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The Association Home has a long history of creating wonderful examples of our member’s work, and this year’s home is planned to be green and Energy Star qualified meeting the expectations of clients expecting state of the art, energy efficient home building.
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Keith Rogers Homes, Inc. - custom home builders with over 17 years experience and committed to building custom homes with lasting value.
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KRH believes building a custom home should be a fun and creative experience. KRH works with customers through every detailed stage of the project to accomplish the realization of a dream home.
Keith Rogers, Keith Rogers Homes, Inc., will be building the 2010 edition of the Association Home on lot 246, Brookberry Farm. The home will be priced in the $550,000 range and be marketed by Lee Ross of Prudential Carolinas Realty. Brookberry Farm, one of Winston-Salem’s leading luxury family communities, also hosted last year’s Association Home.
The home, a traditional with flair, is an exciting design with a luxurious main level master suite, an open and dramatic great room and kitchen, and great indoor/outdoor relationships with a screen porch and deck. The home will have four bedrooms and four baths on two levels, a main level garage and a basement. The finished size will be approximately 3276 square feet and the basement will be ready for family expansion! * Plans will be available soon at the HBA office for our members to review and to submit bids
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President’s Message Rich Achor – ARENA Builders Change & Adapt for Today Is that light at the end of the tunnel or is it a train coming at us? Has your business picked up a little? Have you seen an increase in inquiries? Do you have a little more in the book? What does it mean?
Our businesses must continue to learn to adapt. We need to learn to adapt. Think continuing education – think new individual skills – think new opportunities to capture for your business.
How are you planning to react to the “good news”? Planning to hire, planning to buy some new equipment, planning to exhale. Think you made it?
Jack Welch was the extremely successful senior executive of GE in the 80s and 90s. His style and practices were widely studied and mimicked. He would not succeed today with those same practices. He would have adapted and changed his methods and his practices to meet today’s markets. The key is to manage your business for today with a serious eye on the future horizon.
What did you learn from the past few years? Have you changed your business model, changed your business’ focus, changed your procedures, changed your people? Will you go back to doing things the way you did in 2006? Will you rehire the same people, the same type of people, for the same positions? Not sure? Try this. Go into the closet, the attic, the garage, wherever you store the old pictures, the high school and college year books and take them out. Look at the pictures, evaluate the groups, read the articles about the drivers- the most important things. Do the people look the same today as they did then? Do people the same age today even look the same as they did then? What made the groups? Why did those people group together, are they together today? Would they be if they could? Do the most important things seem so important now? Are they the same things? Do you want the same haircut you had in high school, what about college? What about the clothes? Makes me wonder about teens and 20s with all their tattoos, but maybe I am just old.
We do not live and work in a marketplace of early adopters (old marketing school lexicon). The greater Winston area is not filled with people that have to have the latest and newest thing. They want quality and currency but will wait until things are proven. Winston did not get heavy into subprime lending, Winston did not lead the nation into recession and unfortunately we will not lead the way out. This is a great thing. Smart business people will realize this and will adapt their businesses accordingly. Think how advantageous it is to be able to see what is happening elsewhere, knowing that it is coming here, only you have time to adapt then react? I think that light just might be the beginning of the recovery. I know we have all made it this far, while many haven’t – we ARE survivors, we are adapters.
The point? It comes down to change, to adaptation. In almost every aspect of our lives we change and adapt every day. Our businesses and our business lives require the same. Nothing stays the same. If our businesses stagnate, they die. 3
REMODELERS UPDATE Chuck Hicks, President, NAHBR, HBAWS The NAHB Remodelers March meeting was held in the manufacturing facility of Winston Shower Door. Gary Reese and crew put on an awesome show of running product through the entire cycle of shower glass production - from cutting the panels from large glass sheets to running them through the tempering furnace. We had a great turnout of remodelers and associates. If other providers of services or products would like to host one of our monthly meetings, please contact me and we will discuss specifics. I attended the Lead Based Paint Certification training sponsored by the HBA in March. It was a well run class and very informative. There is a lot to learn, the responsibility level is high, and you are tested on
Welcome! NAHBR NEW MEMBER: Rob Boone R.H. Boone Construction For details about joining the NAHBR Chapter or for participation information for the Showcase of Remodeled Homes. Contact: Megan Parks at: email@example.com or 336-768-5942
the material, but the requirements can be comfortably achieved by our companies with a little extra effort & cost. I am still trying to determine the additional cost to a job, but I would expect it to be up to $2000 on most jobs. I would like to hear from others on what their cost expectations are. Since these additional costs will impact our competitiveness verses noncertified contractors, I was thinking about ways to promote our members to the general public. Perhaps we need to do an ad highlighting the requirements of the new EPA rules, and encouraging homeowners to ensure that their contractors are in compliance with the new law. Your thoughts as members to increase the awareness?
