Episode 166: Everything You Need to Know About Geo-Thermal with Wyatt Roberts from Dandelion Energy
In this episode we focus on geo-thermal - the upfront cost, the long term costs, the types of buildings that geo-thermal can provide the most value in, and so much more.
Wyatt Roberts is the Director of Pre Construction for Dandelion Energy, the nation’s leading home geothermal company offering heating and cooling solutions for the 21st century. Dandelion’s state of the art heat pump system combines wifi enabled monitoring and secure cloud storage creating a smarter, more responsive, and more innovative approach than any other heating/cooling system on the market. Wyatt is a veteran in the building industry, and prior to joining Dandelion, he specialized in high-performance home construction in upstate New York.
Dr. John Demartini is a world-renowned specialist in human behaviour, a researcher, author, and global educator. He has authored 40 books that have been translated into 39 different languages and has shared the stage with some of the world’s most influential people. Dr. Demartini has studied over 299 academic disciplines throughout the past 48 years. A global educator, he is the founder of the Demartini Institute that has helped thousands of people around the world transform their life according to their highest values and create their “life masterpiece.”
In this episode we get into why you need a general contractor, what a general contractor does, and what's required to become a general contractor.
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Whether you are new to real estate or have been in the game for a while, Kayla has some really great advice for all landlords out there.
Kayla Andrade is a wife, a mother, a landlord and now, an advocate. She prefers actions with tangible results rather than sitting back and ignoring the issues. Ms. Andrade has a long record of successfully guiding local and provincial landlords through many issues and policies. Many have noticed her motivation and advocacy skills.
This strong commitment and dedication are how Ontario Landlords Watch was born, finally providing an avenue where Landlords could share their experiences and struggles. Over the years, this grassroots advocacy organization has built a solid foundation of supporters through their supportive services involving the rental housing market, the Residential Tenancies Act and the Landlord and Tenant Board legislation. This strong team has evolved to fight for the rights of Landlords and the plight of good Tenants and the heavily burdened Taxpayer. They seize every opportunity to meet with elected Officials, Taxpayers, Landlords and tenants to discuss solutions to the Housing Crisis.
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