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The Home Builders Association of Winston-Salem and the Greensboro Builders Association have successfully completed the second year of the Triad Parade of Homes, with close to 100 entries in five counties. Our gratitude to our co-event sponsor, Southern Community Bank and Trust. Their sponsorship of this event has provided builders and associates excellent opportunities to showcase their homes and products. The Millennium Center in Downtown Winston-Salem provided a lovely, historic space to host the Parade Celebration & Golden Home Awards. The Celebration Event was sponsored by Pine Hall Brick Co., Inc. , BB&T and the Winston-Salem Journal. The Silver and Gold Award Winners were featured in Winston-Salem Journal’s Home Place and the HBAWS website.

Thank you Parade Sponsors!

The Open House Extravaganza was held October 21 at Brookberry Farm. The 2010 Association Home, was built by Keith Rogers, Keith Rogers Homes, Inc., and located at 986 Berryhill Lane. The event was sponsored by Southern Foods at home and Winston-Salem Mortgage Lenders Association. Home Builders Association of WinstonSalem wishes to express our appreciation to each and every individual and business who worked together with us to make the Triad Parade of Homes a huge success! This Triad Parade of Homes is made possible by the many contributions of our awesome voluteers, event sponsors and members! Special thanks to John McPherson & Emily Verheyen for providing leadership for the 2010 Parade of Homes Committee. *See pages 7 & 8 for Celebration & Awards photos.



2010 Sponsors’ 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

84 Lumber

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 Pine Hall Brick

Bronze First Community Bank Hall Insurance Associates, Inc. Nationwide Insurance and Financial Services Piedmont Protective Services, LLC Sonoma Building Company 2


How did the election turnout for you? Well, how did the election turnout for you? As I write this I don’t know how it turned out but as you read this, it is over and most of you can guess if it made me happy or not. If you didn’t vote you have no authorization to complain, so don’t! No matter how things went, the future is yours, if you take it, just as it always has been, whether you realized it or not. Whatever the “new” rules are, learn them, study them and figure out how to make them work for you. Do you need to stay the course of your business, do you need to look at getting into government projects (If the election went one way, I would strongly suggest it) do you need to learn to build a different product? Whatever it is …do it. If you are still in business after the fun we have all been through there IS a reason, you know what you are doing, believe in yourself and get in gear. Resolve to make 2011 the best year your business has ever had, don’t believe that is possible? Yeah, it’s not, only your competitors will have a great year. November is the month for THANKSGIVING, we all have a great deal to be thankful for; family, friends, our businesses, the good fortune to be in the Winston area, etc., think about it and make sure you take a minute and reflect on your good fortune, most of us forget to “smell the roses when they are in bloom”. We just finished the Parade of Homes and I am thankful for Jerry, Megan, Bev, Gisela, John, Emily and the whole Parade team- they did a phenomenal job. 47 houses and 12 developments in 2010’s market - think they said it wasn’t possible? Every aspect of the Parade, from the tabloid to the banquet was handled expertly and cost effectively. Their 2010 Parade resulted in not only significant and much needed operating revenue for our association but also allowed us to show a very positive image of our place in the local marketplace. Please pat them on the back, hug them, thank them.. when you see them, their efforts were unbelievable.

Here we go…I would like for you to help me. I get twisted each year during the Parade. We had 40+ builders reach into their pockets and enter their homes, we had numerous realtors and subcontractors support these builders with discounts and in-kind contributions. Thank you to each of them. Unfortunately just as every year, this year we had builders and their realtors- both members and nonmembers that freeloaded off the participants efforts. How many of you went to see a Parade entry and saw the house next door or down the street (not entered in the Parade) magically manned by the realtor and in most cases the builder? Isn’t that sweet! The non-members will tell you I don’t get anything out of being a member so I don’t join- really why is your house open during the Parade? The members will tell you I don’t get anything out of the Parade – really why are you and your realtor in your “open house” during the Parade? It is simply cheating. The public in most cases doesn’t realize they are not “in” the Parade. The public in many cases doesn’t realize this builder is not a Home Builder member. Let’s make sure the builder, realtor and other associates that put the time, effort and expense into making the Parade the success it is each year by participating, benefit. Please do business with an ACTIVE, PARTICIPATING member. Have a happy Thanksgiving!


