Typically, a "direct install" is an active cost- and energy-saving piece of equipment usually installed in-unit. By "active," we mean something that the occupant of the home uses rather than a passive device like insulation, which homeowners don't regularly interact with. Some examples include faucet aerators, showerheads, and thermostats.
This program seeks to train incoming Anura technicians on blown-in insulation tasks as well as providing a whole host of other useful information such as safety, tool usage, tips & tricks, and working together in a team.
In the 'written content' section of this page, you will find the official written procedures for performing direct installs. Use these to to prepare yourself before performing any direct installs in the field.