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Once again the North Peninsula Building Association hosts the largest building show in Clallam County! We would like to welcome you to this year’s show and thank you for your attendance. As we embark on our 18th anniversary in celebrating the best in home building, we are excited to present you with the opportunity to learn about innovative building products and services. In an ever-changing industry it’s important to keep up to date on market trends that can translate into big savings in your pocket. Our dedicated staff and volunteers work year-round to make the Building, Remodeling & Energy Expo happen it’s a great testament of their dedication to the industry that is so important to our local economy and for that we should all be grateful. Special thanks are in order for Mike Howe, Clallam County PUD; Steve Perry, PDN/Sequim Gazette; Donna Pacheco, Lumber Traders; Trina Sisk, by De-

sign Group; the NPBA Board of Directors and Libby Martucci, NPBA staff. These dedicated folks help to make this event better each coming year. As part of our commitment to providing you with an exciting and informative show, you will see that we have a variety of informational demonstrations and presentations for you to attend. We encourage you to come and learn straight from our vetted professionals. It’s a great opportunity to ask questions and learn something new. Anything to do with building, energy conservation and efficiency, to composting will be featured. Our Expo Demonstration Hall is sure to have something of interest for everyone. This year we will once again feature the everpopular Shopping Spree Drawing! The Shopping Spree Sponsor is Angeles Millwork and Hartnagel, your hometown stores that have been supplying lumber and building materials for decades. You can enter to win one of four $250 certificates to Angeles Millwork & Lumber Co. and Hartnagel Building Supply at the Red Carpet drawing area in the South Expo Hall. We also

will have a toolbox building station in lieu of a birdhouse building station for the kiddos this year. First Federal is the Toolbox Sponsor this year to help showcase how First Federal focuses on reinvesting and “building” in our community. Bring the kids for a hands-on experience or maybe you will want to build one yourself. We will have something for everyone! The North Peninsula Building Association has been building value and community on the Olympic Peninsula since 1976. Please “Pull Out and Save” the Home Resource Membership Guide included in this publication. Keep this handy reference as your year-round guide for all your building and home needs. All of our members are licensed, bonded and insured, professionals ready to help you with your next project. Remember to always, “DO BUSINESS WITH A MEMBER” and support your local building industry! I am proud to be a part of the residential construction industry in Clallam County. It’s an honor to serve as Executive Officer and I look forward to the combined efforts from our community, the industry, and this association to flourish in the years ahead. Our sincerest thanks for joining us again for 2015; please enjoy the show! Diana Johnson, Executive Officer North Peninsula Building Association

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2015 NPBA BOARD MEMBERS

KEVIN RUSSELL

TRACY GUDGEL

SCOTT SCHWAGLER

GREG McCARRY

President

Builder Director

1st Vice President

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Builder Director

NORTH PENINSULA BUILDING A S S O C I AT I O N

DAN DONOVAN

GARRET DELABARRE

DEREK ADAMIRE

TERRI WOOD

LARRY HANNA

KELLY FOX

JUSTIN WILSON

ROGER WHEELER

BILL ROBERDS

DIANA JOHNSON

2nd Vice President

Immediate Past President

Associate Director

Associate Director

Secretary

Associate Director

Treasurer

Life Director

Builder Director

Executive Officer

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Peninsula College teaches ‘green building’ Nestled in the foothills of the Olympic Mountains, the students in the Peninsula College Carpentry and Green Building program have been hard at work learning new skills and helping out the community. Under the direction of Pat Nickerson, students are learning carpentry skills from the ground up, with the ability to begin at their own skill level, whether they’re brand new to the use of power tools or have been building houses for years. Each quarter students focus on projects aimed at teaching specific skills with hands-on experience. Last quarter students built a deck and ramp for a member of the community that required an escape ramp for a wheel chair. Students researched, designed, and built a completely unique and original deck to directly fit the needs of the customer. Previous projects have included a geodesic dome, now living a happy life as a unique treehouse for a member of the community, a gazebo, designed, built and then reassembled on site for another member of the community, as well as a two-story tiny home complete with water and electrical hookup, that currently sits next to the carpentry building at the Lincoln Center for educational purposes. This winter students are working on multiple interesting projects. The Port Townsend Parks Department has asked students of the Carpentry and Green Building Club to make two benches for a new park they are building. Students also are working on designing a soap box derby ramp and car, with the hopes of racing against some of the other Peninsula College clubs, as well as allowing the campus clubs to show off their creativity and artistic talents. They are always looking for new students to join the program. Peninsula College offers two programs of study in carpentry and green building: a two-year Associates in Applied Science degree, and a one-year Green Building Carpentry certificate. Student learning outcomes include the safe use of hand tools and power machinery, performing all aspects of basic carpentry, research, planning, designing, layout and construction of residential structures. To help the Peninsula College Green Building and Carpentry


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Zenovic & Associates is a full-spectrum civil engineering and land surveying firm based on Washington State’s Olympic Peninsula. Serving Clallam and Jefferson Counties since 1998, Z & A has provided professional services in structural design and analysis, water systems, mapping, land surveying and project management. The team at Z & A brings a high level of expertise to their work, their clients and their community.