REMODELERS UPDATE Chuck Hicks, President, NAHBR, HBAWS The October NAHB Remodelers meeting featured a guest panel of banking officers gave their assessment of the current and future home building and home renovation market environment. Jim Tobin from Bank of North Carolina, David Smelcer from Piedmont Federal, and Vickie Farrior and Nathan Myers from BB&T were our panelists. There was not a lot of good news unfortunately. The general consensus is that there will not be an improvement in our local situation until job growth recovers, and most see that as at least one to two years out. Money is available for lending by all the banks represented, but the basic issue is that most those who would like to borrow do not have the credit rating or equity available that is now required. The requirements related to these two key items have changed dramatically over the last two years. Bottomline, if you have a client that wants to borrow money for a renovation, and they have the appropriate credit rating and equity in the home, money is available. They just need to explore options at several banks. Remember to volunteer to help assemble Christmas trees for Brenners Children Hospital. Rob Powell will be sending more information out in the coming weeks. Our November meeting will be held at Fergerson’s on November 9th. Schedule is the same - social time begins at 6:00 pm and dinner at 6:30 pm. Please let the HBA office know of your attendance as soon as possible so that Ferguson’s can plan appropriately.

We protect the dreams you build. And, at Piedmont Protective Services, we do it using the most advanced systems available. Call us today and learn why more than 60 builders in our community have chosen us to protect what they’ve worked so hard to build. Piedmont Protective Services Bill Wrenn: Owner, 336.771.2389 We can also assist you with home theatre, multi-room stereos, central vacuum, LCD and plasma television sales and installation. 4

Thank You!

PARADE SUPPORTERS Thank you Parade Builders! Alan Fletcher Construction Co., Inc. ARENA Builders Associates, LLC Buck Horn Construction Co., Inc. Cambridge Isenhour Homes, Inc. Custom Homes by Hamrick, Inc. DarCyn Homes, Inc. Grand Structures H&V Construction Harrell Const.& Remodeling, Inc. Homes by Jonathan Lee, Inc. Integrity Builders of the Triad, Inc. Keith Rogers Homes, Inc. Keystone Homes McGuire Construction Co., Inc. Mike Anderson Construction L.L.C. PCI Builders, Inc. Phil Strupe Builders, Inc. R.S. Parker Homes Samnaz, Inc. Sanford Development Setty Enterprises, Inc. Shugart Enterprises, LLC Sonoma Building Company Steve E. Hurst Construction Tate Rice Homes, Inc. Tradition Homes Wade Jurney Homes, Inc. Westphalia Construction Co., Inc. Wishon & Carter Builders, Inc.

Thank you to our Sponsors!

Association Home Appreciation

Jerry Herman presents Association Home Award to Keith Rogers

Donations -------------------------------------

Audio Video One Daryl Siefert Ferguson Enterprises Fred E. Byerly, PE Piedmont Protective Services, LLC Piedmont Rent-a-Jon Randall L. Perry Residential Building Specialties Southeastern Title Agency McCullough Tile and Stone Wilson Lighting



84 Lumber Ashburn Tile Black Sand & Gravel Bloomday Granite & Marble Bobby Teague Appliances Brookberry Farm Development Cabinet Studio Carolina Garage Doors Cemex Certainteed Ferguson Enterprises Herman Nursery J & E Masonry James Ellis Jerry Cecile Grading Lee Ross, Prudential Carolinas Mary Beth Titus PF Plumbing Pilot Mechanical, Inc. Pine Hall Brick Progressive Siding, Inc. QI-Renn Building Products Residential Building Specialties S & S Hardwoods Sealing Agents Slate Surveying Stan Collins Guttering Stock Building Supply W. R. Weir Auction Company William D. Houck & Associates, Inc. Wilson Lighting 5