Mark your 2010 calendars: May Remodelers Meeting May 11 at WFU Deacon Tower
The Showcase of Remodeled Homes will take place May 15 & 16. We have a goal of 9 to 10 entries. Bob Vaughn, Cabinet Studios, is chair of the event this year and we appreciate his leadership. Our next meeting is Tuesday, April 13 at 6:00 pm at the Deacon Tower. Erik Anderson with AndersonMoore Builders and DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen will be the presenter. Our topic will be time management. I attended Erik’s class last month in Raleigh at the Builders Institute and found it to be a very useful class. Ensuring you maximize your time at work, and balancing home, business, and community commitments is a challenge that many of us face. Please let the HBA staff know if you plan to attend.
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NAHB Designation Course Certified Green Professional Implementing cost-effective green building into your construction practices begins with up-front planning that examines the whole house and the building science behind it. In this two-day course, you will learn how to apply the ANSI-approved National Green Building Standard™ in the construction of a new home, remodel, site development or multifamily project. With a focus on flexibility and a sound knowledge base, the course provides the tools for a successful green project. As a graduate of this course, you will learn: • How to integrate sound building science principles into design decisions and the materials selection process • How to incorporate the ANSI-approved National Green Building Standard • Examine specific best green building practices in each chapter of the National Green Building Standard • How to evaluate and sell in the growing green marketplace
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SPRING PARADE EXTRAVAGANZA BREAKFAST APRIL 29, AT MILBURN
ll members are invited to join us for a breakfast social and a tour of the Spring Parade Association Home on April 29th. The event will begin at 8:30 a.m. to be followed at 10:00 a.m. with a tour of the other Spring Parade entries for members and realtors. Buck Horn, Buck Horn Construction Co., Inc., is featuring his recently completed home in Milburn.
It has 4 bedroom, 3 1/2 bath brick home situated on a beautiful wooded lot with plenty of privacy. Incredible attention to detail throughout, including fabulous kitchen/keeping room with granite countertops, kitchen island and stainless steel appliances, numerous built-ins throughout the house, double sided fireplace between keeping room and great room, screened porch, and attached 2 car garage. Functional media/computer loft area upstairs and bonus room with additional built-ins.Karen Starets, Prudential Carolinas Realty, is the listing agent. There are several things about Milburn that will quickly become one of this area’s premier neighborhoods: It is centrally located between Lewisville and Clemmons and just 3 quick miles from Highway 421
The land itself is gorgeous! Huge old growth hardwood trees and a combination of flat and gently rolling terrain. Spacious lots range from approximately 3/4 of an acre to almost 3 1/2 acres, with beautiful vistas and almost 20 acres of common area where a tree-lined pond will have a small dock for the neighbors to enjoy. Home prices range from the high $400,000’s to $1,000,000+. Directions: 421 North to the Lewisville Clemmons exit; Left at top of ramp; Right on Styers Ferry when it turns at the stoplight; Styers Ferry makes another Right turn in approximately 2 miles. Stay on Styers Ferry for another 1 mile—Milburn is on the Right. Hope to see you on April 29th!
2010 SPRING PARADE OF HOMES BUILDERS Aher Builder, Inc Alan Fletcher Construction Co., Inc. ARENA Builders Benchmark Custom Homes Inc. Berrier Construction Co., Inc Buck Horn Construction Co., Inc. Collins Home Builders, Inc. Custom Homes by Hamrick, Inc. David Stenson Construction ( 2 Homes ) DR Horton ( 3 Homes) Empire Building & Design,LLC Frye Custom Homes Greenwood Developers H&V Construction ( 9 Homes) Keith Rogers Homes, Inc. Keystone Homes ( 4 Homes) Precept Construction, LLC Ricci Builders & Management, Inc. Robertson Builders LLC RS Parker Homes LLC Samnaz (3 Homes) Shugart Enterprises, LLC ( 3 Homes) Sidden Homes Sonoma Building Company Tradition Homes Wade Jurney Homes Inc. Watch for the NEW development/lot listings in the Spring Parade tabloid this year. 8
CONGRATULATIONS TO WINNERS OF THE 2009 BUILDER & ASSOCIATE OF THE YEAR
Steve Hurst and Jerry Herman congratulate John McPherson in being chosen 2009 Associate of the Year.
Jerry Herman, presents Rick Tozier with 2009 Builder of the Year Award.
