminar, contact me at