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program be sure it is teaching students what they need to know, two members of the North Peninsula Building Association sit on the program board, Built Green of Clallam County member Garret DelaBarre of DelaBarre Construction who’s also a Certified Green Professional, and Scott Schwager of J & J Construction. They give advice and suggestions to help students become knowledgeable and competitive by the time they graduate the program and enter the job market. Instructor Pat Nickerson will be at the NPBA Expo along with a couple of his students, so go visit their booth and hear first-hand what they’ve been up to! For more information, contact Pat Nickerson at 360-417-7972 or email pnickerson@pencol.edu. Information can also be found online: Program information: pencol.edu/proftech/ green-building Our mini-home: pencol.edu/news/greenbuilding-program-opens-new-mini-home Peninsula College Green Building/Carpentry Club: facebook. com/pencolgreenbuildingcarpentryclub.

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equipment available by the day, week or month. Hartnagel’s in-store, custom metal shop can cut and bend metal, including copper and stainless, for a variety of custom projects and can match most metal roofing colors. Together, we are Lumber Traders Inc., the local source for building products and the employee-owners that serve the familiar faces of longterm builders and residents, and greet newcomers with open arms.

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SPONSORS ANGELES MILLWORK & LUMBER COMPANY AND HARTNAGEL BUILDING SUPPLY

Sponsors since its inception, Angeles Millwork & Lumber Company and Hartnagel Building Supply believe the annual NPBA Expo is a valuable opportunity for the community to connect with local builders and suppliers. Today more than ever, it is vital that we support each other and our local economy, maintain local jobs and develop longterm relationships with builders and homeowners alike. Angeles Millwork & Lumber Company has been serving our community since 1906, and Hartnagel Building Supply since 1960, with a longterm, experienced staff that provides a high level of friendly, customer service and valuable, industry knowledge. Besides supplying a wide variety of building materials, roofing and tools, countywide delivery, including rooftop delivery, and contractor services are also available. Both stores offer a full line of Pratt & Lambert paints and primers. Angeles Millwork stocks a full rental department with handy tools and

In 2005, the North Peninsula Building Association voted to sponsor a local green building program. Built Green® of Clallam County has been around for nearly 10 years. This program promotes and aids builders and developers in healthy and resource efficient methods of creating homes. There’s a way to build safe, quality homes and preserve the environment at the same time. Our Built Green® organization, along with several others all over Washington, are committed to sharing the benefits of green building practices that are both accessible and affordable for our community members. The Built Green® program not only shares more energy efficient building practices but also stimulates the economy by creating jobs through the recycling and management of renewable materials. Presently, there are 45 builders and businesses enrolled in Built Green® of Clallam County. These businesses support us in our mission to educate the construction trades and the public, alike, in the latest sustainable building techniques and materials. Please visit www.builtgreenclallam.org or call the NPBA at 451-8160 for more information on Built Green® of Clallam County.

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The homebuilding industry and banking industry (and more importantly the community bank industry) have had a long intertwined and interconnected history. Nowhere is this more evident than here on the Olympic Peninsula. Our beautiful surroundings call to many to live in an environment where life and nature can co-exist in harmony. First Federal has been an integral part of life on the Olympic Peninsula for 92 years. We were there in 1923 to make our first loan of $500 for the construction of a home. While times, and certainly prices have changed, First Federal’s commitment to this area has not. As the only savings and loan headquartered on the Olympic Peninsula, we are proud to be your neighbor, business partner and home lender. This pride and commitment to the community can be found in our mortgage loan officers Shawnee Spenser, Julie Meyer, Terri Wood and Kathi Larsen. Combined, they have over 70 years of experience in home lending and they live here, in your neighborhood. They understand the nuances of life on the Olympic Peninsula, Our commercial lenders, John Locke, Jon Murock and Gerad Nucci also live here and have spent a combined 85 plus years in the community. These folks are more than bankers, they are your neighbors. If you are considering developing, building or buying a home, contact any one of First Federal’s neighbor lenders at 360-457-0461 and talk about it over a cup of coffee.