WOMEN’S COUNCIL Rosemary Howell, President
The Women’s Council had a very informative meeting in March. Our speaker, Dr. Dennis Moser, Principal of the Career Center not only brought us up to date with current events at the Career Center but also shared the plans for the new Career Center which is scheduled to open the Summer 2011. Our speaker for our April meeting will be Daisy Rodriguez whose is with the Second Harvest Food Bank. Ms. Rodriguez will be providing information on the Kids Café Program and the Backpack Program. We will also be discussing our plans to sell “skirts” at the upcoming HBA golf tournament. The proceeds from the sale of the “skirts” go to Hospice in memory of Darlene Good. We will also be collecting books to be donated to the Shepherd’s Center for their used book sale which will be May 6, 7 and 8.
HAMMER & NAILS
Congratulations! Will & Sarah Bulluck on the birth of their daughter, Liza
The following individuals participated in the Spring Session of Builder Institute: John Sangimino, Coventry Design, LLC Zack Rothrock, Zack Rothrock Builders Charles Hicks, Icon Builders, LLC Benchmark Custom Homes
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HOW DO THE NEW LEAD PAINT RULES AFFECT YOU?
Do you do renovation work in homes, child-care
facilities or schools built before 1978? If so, you need to know about new regulations regarding the removal of lead-based paint.
A history lesson The federal Environmental Protection Agency recently adopted rules for contractors renovating, repairing or painting structures built prior to 1978 to ensure leadsafe work practices. The EPA gave states the option of creating their own state-run program, and North Carolina elected to do so. On January 1, 2010, North Carolina’s Lead-Based Paint Renovation, Repair and Painting (RRP) Program went into effect. The North Carolina Lead RRP Program meets the minimum requirements and is no more restrictive than the federal program. Key differences in EPA vs. N.C. Lead-Based Paint RRP programs Most importantly the North Carolina Lead-Based Paint RRP Program went into effect Jan. 1, 2010, instead of the April 22, 2010, effective date of the federal EPA program. Therefore, businesses currently performing any renovation, repair or painting work in a structure built prior to 1978 should already be certified to perform this work. The maximum fine in North Carolina is $750/day versus the potential $37,500 daily fine from the EPA. In addition, the fee structure for certification or recertification of a renovation firm is different. In
North Carolina only the renovation firm must pay a fee; there is no charge for certified renovators within a certified renovation firm. Applicability The North Carolina Lead-Based Paint RRP Program applies to homes, child care facilities, and schools built before 1978. Enforcement Enforcement of this program falls under the purview of the N.C. Department of Health and Human Services, not the local building inspectors. Any questions, concerns or comments about this program should be directed to NCDHHS Lead-Based Paint Hazard Management Program at (919) 707-5950. Training As of the writing of this article, the N.C. Department of Health and Human Services has not yet certified any trainers to teach the N.C. Lead-Based Paint RRP Program; however, EPA-certified teachers will be allowed to teach the program in North Carolina until mid-2010. The trainers are teaching according to EPA guidelines, not the North Carolina program, which may cause some confusion. When looking for a trainer, the local association should first consult the list of trainers posted on the NCDHHS Web site: http:// www.epi.state.nc.us/epi/lead/lhmp.html. An 8-hour initial training course is required for certification. Who to contact North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services, Division of Public Health, Health Hazards Control Unit (HHCU) http://www.epi.state.nc.us/epi/lead/lhmp.html (919) 707-5950 North Carolina Home Builders Association Governmental Affairs Section (800) 662-7129 www.nchba.org 11
DUST OFF YOUR CLUBS! GOLF TOURNAMENT COMING
HBAWS Annual Golf Tournament
Thursday, May 6, 2010 at Meadowlands Golf Club Proceeds Benefit Habitat for Humanity Register your team today!: Call Megan: 336-768-5942
Sponsorships available - see insert in this newsletter!
2010 Fall Parade of Homes Coming in October… Start planning your entry now! This year’s Fall Parade Kick Off Party sponsor is 84 Lumber! This will be a great event for builders and associates to get ready for the event. The Fall Parade of Homes registration forms and the Parade Partners ONLINE Discount Directory will be ready in April. If you haven’t already started planning your entry, now is the time to do so! Important Dates • May 13 • Parade Kick Off Party – Sponsored by 84 Lumber • October 13 • Pre-qualifying, 8:00 a.m. – until finished • October14 • Judging, 8:00 a.m. – 5 p.m. • October 16, 17 • First weekend of Parade Homes open to public, 1 – 5 p.m. • October 19 • Golden Home Awards Banquet • October 21 • Builder/Realtor Open House Extravaganza • October 23, 24 • Second weekend of Parade Homes open to public, 1 – 5 p.m. 12
ASSOCIATE GUEST COLUMN David Nelson, Parksite, Inc.
