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Specifying Plumbing Like a Pro

When:

August 7, 2024 | 12:00 PM ET

Presenter:

Carly Seefeldt, CKBD, Associate Interior Designer of Kohler

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What You Will Learn

As a kitchen and bath professional if you’re looking for a way to give yourself a professional edge in specifying plumbing, this webinar is just for you.

Join Carly Seefeldt, CKBD, to learn tips and best practices regarding specifying shower plumbing correctly and knowing the important questions designers should be asking their clients to ensure they are getting exactly what they want out of their bathroom remodels.

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand the difference between thermostatic and volume solutions vs. Rite temp and transfer solutions.
  • Realize the importance of knowing the flow rate of showering components and how to prevent specifying solutions that exceed your valve’s GPM (gallon per minute) capacity.
  • Know when it is appropriate to recommend digital vs mechanical showering solutions.
Featured Presenter
Carly Seefeldt, CKBD

My name is Carly Seefeldt, and I am an Associate Interior Designer at the Kohler Design Center. My passion for plumbing began during a college internship at The Kohler Signature Store in Wauwatosa, WI. As I was learning the product, I remembered someone saying how “plumbing is the jewelry of the bathroom” and that little fact is exactly why I fell in love with plumbing. So many people overlook how plumbing can importantly impact the overall design of a bathroom. I just love showing clients the beauty that different collections and finishes can impact a space.

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