6 - Cambridge Isenhour Homes 5575 Foxgate Circle, Walnut Park, Brookberry Farm

3 - Buck Horn Construction Company Inc. 5654 Cedarmere Drive, Brookberry Farm

9 - Cambridge Isenhour Homes 7356 Ridgecrest Trail, Ridgecrest at Wellesley Place 10 - Integrity Builders of the Triad, Inc. 492 Ravencliff Court, Shallowford Lakes 11 - Steve E Hurst Construction 5808 Jordans Gate, Jordans Gate 13 - Sonoma Building Company 8119 Riverway Road, Riverway on The Yadkin 17 - Shugart Enterprises, LLC 5879 Woodside Lane, Shallowford Reserve 21 - Cambridge Isenhour Homes 4792 Tatton Park Circle, Unit 1-A, 8 Square, Tatton Park 22 - Keystone Homes, Inc. 4925 Ampthill Lane, Wyngate Villages 24 - Harrell Construction & Remodeling 138 Sawgrass Drive, Oak Valley - Sawgrass 26 - Tradition Homes 4204 Paula Drive, Bethany Trace 27 - RS Parker Homes 2771 Timber Cove Lane, Old Salisbury Place 28 - Wade Jurney Homes, Inc. 423 Hampton Hall Lane, Hampton Hall 29 - Samnaz, Inc. 416 Inlet Drive, The Gables at Bridgston Place 30 - McGuire Construction 327 Quick Silver Drive, Border Creek 32 - DarCyn Homes, Inc 505 Kapstone Crossing, Kapstone 35 - Cambridge Isenhour Homes 801 Cambridge Links Court, Olde Lantern, Meadowlands 38 - Wade Jurney Homes, Inc. 1393 Lowell Street, Vernon Farms 41 - Keystone Homes, Inc. 5379 Esher Drive, Whitehall Village 42 - Tradition Homes 4281 Oak Pointe Drive, Summit Pointe 43 - Wade Jurney Homes, Inc. 705 Bitting Hall, Bitting Hall 45 - Cambridge Isenhour Homes 1710 Crestlawn Trail, Long Creek Village 47 - RS Parker Homes 124 Mountain Shadows Lane, Mountain Shadows 6

4 - Tate Rice Homes, Inc. 5779 Reynolds Creek Circle, Brookberry Farm 5 - ARENA Builders 930 Berryhill Lane, Brookberry Farm 7 - Homes by Jonathan Lee, Inc. 765 Heron Ridge Road, Brookberry Farm 8 - Wishon & Carter Builders Inc. 5062 Laurel Run, Spicewood Trails 20 - Custom Homes by Hamrick 240 Heatherton Way, Huntcliff 39 - PCI Builders Inc. 916 Maxine Street, Macy Lakes

Parade Celebration



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Breakfast Extravaganza


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Thank You! 2010


Event Chairperson - John McPherson, MKT Real Estate Group/Coldwell Banker Triad, REALTORS Event Co-Chairperson - Emily Verheyen, Brannock-Lynch Lumber Company Special Events Chairperson - Vickie Farrior, BB&T

Melissa Jessup, Brannock-Lynch Lumber Company Josh Greer, Coldwell Banker Triad, REALTORS Amanda Shore, Ferguson Enterprises Inc. Deborah Foley, Homes by Jonathan Lee, Inc. Jonathan Lee, Homes by Jonathan Lee, Inc. June DeLugas, June DeLugas Interiors, Inc. Wendy Taylor, MKT Real Estate Group/Coldwell Banker Triad, REALTORS Jenn Fussell, Murray Supply Company Kitchen & Bath Showrooms Chris Smith, P.F. Plumbing Contractors, Inc. Flake Steele, Pine Hall Brick Gloria Duckworth, Prudential Carolinas Realty Peggy Gheesling, Prudential Carolinas Realty Larry Wise, SunTrust Lurae Oler, The Stone Resource Jane D’Auvray, Triad New Home Guide 8