Are Today’s Homes Built “Too Tight”? As a specialist in building products that increase the energy efficiency of a home, there is one line of protest I hear constantly; “Today’s homes are built too tight.” With all of the horror stories of mold and indoor air quality problems that seem to pop up constantly (think Oak Ridge Elementary School), building a home with very little air leakage scares a lot of builders. Conversations with these builders often lead to examples of old drafty farmhouses that never had a single problem. They had fresh air drafting in constantly with no mold issues, and they are still standing over one hundred years after being built. Logical thought would lead one to conclude that maybe the protest has some merit. Let’s take a closer look. A drafty farmhouse is not really a fair comparison to modern construction. Insulation and HVAC systems require a much different approach to building. We can’t allow today’s homes to be drafty, because the HVAC system would pull air through the walls and rob the insulation of its R-value. Not to mention, our hot and humid summer air being pulled into a cool wall system would lead to some major condensation and mold problems. Protecting those walls and the conditioned air inside them is what building a tight house is all about, and it’s not hard to do without the risk of mold. The solution is simply designing good mechanical ventilation and using the right housewrap. The HVAC system needs to be correctly sized to properly cycle and dehumidify the air, and it should incorporate a fresh air exchange. A little extra money spent here goes a long way to improve indoor air quality. A good housewrap will keep the wall system dry, and stop air from moving through the walls. Builders beware – not all housewraps are the same. Cheap wraps are woven and perforated, give little protection from moisture
and they are very poor air barriers. More expensive versions are not all the same either. Coated wraps allow very little water vapor to pass through them, which can trap moisture in the wall system. The ability to allow water vapor to evaporate through a wrap is measured by it’s perm rating. The higher the rating, the higher the vapor transfer. A good rule of thumb is a minimum perm rating of 20. A non-perforated, non coated wrap with a perm rating of more than 20 is the best option. It turns out that the myth of building too tight is incorrect. Stopping airflow through the walls and providing an HVAC system that is properly designed is the best approach to stopping mold and improving indoor air quality. This will help to remove excess moisture effectively and also introduce fresh air into the home. A good housewrap will protect the insulation, keep out water, and allow any incidental moisture to evaporate through it. With current building standards and modern technology, it is essential to build a “tight house” to protect the insulation and energy efficiency of the home. David Nelson, Certified DuPont™ Tyvek® Residential Product Specialist tel. 919.280.1296 Fax 336.293.4143 firstname.lastname@example.org Parksite, Inc
1109 Classic Road. Apex, NC 27502 tel 800.845.6160 fax 919.362.4513
GOVERNMENTAL AFFAIRS REPORT Nancy Gould - Joint Governmental Affairs Director
IT’S PRIMARY TIME!
That’s right, the party and nonpartisan primaries are
right around the corner, so I hope this short article will encourage you to vote May 4th and it will make it easier for you to get ready to vote. In doing my research for this article, I found the best source of information to be the NC State Board of Elections (www.sboe.state. nc.us). I encourage you to visit it, and here’s just a little that I learned from visiting the site: See Your Ballot Ahead of Time After typing in enough “voter information” for the site to identify you, it will pop up your specific sample ballot, and you can view and print it. This is most helpful if, like me, you have trouble remembering which districts you live in. The sample ballot shows you all the people and seats on which you will be voting come May. Among the primary races are those for the US Senate and House, NC Senate and House, County Commission, Sheriff, School Board, Clerk of Superior Court and Court of Appeals Judges. Key Dates and Other Ways to Vote Did you know that Friday, April 9th is the last day to register to vote or change party affiliation before the May 4th Primary? Or perhaps you want to vote early? From April 15–May 1st you can vote at a site in your county where you can cast what is called a “One-Stop Absentee Ballot.” Just contact your county’s board of elections to learn the location. You can even request (by April 27th) that an absentee ballot be mailed to you. Simply fill it out and return it by hand or mail by 5:00 PM on the day before the elections. In addition, don’t forget there is also curbside voting for those who don’t wish to get out of their cars, at each polling location on May 4th and at the early voting sites. They sure make it easy, so there’s no excuse for not voting! What’s Not There Unfortunately, for all the candidates except the Court of Appeals races, neither the State nor County Boards 14
of Elections provide much information about each candidate. The most you will find is the office being sought and the candidate’s name, address and phone numbers. (I was at least hoping for a website address for each.) However, as part of the 2010 Primary Voter Guide found on its website, the NC State Board of Elections has included detailed autobiographical information and personal statements for candidates running for judge of the NC Court of Appeals. So, it is at least easy and fast to learn about the judges’ races. Hopefully, I have now armed you with the basics about the voting how’s, when’s and who’s you’re choosing between for this May’s primary elections. So, please go print your sample ballot and get to work doing a little of your own to make sure we all vote for the very best candidates to run in the general elections this fall.