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Lakeside Industries, Inc. started out as a small family owned business back in the 1950s. Our dedication to our people and the communities in which we serve has been reflected over the years through philanthropy and community involvement. Lakeside Industries is known for safety, quality, integrity, ethical business practices, and great customer service. We are a family owned company of locally managed regional divisions spanning Western Washington and beyond. Industry recognition is important, and over our history we have earned and continue to earn many quality awards for completed projects. Lakeside Industries, Inc. continues to receive Diamond Achievement Commendations for excellence, cleanliness, and community involvement. The success of Lakeside Industries, Inc. is due to the qual-


ity and experience of our employees. We have some of the most talented, dedicated, and driven people in the asphalt paving industry. Dedication and loyalty to the company has created a workforce of highly experienced people, who pride themselves in quality workmanship.

KSQM 91.5 FM

KSQM 91.5 FM is proud to continue its annual sponsorship of the NPBA Expo for 2015. KSQM is a service of Sequim Community Broadcasting, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit charitable organization based here in Sequim. We have been a sponsor of the Expo since our founding in 2008. This non-commercial community radio is on the air 24 hours a day, offering a wide array of musical entertainment, locally produced radio features, news, sports and travel information. We focus on programming that is of special interest to residents and businesses here in the Olympic Peninsula region. KSQM is proud of its new John Wayne Memorial Transmission Facility in the foothills between Sequim and Port Angeles. Broadcasting from “Our First Fed Tower,” we air the most powerful FM radio signal on the North Olympic Peninsula, reaching new markets and strengthening our presence in the community. With offices and studios located in beautiful Sequim, and powered by over a hundred volunteers, KSQM epitomizes the definition of community radio. KSQM is truly a listener-supported community radio … always putting our community first and foremost. But we also rely on business support through our underwriting programs. We’d love to tell you more about KSQM and how we can work for your business. Call us at 360-681-0000, or stop by our studios at 577 W. Washington St. during business hours.

WAVE BROADBAND Wave is a leading provider of video, Internet and phone services on the West Coast, serving customers in communities in Washington, Oregon and California. Wave, founded in 2003, is part of WaveDivision Holdings, LLC, which currently serves over 415,000 residential and business customers in Washington, Oregon, Sacramento, and the San Francisco Bay Area. WaveDivision Holdings is headquartered in Kirkland. Owned and operated by local industry leaders, WaveDivision Holdings supports its customers with decades of cable know-how. Its mission is to provide 100 percent of its cable systems with the latest technologies and upgrades including high-speed Internet, digital cable, home phone service, international programming, DVR, HDTV, and TV On Demand services. WaveDivision Holdings strives to link customers to what they enjoy most at competitive prices. Our customers choose from a variety of money-saving packages and receive valuable discounts when combining multiple services. We also provide 24-hour local, professional service and support, 7 days a week.”

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Maggie Mays Espresso & Outfitter is the best Food Truck here in Sequim! For the 2015 Expo we have constructed up a few different specials for all you home enthusiasts out there! Including the “Builder Burger” which is made of 1/3 pound of elk burger and loaded with fresh local produce! We will also have “The Outfitter” Wrap which is a fresh turkey wrap loaded with fresh avocado, wood smoked bacon, and all the fresh produce we have! Stop on by, and check out our goods. We’re the No. 1 Best Food Truck for 2014, placing first out of 113 food trucks in Western Washington. Whether it’s in the morning for a fresh cup of local espresso or for one of our many excellent food items, it’s a “no brainer” that we’ll build you something delicious! Contact Info: Maggie Parks at 360-775-8339 or visit our Facebook pagewww.facebook.com/MaggieMaysEspresso.

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Why Energy Efficiency? BY MATTIAS JÄRVEGREN Utilities Service Advisor II

can reduce fuel costs, increase system reliability and reduce regulatory risk.