Professional Women in Building Rosemary Howell, President

At our November meeting of the PWB installed the following new officers: ~ Rosemary Howell-President ~ ~ June DeLugas-Vice President ~ ~ Judy Redding-Treasurer ~ ~ Jeanine Bennett-Secretary ~ We also collected toys which will be donated to SCAN (Stop Child Abuse Now).

November 2 Professional Women in Building Installation Dinner 6:00 p.m., TBA Despite economic conditions, our small but dedicated group of women have been generous in our support of many local charities in addition to the volunteer hours spent at HBA events. At our October meeting, we once again voted to be a sponsor for the Habitat Restore – 2010. If you are interested in joining the Professional Women in Building, please contact me at 336-403-4480 or rosemary@ Our meetings are held on the first Tuesday of every month.



Rick Busch, Busch Insurance Services, Inc.

With The End of One Season And The Beginning of Another... We all have a tendency to tidy up or surroundings. Put the shorts and flip flops away and get the sweaters and jackets out of their drawers and closets. It’s also a great time to think about the coming cold weather and what you need to do to the yard, the cars and the house. It may also be the perfect time to get out your insurance policies and make sure you are properly covered; are your deductibles doing their job and saving you money, are you getting all the credits you qualify for, is there adequate coverage in the event of a disaster? This process is no different than aerating your lawn and putting out grass seed. Well, it might be a little boring, but you’ll be glad you went through the process. Are All Home Owners Insurance Policies The Same? Many of us buy our home owners insurance protection based on one factor; Price. And while this is a very important piece of the puzzle, it is probably the least important factor to consider when buying your homeowners insurance policy. A very large number of North Carolina home owners have purchased an “HO3” Home Policy. This is a very standard and serviceable insurance contract. But there is a new policy type on the market that offers the home owner increased protection and terms and sometimes significantly reduced rates. Not every home qualifies for the new “HE7” policy type, but now may be the time to compare your old homeowners insurance policy to this new platform. You might be surprised at the difference it could make in your protection and your premiums. Top 10 Contractor Hiring Tips for Homeowners Your home is probably your most valuable asset. Properly maintaining your home is a key factor in the retention and growth of its value. This factor is one reason why it is important to hire highly qualified contractors when making major repairs or renovations to your home. The following 10 key rules should be followed when selecting a contractor to work on your home. 1. Be wary of contractors who solicit business door-to-door or via cold calls. In addition, avoid contractors who quote you a price that will automatically go up the next day or week if you don’t accept it immediately.

2. Obtain recommendations from friends, family members, and neighbors about experienced and reputable contractors who have performed excellent work for them. 3. Ask for a written estimate from the contractor that includes any oral agreements the contractor makes in this process. The estimate should contain a line-by-line breakdown of costs, including materials and labor. In addition, ask if there is a charge for an estimate. If there is, avoid dealing with this contractor. 4. Obtain at least three estimates along with the names and phone numbers of two former customers of the contractor. Contact these customers and ask about the work performed. 5. Do not automatically select the lowest bidder. Their work may be lacking in quality. 6. Verify that the contractor is licensed, bonded, and properly insured. Ask for certificates of insurance for workers compensation and general liability policies. 7. Contact the Better Business Bureau to see if complaints have been filed against the contractor. 8. Avoid dealing with a contractor who asks you to pay for the entire job before the work begins. The standard practice is to pay 33 percent of the job up front. 9. Get a copy of the proposed contract. Ideally, it should include a hold harmless clause in your favor, particularly for major work such as when heavy equipment will be used in constructing a swimming pool. A hold harmless clause specifies that the contractor will indemnify you with respect to your liability to members of the public who are injured or whose property is damaged during the course of the contractor’s operations. The contract should also explicitly specify the work to be performed, the start and end dates, payment agreements, and warranty information. 10. Ask a knowledgeable friend, relative, or attorney to review the home repair contract before you sign. Get more personal lines insurance and risk management tips and ideas from IRMI. Copyright 2008, International Risk Management Institute, Inc.