2010 Sponsorsâ€™ Club
Home Builders Association of Winston Salem
Exclusive Event Sponsors WSJournal Media Sponsor
Diamond Event Sponsors STOCK Building Supply
Pine Hall Brick Co., Inc.
Triad Home & Garden Show Preview Party
Parade of Homes Celebration Awards Banquet
Southern Community Bank
BB & T
Parade of Homes Event Co-Sponsor
Parade of Homes Celebration Awards Banquet
Platinum Event Sponsors Signs Now
James River Equipment
Official Printing Sponsor Triad Home & Garden Show
Parade of Homes Kick-off Party
Triad Home & Garden Show
Fairway Independent Mortgage Golf Tournament
Bank of N.C. Busch Insurance/Builders Mutual Insurance Company Coldwell Banker/Triad Realtors Piedmont Natural Gas, Inc. ProBuild Truilant Federal Credit Union
Alan G. Fletcher Construction Co., Inc. Bimco Plumbing Supplies McCullough Tile Piedmont Garage Door Co., Inc. Piedmont Federal Savings Bank
Bronze First Community Bank Hall Insurance Associates, Inc. Nationwide Insurance and Financial Services Piedmont Protective Services, LLC 15
CONTRIBUTE TO HBAWS CHARITABLE FUND SUPPORT OUR PARTNERSHIPS! One of the most important long standing partnerships is with Vocational Education and Habitat for Humanity. Twenty Habitat homes have been built by the construction programs at the Career Center and Forsyth Tech and our members have stepped up financially to make this a reality. We need your help this year as this partnership needs to continue even in a slow marketplace. It is so important to support the training of the future workers in our industry as well as provide affordable housing for our community. Our Charitable Contributions Committee understands that you may not be able to contribute at the same level as in the past, but we need you to make a pledge or donation for the 2010 charitable giving. The first $20,000 raised each year by the Association will be earmarked for the Jimmy Johnson Memorial Vocational Education Fund at Habitat for Humanity of Forsyth County. All contributions will be made to, and awarded through, the Winston Salem Foundation/HBAWS Charitable Fund (A0569). Please consider a gift of $100, $250 or more. Every contribution will truly make a difference to continue our legacy of helping our educational partners and Habitat this year! Rosemary Howell, 2010 Charitable Contribution Committee Chairperson
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HBAWS is excited to announce our participation in the 2010 statewide Ronald McDonald House Sport a Shirt, Share a Night event that occurs April 23. This sixth annual casual day is held in support of the children and families served by the North Carolina Ronald McDonald Houses. Individuals at businesses, schools, universities, and local hospitals will purchase tee shirts for $10 each and wear them on the 23rd. Each shirt sold through the W-S House supports the families of critically ill children being treated at our community’s hospitals. These families may stay at the House and are able to use our Family Room facilities in both Brenner Children’s Hospital and Forsyth Medical Center. Sport a Shirt, Share a Night events makes this possible. Last year almost 20,000 caring people purchased shirts. By purchasing and “sporting” t-shirts, donors will “share a night” with a family in need. It is simple to participate: 1. Designate April 23rd as a Sport a Shirt, Share a Night day and wear the shirts to work! 2. Appoint a Team Coordinator to encourage others in your company to make a $10 donation in exchange for a Sport a Shirt, Share a Night tee shirt. The Coordinator submits shirt order, picks up shirts on April 15, and distributes them before April 23. If you have any questions, contact Mindy Bloom, Ronald McDonald House, Director of Development (336) 723-0228 x19. To order tshirts: www.rmhwinstonsalem.org. Shirt pick-up day: April 15.
2010 Charitable Fund Form Supporting the Jimmy Johnson Memorial Vocational Education Fund
Again, this year, your Vocational Education Committee is working with our Charitable Contributions Committee to solicite charitable donations and to choose the charitable causes on an annual basis. Our primary benefactor will be the Jimmy Johnson Memorial Vocational Education Fund at Habitat for Humanity Forsyth County. All contributions will be made to and awarded through the Winston-Salem Foundation/HBAWS Charitable Fund. Your Board of Directors has already committed $9,500 of HBA funds toward the $20,000 goal for JJMVE. Dollars raised for the JJMVE Fund are used to cover the hard costs of constructing Habitat houses built by vocational education students, one house by the Career Center and one house by Forsyth Technical Community College. This fund is also seeded by an annual appropriation from the W-S/FC School System and is matched by corporate sponsors, including the REALTORS®, for the sole purpose of supporting the educational and building efforts of the Career Center of the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County School System and Forsyth Technical Community College. “Learn by doing” has always been a tried and true technique in Vocational Education. The JJMVE Fund is a great way for the HBA to support the Career Center and Forsyth Technical Community College in their efforts to train and educate future professionals in our field. Your participation this year is as important as ever. Thank you in advance for your generous support. Together we are making a difference.