Saving energy, increasing efficiency and conservation are all terms used to describe ways we can reduce our overall energy consumption. It might seem obvious why we do it for our homes and business; to save money by reducing our electrical bill. But why is it important for Clallam County PUD, a community-owned organization dependent on electrical sales for its revenue, to conserve energy? At first glance, it seems ridiculous for a company to encourage its customers to use less of its product. Does General Motors urge us to carpool and keep our cars longer? Does Pizza Hut tell us to eat more vegetables and fruits and avoid fatty cheeses and meats? Electric utilities are different. They are regulated monopolies. If you don’t like one brand of stereos, you always can buy another. But if you don’t like your local utility, you have to move outside its service area to be able to buy electricity from another entity. Because of utilities’ monopoly status, they are regulated by state agencies, public utility commissions or, like Clallam County PUD, by local elected governing boards. Over the years utilities have learned that we can meet future energy needs not only by building new power plants but also by reducing energy demand. For this reason, energy efficiency can be viewed as a resource for meeting future energy needs by reducing customer demand. The cost-effectiveness of energy efficiency resources can be evaluated using the same tests that are used to evaluate building new power plants. The reality is that new power plants are expensive. The costs of building and operating plants only increase with the likelihood of new federal regulations. The least expensive way to control costs over the long term is to reduce waste by building energy efficiency resources. By acquiring energy efficiency resources, utilities

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In addition, reducing customer energy bills and creating business opportunities around energy efficient products and services, energy efficiency programs keep dollars in the community, supporting job creation and other local economic development benefits. And that’s just what energy efficiency is about for us at Clallam County PUD. It’s a means to work collaboratively with our customers to help reduce the effects of price increases that are outside of our control.

DUCT SEALING

Whether you have an electric furnace or heat pump, leaky ductwork is the equivalent of throwing hard-earned cash out the window. A majority of the homes, regardless of age, have duct systems that waste energy and money. That’s why Clallam County PUD is running a duct sealing program. Fixing leaky ductwork can save you around $90 a year. If you have the duct sealing done by an approved PUD contractor, we will pay up to $250 of the cost.

DUCTLESS HEAT PUMPS

Are you thinking about upgrading from your old electric baseboards or wall cadets? Or are you thinking of replacing an electric furnace with an efficient heat pump? Clallam County PUD can now pay up to $800 in incentives to help cover the cost of installing a ductless heat pump. You could save up to 50 percent of the energy used to heat your home.

ENERGY STAR® APPLIANCES

When it comes to shopping for and comparing energy-efficient appliances and home electronics, look for the ENERGY STAR® and EnergyGuide labels. The ENERGY STAR® labels appear on appliances and home electronics that meet strict energy efficiency criteria established by the U.S. Department of Energy and U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. The ENERGY STAR® labeling program includes most home electronics and appliances except for stove ranges and ovens. The conservation staff at Clallam County PUD always is looking for ways to make more programs available, as well as finding the most efficient methods to get those programs out to the most people. Most importantly, we want all of Clallam County PUD’s customers, residential, commercial and industrial alike, to know that we are here to help you with conservation planning and questions. Please go to our website, www.ClallamPUD.net or call us — 360565-3249 or 800-542-7859 ext. 249.


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Captain Joseph House Foundation 1108 South Oak Street Port Angeles, WA 98362 The Captain Joseph House Foundation (CJHF) is a one-of-a-kind nonprofit corporation created to lend support for the Gold Star Families of our military’s Fallen heroes. Since 9/11, the Captain Joseph House Foundation has been forging new horizons in extended care for these families. The House offers them a place to begin anew – a renewal that helps to provide peace and stability in their lives. It provides time to reflect on things past and future, and to share their experiences with other Gold Star Families.

We want these families to know that we appreciate and gratefully acknowledge their loss and sacrifice. Captain Joseph House is in the process of being remodeled and has a target date for our Grand Opening celebration on Memorial Day Weekend 2015 with families joining us shortly thereafter. We need your support for our Gold Star Families. The outpouring of love and compassion from our community has been overwhelming. Join us in honoring our military men and women that have lost their lives in combat. Your generous donation will help us PAVE THE WAY for their families.

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2015 member Directory Building Value and Community on The Olympic Peninsula Since 1976

The North Peninsula Building Association represents builders and associates of the building industry. We advocate constant improvement of building and business practices to provide quality construction in our community.

North PENiNSulA BuilDiNg ASSociAtioN Executive Officer Diana Johnson diana@npba info Street Address 350 West Washington Street, Suite 3 Sequim, WA 98382 Phone / Fax 360-452-8160 / 360-452-8197 Website www npba info facebook com/NorthPeninsulaBuildingAssociation Office Hours Monday - Friday 9 am - 5 pm Built grEEN of clAllAm couNty info@builtgreenclallam org NAtioNAl ASSociAtioN of homE BuilDErS (NAhB) www nahb com

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BuilDiNg iNDuStry ASSociAtioN of wA (BiAw) www biaw com 800-228-4229 BIAW Health Insurance Program Capital Benefit Services, Inc 800-545-7011 Return on Industrial Insurance (R.O.I.I.) Lara Hastings 800-228-4229