CE Blitz 2

Builders take your 8 hours of required CE in ONE DAY! Associate members welcome to participate.

Date: Wednesday, November 17 Class Times: 8am to 11am, Safety Pays: A Practical Approach to Safety on Your Jobsite, Builders Mutual Insurance Co.’s Builders University 11am to 2pm, Social Media + Search Marketing = SALES! 2pm to 4pm, Codes and Inspections, Dan Dockery Location: Pavilion Building at the Truliant FCU RSVP: Megan or call: 336-768-5942 Fee: $50.00 for full 8 hours & lunch, or $25 per individual subject.

The Education Committee has planned a special CE Blitz event for your convenience. All you have to do is register and show up. This CE Blitz day will be from 8am to 4pm at Pavilion Building at the Truliant FCU property located at 3200 Truliant Way, just off Hanes Mall Blvd. Lunch will be provided so builder company attendees can get their 8 hours of credit. *The final two hours will include Codes and Inspections from our local department heads.

For more information, visit our website:

Save the Date

January 27

Casino Night

An HBAWS Social Event


GOVERNMENTAL AFFAIRS REPORT Nancy Gould - Joint Governmental Affairs Director


The public input process is expected to begin in early 2011, and we will be sure to keep our members informed of opportunities to participate in the development of this important future vision for our region. At the end of the two year grant period, we should have a Regional Plan for Sustainable Development that could set the stage for future state and federal funding to assist with implementation. This plan will also define policies and recommendations for the region’s local governments to consider. If the process works well, local governments will align their plans and policies with the Regional Plan. 12

Getting the Most From Local Government Forum # 2 “W-S/Forsyth County Stormwater and Utilities” November 10, 10-11:30 AM @ WSRAR Offices REALTORS & Home Builders, come and improve your knowledge about how these two departments affect you, your business and bottom-line. AMC BUILDER PANEL November 11 12 - 1pm HBAWS Conference Room RSVP for Lunch ($8):

associate members committee

The goal of this new federal initiative is to help areas across the country to build economic competitiveness. Unlike most individual county and city plans, this plan will aim to integrate housing, land use, transportation and environmental considerations in one plan that covers the entire 12 county region. The planning process includes extensive outreach to engage a variety of civic interests: real estate and development professionals, environmentalists, low and moderate income groups, new North Carolinians from other countries and others.

And speaking of local governments, don’t forget our Forums (see below) especially beneficial to new REALTORS and Builders.


The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) announced on October 18th that the Triad Region will receive a $1.6 million Sustainable Communities Grant. The local consortium that submitted the proposal, the Piedmont Authority for Regional Transportation (PART), Piedmont Triad Partnership (PTP), the Northwest Piedmont Council of Governments and Piedmont Triad Council of Governments, knew that the competition would be tough and are very proud winners. As Shelley Poticha, a HUD director, said, “The response to this program is huge. We were inundated with applications from every state and two territories – from central cities to rural areas and tribal governments.” The $100 million available was awarded to only 45 region applicants from across the nation, and OUR AREA WAS ONE OF THEM!