Rich Achor HBA President
Rosemary Howell, CCC Chair Justin Draughn, Voc. Ed. Committee Chairperson
Pledge Form • 2010 HBAWS Charitable Fund Supporting Jimmy Johnson Memorial Vocational Education Fund Pledge Form
Contribution Type (check box that applies):
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Make checks payable to: Winston Salem Foundation, and note on the check: “HBAWS Charitable Fund”
All contributions are fully tax deductible.
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Thank you for renewing in March!!! MEMBERSHIP RENEWALS Wilson Lighting Co., Inc., 41 years Shugart Enterprises, LLC 38 years June & Garland Adams Builders, Inc. 36 years Beau Dancy Construction Co. 33 years Home Real Estate Company 32 years STOCK Building Supply 32 years Noland Company 30 years Burris Roofing Co., Inc. 25 years Morgan Builders, Inc. 24 years Certified Management Contractors, Inc. 23 years Piedmont Rent-A-Jon 22 years Sir Speedy Printing 21 years HPB Insurance Group 18 years Hall Insurance Associates, Inc. 17 years Prudential Carolinas Realty 17 years MKT RE Group/Coldwell Banker Triad, REALTORS 17 years Marshall & Manuel Insulation, Inc. 17 years Advanced Consumer Electronics, Inc. 17 years Home Investments, LLC/First Choice Auction & Realty 17 years Johnson Paintinâ€™ Co. 16 years Kitchen Vision 15 years Homes by Jonathan Lee, Inc. 15 years ABC Supply Co., Inc. 14 years Brady Flanary HVAC, Inc. 13 years Classic Paint Company, Inc. 12 years Dodson Masonry 10 years Murdock Insurance Services 10 years General Shale Brick 10 years Buck Horn Construction Co., Inc. 9 years The Plumbing Works 8 years Adams-Mulford, Inc. 8 years Preferred Roofing Inc. 8 years E.J. Hanes Construction, Inc. 8 years Mitch Allen Builders 7 years M. J. Silmser Corporation 6 years Castlerock, LLC 6 years The Real Estate Book 5 years Ricci Builders & Management, Inc. 5 years 84 Lumber 5 years Mustin Construction Inc. 4 years ARENA Builders Associates, LLC 4 years Preferred Builders of the Triad, Inc. 4 years Marciano Salazar Barrientos 4 years Lopez Paint Inc. 3 years Renewal by Andersen of the Triad 3 years Tanglewood Custom Homes, LLC 2 years Blackstone Homes, Inc. 2 years Mid Atlantic Concrete Products Inc. 2 years Maplestone Construction, LLC 2 years R.S. Parker Homes 2 years Goforth Pest Management 1 years Wallburg Mulch Sand & Gravel, Inc. 1 years My Dog Tess Realty 1 years T W Construction Services, LLC 1 years
APPLICANTS FOR CONSIDERATION *Comments pro or con should be made in writing to the HBA office.
Noland Company, Jeff Watkins 4320 Enterprise Dr., Winston-Salem, NC 27106 336-896-0187, 336-896-1775 email@example.com In business for 70 years Mechanical equipment & supplies wholesale dealer Sponsor: Benny Copple, Poindexter Lumber Company
Bobby’s Concrete, Dean Alley PO Box 249, Summerfield, NC 27358 336-382-1031, 336-644-7806 firstname.lastname@example.org In business for 15 years Decorative Concrete subcontractor Sponsor: Neil Martone, Ultimate Edge
Crisoforo Mijangas-Lopez, Lopez Paint, Inc. 1602 Wolfe Rd., Greensboro, NC 27405 336-324-9676 In business for 11 years Painting Contractor Sponsor: Steve Murdock, Murdock Insurance Services, Inc.