NPBA ExEcutivE committEE President Kevin Russell, MCGP, Kevin Russell Construction 1st Vice President Tracy Gudgel, Zenovic & Associates 2nd Vice President Dan Donovan, Allform Welding, Inc Treasurer Terri Wood, First Federal Secretary Derek Adamire, Adamire Concrete & Excavation, Inc Immediate Past President Garret DelaBarre, CGP, DelaBarre Construction NPBA Builder Directors Larry Hanna, L P Hanna Construction Scott Schwagler, J & J Construction Greg McCarry, Westerra Homes NPBA Associate Directors Dan Donovan, Allform Welding, Inc Roger Wheeler, RJ Services Justin Wilson, NTI Engineering & Surveying Life Director Bill Roberds, Excel Utility Constr Executive Officer Diana Johnson, NPBA BIAW State Director - Associate Kelly Fox, Angeles Millwork/Hartnagel BIAW State Director - Builders Greg McCarry, Westerra Homes

futurE BuilDErS chAritABlE orgANizAtioN 501c3 President Steve Zenovic, Zenovic & Associates Treasurer Lonnie Linn, Angeles Millwork & Lumber Co Secretary Traci Konopaski, J & J Construction

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Board Members Derek Adamire, Adamire Concrete & Excavation Inc Garret DelaBarre, DelaBarre Construction Tracy Gudgel, Zenovic & Associates Rick Gross, Estes Builders

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Budget and Finance Mark Smith Larry Hanna, LP Hanna Construction Greg McCarry, Westerra Homes Terri Wood, First Federal Community Support Roger Wheeler, RJ Services Directory Updates Libby Martucci, NPBA Donna Pacheco, Angeles Millwork/Hartnagel Education Kelly Fox, Angeles Millwork/Hartnagel EXPO Mike Howe, Clallam PUD Donna Pacheco, Angeles Millwork/Hartnagel Golf Tournament Mike Thomas, Lakeside Industries Government Affairs Greg McCarry, Westerra Homes Kevin Russell, MCGP, Kevin Russell Construction Holiday & Silent Auction Tami Brothers, NTI Engineering & Surveying Traci Konopaski, J & J Construction Membership / Awards Diana Johnson, NPBA Roger Wheeler, RJ Services Surplus Sale Scott Schwagler, J & J Construction

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Local, state and Federal Contacts Area codes are (360) unless otherwise indicated.

LOCaL GOvernmenT anD OrGanizaTiOns Chambers OF COmmerCe Forks Chamber Port Angeles Chamber Port Townsend Chamber Sequim Chamber

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CiTY OF pOrT anGeLes City Hall 321 E 5th St, Port Angeles, WA 98362 Building Permits 417-4815 City Clerk 417-4634 City Manager 417-4500 Construction Permits 417-4815 Inspections 417-4815 Utility Permits 417-4807 Zoning 417-4750

CiTY OF sequim City Clerk’s Office 226 N Sequim Ave , Sequim, WA 98382 Meeting Location: Transit Center 190 W Cedar Street, Sequim City Clerk 683-4139 Utilities/Building/Planning 683-4908 CiTY OF FOrks City Hall 500 E Division St , Forks, WA 98331 City Hall 374-5412 Building Department Ext 241 City Clerk Ext 240 Utilities Superintendent Ext 242 Water Department 374-3124 CLaLLam COunTY COurThOuse 223 E 4th St , Port Angeles, WA 98362

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sTaTe senaTOr 24Th DisTriCT Jim Hargrove (D) 360-786-7646 411 Legislative Building, PO Box 40424 Olympia, WA 98504 hargrove_ji@leg wa gov sTaTe represenTaTives 24Th DisTriCT Kevin Van De Wege (D) 360-786-7616 434A Legislative Building, PO Box 40600 Olympia, WA 98504-0600 VanDeWege Kevin@leg wa gov sTaTe represenTaTives 24Th DisTriCT Steve Tharinger (D) 360-786-7904 368 John L O’Brien Building, PO Box 40600 Olympia, WA 98504-0600 steve tharinger@leg wa gov

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us senaTOr 6Th DisTriCT Maria Cantwell (D) 311 Hart Senate Office Building Washington, DC 20510 202-224-3441 915 Second Ave Suite 3206 Fax 202-228-0514 Seattle, WA 98174 206-220-6400 cantwell senate gov Fax 206-220-6404 us senaTOr 6Th DisTriCT Patty Murray (D) 448 Russell Senate Office Building Washington, D C 20510 202-224-2621 2988 Jackson Federal Building Fax 202-224-0238 915 2nd Avenue 206-553-5545 Seattle, WA 98174 Fax 206-553-0891 murray senate gov us represenTaTive 6Th DisTriCT Derek Kilmer (D) 1429 Longworth House Office Bldg 202-225-5916 Washington, DC 20515 Fax 202-226-3575 345 6th St , Suite 500 360-373-9725 Bremerton, WA 98337 Fax 360-373-9725 kilmer house gov

