Post Number: 725
|Posted on Sunday, September 09, 2012 - 12:27 pm: ||
I'll mark you down for 4, Chris. Knowing your guys, that's 4 kegs of beer too.
Post Number: 4
|Posted on Thursday, September 06, 2012 - 03:10 pm: ||
It looks fun, but it's a little too far for me to travel.
Post Number: 167
|Posted on Wednesday, September 05, 2012 - 01:54 pm: ||
Post Number: 722
|Posted on Wednesday, September 05, 2012 - 11:16 am: ||
There is no deadline, but we like to know how many are going to be there because all the food is catered and ordered ahead of time. We would like a week advance notice if possible. Register online here: http://www.slateroofers.org/downloads/SRCA_short_registration_2012.pdf.
More info about he Slate Roofing Conference: http://www.slateroofers.org/conference_2012.html
Post Number: 48
|Posted on Tuesday, September 04, 2012 - 11:23 am: ||
Just wondering-- is there a deadline to pre-register, or can you just show up on the 28th with a check? I'd love to go, but have to resolve some other possible commitments, and may not know until that week whether I can make it or not.
Post Number: 867
|Posted on Monday, August 13, 2012 - 06:06 pm: ||
More than welcome! We enjoy "showing off"
Seriously though, the more the average person knows about slate, the easier our job will be.
Post Number: 711
|Posted on Monday, August 13, 2012 - 04:26 pm: ||
The 2012 SRCA Conference is open to the public. Non-members pay $250 to register (spouses and kids don't pay). Register here: http://www.slateroofers.org/downloads/registration_form_2012.pdf
Post Number: 15
|Posted on Sunday, August 12, 2012 - 07:11 pm: ||
Is this open to Non-professional roofers? I am a motivated home owner who happens to live just minutes from your shop ( i have been there a few times to pick up some tools). In the past I have had professional slaters work on my roof and have been happy with their work but deep down I am a DIYer and in the future want to take on some future projects myself. Although I have alot of info on slate roofing and have practiced some with my own tools and materials, nothing beats actually seeing it being done by the Pros in person.
Sorry for the rambling but to get to the point is the conference open to people such as myself? I dont want to be where Im not wanted and dont want to step on any toes. If this is open to just the professionals I understand. Thanks.
Post Number: 706
|Posted on Thursday, August 09, 2012 - 10:56 am: ||
2012 SRCA MEETING AND CONFERENCE
FROM NOON FRIDAY, SEPT. 28, SATURDAY, SEPT. 29 AND SUNDAY, SEPT. 30, 2012
REGISTER HERE: http://www.slateroofers.org/downloads/registration_form_2012.pdf
Member: $200/person; Non-Member: $250/person; Spouse/Domestic Partner/ No Charge
143 Forest Lane, Grove City, PA 16127
(the conference this year is being hosted by Joseph Jenkins, Inc.)
Short Slate German RoofingGerman Slating: Chris Short, Short Slate
Ornamental Slate Wall Cladding: Liam Tower, Slate Affair
Professional Copper Work: Erno Ovari, Copper Exclusive [TENTATIVE]
Hooked Slate Installation: John Chan, The Durable Slate Company
Ceramic V-tile Hips:The Durable Slate Company
Liam Tower Ornamental Slating
Standing Seam Metal Roofing: Ross Gibson
Concave Curved Copper Standing Seam: Chris Paulin, Paulin Slate and Copper
Soldering Copper: Brent Ulisky, Joseph Jenkins, Inc.
Using a Shrinker-Stretcher: Anthony Paulin, Paulin Wagner Roofing Mahan HallSlate and Copper
Orion Jenkins eyebrow dormer
Eyebrow Dormer with Heavy Slate: Orion Jenkins, Joseph Jenkins, Inc.
Safety: Grant Meloun, The Durable Slate Company
Powerpoint Presentations including:
Tile Roofing with Snow Rails: John Crookston, Upright Inc.
Guarantees and Warranties: Terry Lowe, Lowe Roofing
John Crookston Tile Roof Project
Mahan Hall at the Naval Academy, Annapolis, MD: Chuck Wagner, Wagner Roofing Company
and other presentations yet to be announced.