SPRING PARADE OF HOMES Info about Spring Parade House RFP due 12-1-2010

HBAWS is accepting proposals for the 2011 Spring Parade of Homes Association Home. This home will be our association’s entry in the Spring Parade of Homes (April 2011). Extensive media exposure awaits the builder of the selected Festival home, including:

• Prominent featured articles in The HomePlace Sunday supplement of the Winston-Salem Journal; • Coverage in the Spring Parade Tabloid distributed to 76,000+ W-S Journal readers • Recognition at Membership Meetings • Featured articles in the HBAWS Newsletter about the home, builder and the project’s subs and suppliers

This project is a vital fundraiser for the association and an excellent opportunity for members to showcase their goods and services. The financial commitment can be shared with the developer and or realtor. The Parade Homes have been consistent generators of high quality leads for its builders, marketing teams and their neighborhoods. The Spring Parade Association Home Task Force invites any interested builder to submit a proposal for their home to be selected as the 2011 Spring Parade Association Home This home must be complete & open to the public both weekends of 2011 Spring Parade. This home must be new construction and never occupied. It can be a home currently in inventory or under construction to be complete prior to April 15, 2011. Any price point is welcome to submit a proposal. All proposals will be evaluated by our task force as to the characteristics and marketability of the home. Proposals must be received no later than 5pm, Dec. 1st.

MONTHLY MEETINGS: First Wednesday of the Month 11:45am, HBA Conf. Room RSVP: Megan Parks 336-768-5942 “Being part of the Spike Club provides a wonderful opportunity to see how our local HBA organization works as a whole. During a struggling economy, it has really been an eye opener to see how the industry has been affected not only locally, but on a national level. It has also opened doors for opportunities in meeting more people face to face, especially new members. I can not emphasize enough to get involved in some type of committee within the HBAWS.”

Dennis Crews, Signature Custom Woodworking, Inc.

For more info, contact Jerry Herman 336-768-5942.

BUILDER & ASSOCIATE OF THE YEAR AWARDS Nomination Deadline: 1/31/2011

It’s time to vote for your choice for the Builder & Associate of the Year. The individual builder and associate receiving the highest number of votes will be honored at the March membership meeting. The Awards Committee encourages you to vote for the builder and associate, who by their outstanding example and action in 2010, best represented the highest goals of our association. To download and print form, go to: 13

2011 TRIAD HOME & GARDEN SHOW JUST AROUND THE CORNER The 2011 Triad Home & Garden Show is the premier trade show for the Triad area with thousands of consumers coming through the doors of the Benton Convention Center over a threeday week-end (February 18, 19, 20). The Triad Home and Garden show provides exceptional marketing opportunities for you and your company.


Just three short months away, this home and garden show offers vendors an outstanding venue to display products and services to interested consumers, as well as HBAWS builder and associate members. As always, our Thursday evening Preview Party (February 17) will offer THGS participants a night of networking with other vendors while enjoying drinks and appetizers in the exhibition hall. The Triad Home & Garden Show Committee is planning and strategizing for the 2011 trade show. In 2011, there are returning vendors along with many new vendors showcasing their latest products. There will be a variety of learning opportunities at weekend seminars with fresh ideas for home improvement, landscaping energy efficient projects for consumers. Great spaces are still available! Sign up today to become a participant of the 2011 THGS! For more information, visit under the Triad Home & Garden Show link. The THGS typically sells out by the end of December, and this is one show, your company doesn’t want to miss out on!

REQUEST FOR TRANSFER OF MEMBERSHIP Associate Member Bank of North Carolina Jim Bowman Greensboro, NC 336.476.9200 Mortage Banking - Sponsor: TBD

Benefits of Membership!

Representation - We are on Your side! 1) The building industry’s advocate with local government officials, 2) HBA staff includes a Governmental Affairs Director, 3) A team of three lobbyists in Raleigh represent the home building industry, 4) Members help shape the laws and regulations that directly affect their businesses. Nationally, our members benefit from the expertise of a vast governmental and regulatory affairs program that not only represents you in Washington. 14



Mike Anderson Construction L.L.P. Mike Anderson 125 Winghaven Ln. Mocksville, NC 27028 336-671-4930 In business for 6 years Sponsor: Kathy Craven Snodgrass, Piedmont Natural Gas

Mountcastle Insurance Jacob Dahlin 138 S. Cherry St. Winston-Salem, NC 27101 336-596-7477 In business for 120 years Insurance Agency Sponsor: Gregg Blevins, Residential Building Specialties, Inc.