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buiLDer members a DepenDabLe COnTraCTOr Gene & Muriel Fulmer PO Box 1574 Port Angeles, WA 98362 452-8770 dependable@olypen com adependablecontractor net

aLDerGrOve COnsTruCTiOn inC Walter L. Dalrymple 336 Benson Rd Port Angeles, WA 98363 457-2067 Fax: 457-6765 waltd@aldergroveci com aldergrovei com

ameriCa’s hanDYman COnsTruCTiOn, inC. Dominic Cortez 2932 River Rd Sequim, WA 98382 670-3187

arTisan CabineTrY & renOvaTiOns, LLC / Dba aCr COnsTruCTiOn Chuck Daniel P O Box 602 Carlsborg, WA 98324 670-9156 artisan@olypen com acrbuilt com

caleb@andersonhomesllc com andersonhomesllc com

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childers bill@gmail com cbconstruction net

CLawsOn COnsTruCTiOn, LLC Dave Clawson PO Box 2683 Port Angeles, WA 98362 461-9295 clawson77@q com clawsonconstructionllc com

bernekinG COnCreTe hOmes Rex or Daniel Berneking 340 Wright Rd Sequim, WA 98382 683-1566 / 460-7317 bernekingch@olympus net bernekingconcretehomes com facebook com/berneking-concretehomes

americashandyman@rocketmail com

anDersOn hOmes Caleb Anderson 618 S Peabody St #H Port Angeles, WA 98362-6244 452-1232 Fax: 452-6145

ChiLDers bukOvnik COnsTruCTiOn Bill Childers 13 Valhallas Dr Port Angeles, WA 98362 452-9136 Fax: 457-1268

bY DesiGn GrOup inC Jac E. Osborn, CAPS, LGC 11 E Runnion Rd Sequim, WA 98382-9403 582-1843 / 461-1843 Fax: 582-1943

info@cahomes build cahomes build facebook com/cahomes build

rick@estesbuilders com estesbuilders com facebook com/pages/estes-builders/ 123841864359168

FeeLeY COnsTruCTiOn inC, Bill Feeley 1215 E Front St Port Angeles, WA 98362 452-7559 feeley@olypen com feeleyconstruction com

COrnersTOne buiLDers inC Lex Morgan / Noel Carey PO Box 1633 Sequim, WA 98382-1633 683-8477 homes@cornerstonebuilders com cornerstonebuilders com

COzi hOmes Ken Zeigler 324 E 9th St Port Angeles, WA 98362 452-9906 / 460-0036 Fax: 452-1238 cozi@olypen com cozihomesconstruction com

showroom@bydesigngroupinc net bydesigngroupinc net

C. anDersOn hOmes & DeveLOpmenT, inC Christopher L. Anderson 495 W Spruce St Ste 3 Sequim, WA 98382 504-1198 Fax: 504-1199

esTes buiLDers LLC Rick Gross 259003 Highway 101 Sequim, WA 98382 683-8756 Fax: 681-7127

DeLabarre COnsTruCTiOn Garret S. DelaBarre, CGP 72 Wellman Rd Port Angeles, WA 98363 452-4144 / 460-2855 Fax: 452-4144 garret@delabarreconstruction com delabarreconstruction com

habiTaT FOr humaniTY OF CLaLLam COunTY Cyndi Hueth PO Box 1479 Port Angeles, WA 98362 681-6780 Fax: 681-6780 cjhueth@habitatclallam org habitatclallam org facebook com/HFHClallamCounty

hines COnsTruCTiOn inC Andy Hines PO Box 3336 Sequim, WA 98382 681-6698 Fax: 681-8032 info@hinesconstructioninc com hinesconstructioninc com facebook com/hinesconstructioninc

hOCh COnsTruCTiOn inC Richard Hoch 4201 Tumwater Truck Rt Port Angeles, WA 98363-2470 452-5381 Fax: 452-5382 hoch@olympus net hochconstructioninc com

