Use Modern Materials to Create the Traditional Exteriors Buyers Want
The Use Modern Materials to Create the Traditional Exteriors Buyers Want webinar replay will share how to effectively implement in-demand, traditional homebuilding pattern details, and how to identify the home styles that work on a single block face. See examples of traditional neighborhood architecture done well while learning actionable tips on how to reproduce traditional design simply and economically. We’ll explore available products you can use to appeal to the most discerning buyers by offering authentic, architectural-level design details without a lot of fuss and expense.
Participants in this webinar replay will:
- Recognize popular, classical home building details.
- Produce classical details economically by choosing modern, durable and low-maintenance materials.
- Prepare to wow a Design Review Board.
Speaker: Fernando Pagés Ruiz, Consultant to the Vinyl Siding Institute
This IBS Education webinar replay is sponsored by
NAHB Continuing Education: 1.0 hours of continuing education credits for the following 12 designations: CAPS, CGA, CGB, CGP, CGR, CMP, CSP, GMB, GMR, Master CGP, Master CSP, MIRM.
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Fernando Pagés Ruiz
Consultant to the Vinyl Siding Institute
Homebuilder, developer and author, Fernando Pagés Ruiz builds in the Midwest and Mountain States and consults internationally on how to build high-quality, affordable and energy-efficient homes. Legacy Business Leaders now works nationwide to help business owners in the construction industry re-chart their goals, learn key business disciplines and capitalize on the Legacy Process for success and long-term profitability. As a builder, his projects have numerous awards including the 2008 “Green Building Single Family House of the Year” and the 2007 “Workforce Housing Award” from the National Association of Home Builders.