APPLICANTS FOR CONSIDERATION Builder Forsyth Structures, John Deal 5385 Funk Farm Lane, Winsn, NC 27295 336.382.3678 Custom Spec Sponsor: TBD

Associate Tarheel Basement Systems, Pete Burgess PO Box 711, Valle Crucis, NC 28691 Sponsor: TBD

*Membership lapsed over a year Builder *Castlegate Construction. Marshall Horton 100 Miss Emery Lane, Lexington, NC 27295 336.382.3678 Custom Spec Sponsor: Al Hyatt Associates *Angler Electric & Service Co, Tony Johnson P.O. Box 822, Clemmons, NC 27012 336.765.5251 Electrical Sponsor: Buck Horn

*Sanchez Construction, Salvador Sanchez P.O. Box 16132, Winston- Salem, NC 27115 336.399.5755 Masonry Sponsor: TBD

*Burchette & Burchette Hardwood Floors Ronald Burchette 196 Austin-Traphill Rd, Elkin, NC 28611 336. 835.6409 Retail Wholesale Sub-Contractor Sponsor: TBD

*Forsyth Tech Community College, Justin Draughn 2100 Silas Creek Parkway, Winston-Salem, NC 27103 336.723.0371 Marketing Sponsor: John McPherson


MEMBERSHIP RENEWALS THANK YOU FOR RENEWING IN OCTOBER! Company Name Yrs of Membership West End Construction, Inc. 27 C.B. Development Co., Inc. 25 Doud Building Supply, Inc. 24 Company Name Yrs of Membership Castlegate Construction, Inc. 21 Superior Walls of NC 8 Merritt Land Co., LLC 18 Mitchco, Inc. & Brighton Homes, Inc. 8 Zack Rothrock Builders, Inc. 18 Parko Grading & Construction, Inc. 8 Burchette & Burchette Hardwood Floors 14 Marvin’s Garage Doors 8 Foothills Waterproofing, Inc. 13 31-W Insulation Co., Inc. 7 Barry E. Elliott Construction Co. 12 Street Scapes & Window Works 7 Brannock-Lynch Lumber Company 10 Sanchez Construction Inc. 7 Stafford & Reader Enterprises, LLC 9 B & J Builders Inc. 6 Built Right Custom Homes of NC, LLC 8 Richard Alexander Custom Homes, Inc. 6 Triad Home Improvements South-East Lumber Co.

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NOVEMBER ~ TIME TO RENEW Home Plus Realtors AEA Properties, LLC Bank of N.C. Black Sand Co. Bodenheimer Plumbing Co., Inc. Cabinet Studio Coldwell Banker Triad, REALTORS Cunningham Brick Co., Inc. DK Construction G.L. Hutchens Sand & Stone, Inc. Goforth Pest Management HomeTeam Pest Defense JSM Electric, Inc. Jolley & Son Builders, Inc. Mousavi General Contractor, Inc. Piedmont Federal Savings Bank Piedmont Natural Gas


Pine Hall Brick Co., Inc. Poindexter Lumber Company Pope Sand & Gravel, Inc. Precision Landscaping & Lawn Service Inc RGP, Inc. Relco Construction Co., Inc. Rocky Tops Sonoma Building Company Super-Sod of the Triad Swaim Ornamental Iron Works, Inc. The Plumbing Works Timber and Stone, Inc. Town & Country Home Showcase Weeks Hardwood Flooring & Carpet, Inc. Wells Fargo-Home Builder Group Banking Wells Jenkins Lucas & Jenkins, PLLC Wilson Lighting Co., Inc.



