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LIVE ONLINE: Residential Zoning 8507-0009; June 1, 2021
June 01, 2021
VIRTUAL via ZOOM
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Residential Zoning 8507-0009 - Virtual Class: 6/1
When installing a new furnace or air conditioning system, a zoning system is a supplemental system that improves the efficiency and performance of the HVAC system. Zoning systems split the home into multiple zones that can be conditioned independently of one another, providing better control over comfort and energy consumption throughout the structure. In this class we will us a real-life example and explore design options and considerations. We will look at how to properly select equipment, the equipment needed and how to put it all together into an efficient and comfortable system.
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Class Fee: $25.00
A $25 registration fee will be billed to dealers who want NATE credit for this class. NATE re-certification fee is not included. To receive NATE credit, the class MUST apply to your specific specialty.
CANCELLATION: If you register for a class and cannot attend, please be sure to email firstname.lastname@example.org to avoid a cancellation fee. Dealerships will be charged according to the schedule listed below for individuals who do not cancel. *If we are able to fill your spot with another student, you will not be billed for cancellations.
More than 15 days prior to scheduled class = Full tuition refund
5-14 days prior to scheduled class = 50% tuition refund
Less than 5 day prior to scheduled class = No refund
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