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inTeGriTY prOperTY DeveLOpers Ron Robbins PO Box 935 Carlsborg, WA 98324-0935 460-0432 Fax: 683-5240

keD-Ter COnsTruCTiOn Rick Bradley 4304 Old Mill Rd Port Angeles, WA 98362-1908 683-9719 Fax: 457-2061 kedter@olypen com kedter com facebook com/ked-ter-construction

robbins05@msn com integritypropertydevelopers com

J & J COnsTruCTiOn OF pOrT anGeLes, inC Scott Schwagler PO Box 460 Port Angeles, WA 98362 457-1809 Fax: 452-5164

kevin russeLL COnsTruCTiOn Kevin Russell, MCGP PO Box 1509 Port Angeles, WA 98362-0185 457-8247

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J GriCe COnsTruCTiOn Jayson Grice 223 Marsden Rd Port Angeles, WA 98362-8998 457-1708 / 460-2673 Fax: 457-0894 jgriceconstruction@yahoo com

JDG COnsTruCTiOn inC John Gieser PO Box 2073 Port Townsend, WA 98368 385-3287 / 381-5100 ajgieser@gmail com JDGConstructionPT com

Jim pFaFF COnsTruCTiOn James W Pfaff PO Box 1 Joyce, WA 98343 928-3340 jspfaff146@msn com kanDu enTerprises Gregory R. Bondy 714 W 6th St Port Angeles, WA 98363 565-8383 Fax: 457-0602 kandu@olypen com kanduenterprise com facebook com/kanduenterprise

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Kevin Russell Kevin Russell Kevin Russell Linda deBord

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John Spiess Bill Thomas Bill Thomas Stu Keddish

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Gary Haley Mark Smith Bill Roberds Bill Roberds Tim Fraser Tim Fraser Roger Wheeler Jim Reed Jim Reed

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Johnie Key George Cassidy Johnie Key George Durham George Durham Lloyd Gregory Lloyd Gregory Rod Nilsson, Chairman Protem

kevin@krbldr com www KevinRussellConstruction com

kreps COnsTruCTiOn LLC Shirley Mercer 398 Pierson Rd Sequim, WA 98382 681-3737 / 460-2781 Fax: 681-3737 krepsco@qwestoffice net krepsbuilder com facebook com/kreps-construction

LOpez COnsTruCTiOn Roberto Lopez 212 Sanford Ln Sequim, WA 98382 460-7029 lopezconstructioninc@live com

Lp hanna COnsTruCTiOn Larry Hanna 332 Grouse Dr Port Angeles, WA 98362 452-1572 Fax: 417-0411 lhanna@olypen com

mark smiTh Mark D. Smith PO Box 757 Sequim, WA 98382-0757 683-3737

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miLL Creek COnsTruCTiOn inC James Schouten 4619 Old Mill Rd Port Angeles, WA 98362-1911 452-8281 millcreekconst@hotmail com millcreekconstruction us facebook com/mill-creek-construction

nOrThwesT LOG hOmes Duane Baker 1865 W Washington PO Box 2414 Sequim, WA 98382-2414 461-9436 northwestloghomes@msn com nwloghomes net facebook com/northwestloghomes

parrY COnsTruCTiOn Nicholas Parry 203 Sylvan Ridge Rd Sequim, WA 98382-8572 683-4453 / Fax: 681-7023

TOwn & COunTrY pOsT Frame buiLDinGs, DivisiOn OF permabiLT inDusTries Catherine Miller 16521 Hwy 99 Ste #C Lynnwood, WA 98037 (800) 824-9552 Fax: (425) 742-4378 generalm@permabilt com permabilt com facebook com/Permabilt

wesTerra hOmes LLC Greg McCarry PO Box 891 Sequim, WA 98382 509-0633 Fax: 683-5724 greg@westerrahomes com westerrahomes com

parryco@olypen com

TLC exCavaTiOn & COnsTruCTiOn inC Tim Calwell 204803 Hwy 101 Port Angeles, WA 98363-6134 327-3797 Fax: 327-3819

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members 2 GraDe exCavaTiOn & DeveLOpmenT Greg Hopf PO Box 1570 Port Angeles, WA 98362-0191 461-3992 Fax: 457-1954 two_grade@hotmail com

aawninGs & sunrOOms OF DisTinCTiOn Brad Buchser 141 Timberline Dr Sequim, WA 98382 681-2727 / Fax: 681-0707 asodinc@gmail com aawnings&sunrooms com

aDamire COnCreTe & exCavaTiOn inC Derek Adamire 432 Herrick Rd Port Angeles, WA 98363 461-0738 / Fax: 452-9800