Members recognized for Service in 2010


This has been another challenging for our members and the home building industry. HBAWS is ever grateful to our members who have gone the extra mile for the HBA in 2010. A special thanks to those who have taken a leading role in our organization for 2011.

Herschel Redding has joined the sales team of Brannock-Lynch Lumber Company.Herschel has over 30 years in custom home building and remodeling in the Triad.

This month’s membership meeting will be held at Bridger Field House on November 23. The meeting will focus on the installation of the 2011 HBA Officers and Directors, while recognizing the members who have gone above and beyond to make 2010 a year of successes for the association.

Chris Yenrick, Smith Phillips Building Supply, was installed as Second Vice Chair for National Lumber & Building Materials Dealer Association. Melissa Jessup, BL Cabinetry, Rural Hall, recently won one of the top two honors in the Decora Cabinets Design Contest. She won the kitchen category for a kitchen remodel project.

Pat Scott Bryan Buck Todd Tammy Ron Mike


Bullard Craver Daniel Horn Isenhour Needham Ricci Scardina


STOCK Building Supply W.S. Craver Construction, LLC Bridges Wealth Management Buck Horn Construction Co., Inc. Cambridge Isenhour Homes, Inc. Truliant Federal Credit Union Ricci Builders & Management, Inc. The Kitchen Center of Winston-Salem

PCI Builders, Inc.


HBAWS BOARD of DIRECTORS 2010 HBAWS BOARD OFFICERS Rich Achor, President Steve Hurst, 1st Vice-President Shane Young, 2nd Vice-President Jennifer Sammons, 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

2010 DIRECTORS Angela Kalamaras Steve McSwain Susan Mueller Nathan Myers Sarah Olson Keith Rogers

HBAWS DIRECTORS NCHBA DIRECTORS ALTERNATES: Rich Achor Steve Mabe Steve Hurst Herschel Redding John McPherson, Jr. Shane Young Kathy Craven Snodgrass

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 Executive Vice President Megan Parks Director of Operations/Member Services Beverly Hayes Communications Manager Gisela Whitbred Financial Manager Nancy Gould Joint Governmental Affairs Director 18

Nov. & Dec. CALENDAR OF EVENTS November 2 Professional Women in Building Installation Dinner 6:00 p.m., TBA November 3 Spike Club 11:45 a.m., HBA Board Room November 4 Project ReStore 1 - 5:30pm, Habitat for Humanity ReStore Warehouse November 5 Project ReStore 8:30am - 1:00pm, Habitat for Humanity ReStore Warehouse November 8 Executive Board & Finance 4:00 p.m., HBA Office

November 23 Membership Meeting 4:00 – 6:00 pm Continuing Education Seminar Codes by Dan Dockery 5:20pm New Member Orientation 6:00pm Membership Mtg & APN

Location: WFU - Bridger Field House

November 9 NAHB Remodelers 6:00 p.m., Ferguson’s November 11 Associate Members Committee Builder Panel 12:00 p.m., HBA Office

December 1 Spike Club Appreciation Lunch 11:45 p.m. Invitation Only

November 15 Triad Green Builders Council 3:30 p.m., Magnolia Manor

December 7 Professional Women in Building 5:30 p.m. Christmas Party - TBD Christmas Holiday

November 18 HBA Board Planning Retreat 2010 & 2011 Board of Directors 8:00 a.m., Truliant Credit Union November 23 Continuing Education Seminar Codes by Dan Dockery 4:00 – 6:00 p.m., Bridger Field House 5:20 p.m., New Member Orientation Membership Meeting 6:00 p.m., Bridger Field House November 25-26 HBA Office Closed Thanksgiving Holiday

December 7 Board of Directors Christmas Social 4:30 p.m. – WFU Deacon Tower Remodelers Council Christmas Dinner 6:00 p.m. – WFU Deacon Tower December 9 Associate Members Committee 12:00 p.m., Christmas Social - TBD December 24 & 27 HBA Office Closed Christmas Holiday


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