January 3, 2011 -- Learn how to manage the new EPA RRP Rules to your business advantage!
In this one-hour webinar, "Navigating the EPA Lead Containment Maze", we will cover many aspects of running your business while complying with the EPA RRP Rule, including:
- BUSINESS OPERATIONS: How to set-up your business to fully comply, including paperwork, record-keeping, increased costs, and insurance.
- SALES & MARKETING: How to overcome customer resistance and objections.
- INSTALLATION & SERVICE: How to manage adding labor, material and clerical requirements and not lose money.
Our experts will share information and answer questions such as:
- Like most states, New Jersey has over $150,000 available to pay for Lead Safe Renovations – per job.
- Milwaukee Wisconsin offered $160 to homeowners if the replaced lead coated windows with new ones – per window.
- Vice President Biden recently announced $110 million in grants to clean up lead hazards last month.
- Lead Safe Work Practices can be fully tax-deductible to the owner.
- There is a simple change you can make to turn customer dread into relief
- There is a proprietary practice that is an effective marketing tool and saves up to 25% of the work you need to do.
- There is a federally registered Certification Mark (similar to Energy Star) you can use as a credential to differentiate your RRP service from your competition
- Your competitors might be your best customers.
- There is a simple and foolproof way to avoid EPA fines, homeowner litigation and avoid additional liability insurance.
- The RRP Rule itself absolves you any responsibility for any lead outside the scope of your work.
- A small sugar packet filled with Lead Dust is enough to contaminate up to 10 houses
- EPA does not require personal protection for your workers, but OSHA does.
- What role HUD plays in RRP.
- No Certified Renovator is authorized to sign a contract with anyone to do Lead-Safe Work.
- If you want to use subs for RRP, you have to pay their withholding and insurances.
- There are two accepted tests kits but only one can be used on sheetrock, plaster, metal, etc.
- Which is better, zippers for containment plastic or overlap?
- A simple and foolproof method to train workers time and time again, getting actual containment done while monitoring their work.
- You can cut containment costs and time by more than 50% when replacing windows using a simple technique.
There will be ample time to ask questions and get answers from well-known industry leaders.
Sign up today for this FREE webinar, co-sponsored by ForRenovationPros.com and Qualified Remodelers' Business Growth Series.