Tag: Low Income


DuctTesters Supports Veterans

DuctTesters, Inc. is supporting the Habitat for Humanity San Fernando / Santa Clarita Valley Chapter’s Rappel Over the Edge for Veterans Event! 100% of the proceeds will go directly to the construction of new homes, in North Los Angeles County, for low-income Veteran’s and their families. This event allows you to experience a rare opportunity where you can rappel down from the roof of the 25-story Universal Hilton Hotel located at the world-famous and iconic Universal Studios Hollywood.

The event will be held on October 7 & 8 of 2016. ‬Learn more about how you or your company can participate by visiting: 

http://www.humanityca.org/events.php or download the event packet as a pdf here: http://www.humanityca.org/OverTheEdgePacket_web.pdf.

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  • Habitat for Humanity, San Fernando/Santa Clarita Valleys’ mission is to build affordable homes for low-income civilian and veteran families, and provide services that empower them to build brighter futures as homeowners. We are a locally run, independent, 501(c)(3) non-profit organization serving North Los Angeles City and County, building houses and futures for low-income families. We partner with our sister agency, Homes for Families® to specialize in building Enriched Neighborhood® communities–which hold the promise to move low income families up into the middle class. Founded in 1990, we are currently building over 150 homes for low-income veterans in collaboration with the California Department of Veterans Affairs. To date, we have built 317 homes placing us in the top 5% of Habitat affiliates nationwide.
  • Homes for Families is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization serving low-income families through the development and replication of the Enriched Neighborhood® model. This model offers a powerful out-come based program of wrap-around services and education that empowers under-served families to build equity, self-sufficiency skills, and advocacy capacity to move themselves up in socio-economic status. For Veterans and their military families, these wrap-around services are enhanced with much-needed trauma-informed programs and services to address PTSD, Military Sexual Trauma, Traumatic Brain Injury and other issues prevalent in military families. Homes for Families partners with non-profits, government entities, and corporations to bring the outcome-proven Enriched Neighborhood® model to communities.
  • Over The Edge is a special events company that provides signature events for non-profit organizations around the world. Business leaders, individuals and community members are invited to raise donations in exchange for the experience of going over the edge of a prominent building. This unique event generates front page news, raises thousands of dollars and provides participants with a once-in-a-lifetime experience. Over The Edge is responsible for all technical aspects of the event including the insurance, professional staff and rappelling equipment. In addition, OTE provides a comprehensive Fundraising Manual to conduct a successful fund raising event. Our mission is to create a legacy with a 10 year goal to help non-profit organizations throughout North America raise $50 million dollars.



DuctTesters Attends PCBC 2016

PCBC Energy ConsultantOnce again DuctTesters attended PCBC (Pacific Coast Builder Convention).  This year’s trade show was held on Wednesday, June 22 and Thursday, June 23 in San Francisco.  PCBC is attended by home builders, developers, architects, building scientists, energy consultants, lenders, investors, marketers and product manufacturers from a range of housing forms including single-family, multifamily, mixed-use, 50+ and resort development.  

There is an exhibit floor compiled of extensive building industry products and service solutions, along with a number of educational conferences and forums.  There are countless networking opportunities throughout the convention days which include breakfast meetings, lunch meetings, cocktail hours, lounge retreats, dinner events, evening events, and much more.  If you are attending and interested in meeting, please let us know and we can set up a time to see you there.

In 2015, there were close to 9,000 attendees of which:    

PCBC Attendance 2015

Below are photos from the 2016 show in San Francisco.  Please note that in no way are we promoting any products or companies.  These are photos taken at the event, walking the floor, attending seminars, etc.  If you would like us to add any other photos you took at the event, we would be more than happy to.  Please email them to info@ducttesters.com.