JT Sipe Building Company, LLC, John T. Sipe 6700 Shallowford Rd., Lewisville, NC 27023 336-462-6811 336-946-1058 email@example.com In business for 5 years Contractor/Builder Sponsor: Jeff Zenger, Nehemiah Construction
Breeden Insurance Services, Inc., Dawn A. Howey 1200 N. NC Hwy 150, Suite 5 Winston-Salem, NC 27127 336-764-8892, 336-764-8894 firstname.lastname@example.org In business for 47 years Insurance Sponsor: Jonathan Lee, Homes by Jonathan Lee
W.M. Wrege Building Co., Inc., Mike Wrege 2250 Trinidad Ln., Winston-Salem, NC 27106 336-971-4558 email@example.com In business for 35 years General Contractor Sponsor: Kathy Sexton, Hall Insurance Associates
Alliance Contracting of the Carolinas, Les Maxcy PO Box 957, Welcome, NC 27374 336-731-7787, 336-731-7783 firstname.lastname@example.org In business for 2 years Custom & Spec Commercial homes Sponsor: Nick Dell’Aquila, Salem Financial Group
Tim Grein Custom Homes, Tim Grein 4001 Briarwood Ave., High-Point, NC 27265 336-803-1108 email@example.com In business for 2 years Contractor Sponsor: Kathy Craven Snodgrass, PNG
Carolina Home Pro, John Michelotti 843 Burke St.,Winston-Salem, NC 27101 336-682-0509, 336-602-2015 firstname.lastname@example.org In business for 33 years Windows, Doors & Siding Sponsor: Steve Hurst, Steve E. Hurst Construction
2. Quality Refrigeration Concepts, Inc., Sean Eller 219 Cassell St., Winston-Salem, NC 27127 336-788-5407, 336-788-5405 email@example.com Commercial refrigeration In business for 10 years Sponsor: Shane Young, Mocksville Builders Supply, Inc. 3.
United Plastics Corporation, Jeff Venable 511 Hay Street, Mt. Airy, NC 27030 336-786-2127, 336-786-6966 firstname.lastname@example.org In business for 62 years Plastics Company Sponsor: Ron Schwartz, Audio Video One
Roundtable Homes, LLC, Ron Davis 353 Jonestown Rd. #198, Winston-Salem, NC 27104 336-462-0705 email@example.com In business for 13 years Custom Builder Sponsor: Jonathan Lee, Homes by Jonathan Lee
WELCOME NEW MEMBERS 1.
Get-A-Grip Resurfacing Todd Cates 574 Highland Ridge Rd. Mooresville, NC 28115 (336) 457-3006 firstname.lastname@example.org In business for 1 year Resurfacing Sponsor:Ron Schwartz, Audio Video One
Paint & Coatings, Ltd. J. Mark Diachenko 1127 West Main St. Yadkinville, NC 27055 336-469-0080 Jmd0080@yahoo.com Paint Sub-contracotr In business for 3 years Sponsor: Benny Copple, Poindexter Lumber Company
Brady Flanary HVAC, Inc. Brady O’Neil Flanary 805 Meadowbrook Drive King, NC 27010 (336) 983-6182 neilbradyhvac.com In business for 18 years HVAC Sub-contractor Sponsor: Virgil Smith, Emerald Millwork, Inc.
ALSE Masonry Inc. Alberto Perez-Leon 4843 Doris St. Winston-Salem, NC 27105 (336) 575-2685 In business for 7 years Masonry Sub-contractor Sponsor: Steve Murdock, Murdock Insurance
The Design Studio at 1502 Fabrics Jim Yow 936 Burke St. Winston-Salem, NC 27101 (336) 201-0244 email@example.com In business for 34 years Interior Design Sponsor: Jonathan Lee, Home by Jonathan Lee
Spike Club and Membership Drive Life Spike Members (25 credits +) Rich Achor Harriet Anderson Kerry Avant Sandra Blackwelder Gregg Blevins Lindsay Brandon Greg Burton Rick Busch Ken Capron Jim Caudle Bert Coats Marvin Conley David Cooper Benny Copple Nick Dell’Aquila Tom Dubuisson Teresa East O.T. Fowler, Jr. Jim Glasgow Russel Fox Kitty Gregg Harris B. Gupton Charles Helsabeck Ray F. Hine Robin Hinshaw William Horlacher Eddie Hubbard Al Hyatt Todd Isenhour Angela Kalamaras Jerry Kapp Steve Kelley Ian Kissinger Mike Lang Jonathan Lee Mitch Lowrey Stephen L. Mabe Rik Maxey, Jr. John McPherson, Jr. Jim Morgan Paul W. Mullican Steve Murdock Rob Powell Butch Ray Herschel Redding Robbie Robertson Keith Rogers Zack Rothrock Ron Schwartz Kathy Sexton Barry R. Sidden Virgil Smith Kathy Craven Snodgrass Rick Tozier Larry Weisner John Wells Roy Whitley Ron Williams Larry Wilson Sheila Wilson Mark Winfrey Larry Wise Shane Young Spike Club Members (6-24 credits) Missy Easter Stephen M. Frucht Rosemary Howell Bruce Hubbard Phil Mock Susan Mueller Hank Myers Carolyn Triplett Dennis Crews Jeff Ray
50.5 113.5 62 187.5 41 49 33.5 49 74 188.5 112 31 238.5 910.5 48 40.5 63 27 136.5 44 58 67 35 324.5 34 60 77 270 84.5 77 35 66 43 71 32 61.5 54.5 33.5 70 175 177.5 75.5 111 48 84 37 70.5 54.75 305.5 192 72 321 535.25 29 26.5 108 99.5 35 42.5 40.5 143.5 54 121.5 11.75 17 7 11 8 7.5 7 6 15 21
as of 3-23-10
WELCOME NEW MEMBERS!
Steve Hurst, Steve E. Hurst Construction, HBA Vice President, welcomes new members: Mike Townsend, Natural Home Lite, Mike Awman, Auman-Elite, LLC and Mark Diachenko, Paint & Coatings, LTD
HBAWS BOARD of DIRECTORS 2010 HBAWS BOARD OFFICERS Rich Achor, President Steve Hurst, 1st Vice-President Shane Young, 2nd Vice-President Randall Perry, Secretary Mike Hayes, Treasurer Rick Tozier, Immediate Past President
COMMITTEE/COUNCIL CHAIRS Associate Members Committee Bill Wysor, Chairperson NAHB Remodelers Chuck Hicks, President Women’s Council Rosemary Howell, President
Richard Alexander Jeff Canter Andy Collins Rick Easter Chuck Hicks Rosemary Howell Angela Kalamaras
2010 DIRECTORS Jonathan Lee Steve McSwain Susan Mueller Nathan Myers Sarah Olson Butch Ray Keith Rogers
HBAWS DIRECTORS NCHBA DIRECTORS ALTERNATES: Rich Achor Steve Mabe Steve Hurst Herschel Redding John McPherson, Jr. Shane Young Kathy Craven Snodgrass
Jennifer Sammons Chris Smith Carolyn Triplett Robert Vaughn Shane Wagoner Troy Warner Bill Wysor NAHB DIRECTORS Rich Achor Steve Hurst Paul Mullican Eric Anderson LIFE DIRECTORS
Kathy Craven-Snodgrass ALTERNATES: Richard Alexander Jonathan Lee Steve Mabe Keith Rogers
STAFF CONTACT INFORMATION Phone: 336.768.5942 • Fax: 336.768.9280
Jerry Herman firstname.lastname@example.org Executive Vice President
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• BATHROOM FIX TURES • • HARDWARE & ACCESSORIES • • FAUCETS AND VESSELS • • BATH & KITCHEN FURNITURE •
Megan Parks email@example.com Director of Operations/Member Services Beverly Hayes firstname.lastname@example.org Communications Manager Valerie Adams email@example.com Financial Manager
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Nancy Gould firstname.lastname@example.org Joint Governmental Affairs Director WWW.HBAWS.ORG
April & May CALENDAR OF EVENTS April 2 Good Friday Office Closed April 6 Builder Committee 12:00 p.m., HBA Office Women’s Council 5:30 p.m., HBA Office April 7 Spike Club 11:45 a.m., HBA Office
May 5 Spike Club 11:45 a.m., HBA Office
April 8 Associate Members Committee 12:00 p.m., HBA Office
May 6 Golf Tournament 1:00 p.m. Shotgun Meadowlands Golf Club
April 13 Executive Board 4:00 p.m., HBA Board Room NAHBAR Remodelers Council 6:00 p.m., Deacon Tower
May 11 Executive Board 4:00 p.m., HBA Board Room NAHBR Remodelers 6:00 p.m. Deacon Tower
April 19 Triad Green Building Council 3:30 p.m., Magnolia Manor
May 13 Associate Members Committee 12:00 p.m., HBA Office Parade of Homes Kick-Off Party 6:00 p.m., HBA Office
April 20 Board of Directors 4:00 p.m., HBA Board Room April 21 Lead Certification Class 8 a.m. -5 p.m., Truliant FCU April 24 & 25 Spring Parade of Homes April 29 Spring Parade Home Extravaganza Open House & Breakfast - Everyone Welcome! 8:30 a.m., Association Home, Milburn May 1 & 2 Spring Parade of Homes May 4 Women’s Council 5:30 p.m., TBA
May 15 & 16 Showcase of Remodeled Homes 12:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. May 17 Triad Green Builder Council 3:30 p.m., Magnolia Manor May 18 Board of Directors 4:00 p.m., HBA Board Room May 20 June Newsletter Copy Deadline 12:00 p.m., HBA Office (Please e-mail copy) May 31 HBA Office Closed Memorial Day 23
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