advanceddoors@olypen com

anGeLes OverheaD DOOrs Dan O’Keefe 70 Everett Rd Port Angeles, WA 98363 808-2052 dano@angelesoverheaddoors com

dan@allformwelding com allformwelding com facebook com/allformwelding

air FLO heaTinG COmpanY Joel Berson 221 W Cedar St Sequim, WA 98382 683-3901 Fax: 683-3971 jberson@airfloheating com airfloheating com facebook com/airflo

aLex anDersOn COnCreTe Alex Anderson 1421 S Pacific Vista Port Angeles, WA 98363-1526 452-6659 Fax: 452-6659 alexandersonconcrete@hotmail com alexandersonconcrete com

adamireconcrete@hotmail com

aDvanCeD DOOr sYsTems, a DivisiOn OF DawsOn anD CasweLL inC. Jeff Dawson PO Box 1508 861 E Hammond St Sequim, WA 98382-1825 683-1850 / Fax: 683-0197

aLLFOrm weLDinG inC Dan Donovan 81 Hooker Rd #9 Sequim, WA 98382 681-0584 Fax: 681-4465

aLL weaTher heaTinG & COOLinG Jeanne Sparks 302 Kemp St Port Angeles, WA 98362-8989 452-9813 Fax: 452-5177 jsparks@allweatherhc com allweatherhc com facebook com/allweatherheating

aLLen rOOFinG Karl Allen PO Box 1071 Sequim, WA 98382-1071 681-6528

anGeLes pLumbinG Bob Reandeau PO Box 1151 Port Angeles, WA 98362 452-8525

anGeLes COmmuniCaTiOns inC Scott Jensen 102 Ross Ln Port Angeles, WA 98363 457-4375 Fax: 457-0212

angelesp@olypen com

arOunD aGain Gavin Wuttken 22 Gilbert Rd Sequim, WA 98382 683-7862

scott@angelescommunications com angelescommunications com

info@aroundagainstore org aroundagainstore org

anGeLes COnCreTe prODuCTs Randy Adams PO Box 304 4410 S Airport Rd Port Angeles, WA 98362 457-0443 Fax: 452-4744

baThFiTTer Kristin Glavin 6900 220th St SW, Ste A Mountlake Terrace, WA 98043 (425) 712-8268 Fax: (425) 712-8269

kris-acp@hotmail com

kglavin@bocobathsystems com bathfitternw com

anGeLes eLeCTriC inC Ken Simpson 524 E 1st St Port Angeles, WA 98362 452-9264 / Fax: 452-9265

biLL’s pLumbinG & heaTinG inC Judy Kimler PO Box 282 425 S 3rd Ave Sequim, WA 98382-0282 683-7996 Fax: 683-0969

angelelec@olympus net

anGeLes FurniTure Jack Gray/Jon Gray PO Box 610 Port Angeles, WA 98362 457-9412 Fax: 457-4283

billplmb@olypen com billsplumbinginc com

bLake TiLe & sTOne inC Jordan Pavlak 490 S Blake Ave Sequim, WA 98382 681-2877 Fax: 683-6267

jackg@angelesfurniture com jong@angelesfurniture com angelesfurniture com facebook com/AngelesFurniture

sequim@blakeinc net blakeinc net facebook com/BlakeTileandStone

kallen@olympus net

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anGeLes miLLwOrk & Lumber COmpanY Kelly Fox 1601 S C St Port Angeles, WA 98363 457-8581 Fax: 457-8896

bOb’s eLeCTriC inC Robert L. Gudgel 2293 Deer Park Rd Port Angeles, WA 98362 457-6887 Fax: 452-9943

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buDGeT bLinDs Rick or Wendy Timmons 489 W Washington St Sequim, WA 98382 582-9200 Fax: 683-5985 rwtimmons@budgetblinds com budgetblinds com/portangeles facebook com/budget-blinds

CaLLis & assOCiaTes, inC. Andy Callis 806 South Vine St Port Angeles, WA 98362 452-2314 Fax: 452-1701 andy@callisinsurance com callisinsurance com facebook com/callis insurance

buiLD a baTh LLC Linda Chamness PO Box 1083 Sequim, WA 98382 813-2813 buildabath@outlook com buildabathllc com facebook com/buildabathllc

C&F insuLaTiOn Tom Foley PO Box 2197 Port Angeles, WA 98362-0286 681-0480 Fax: 681-0349 tom@candfinsulation com candfinsulation com

C & J exCavaTinG inC Gary L. Schneider PO Box 430 Carlsborg, WA 98324 683-7741 Fax: 681-3165

CampbeLL rOOFinG Josh Campbell 638 Blue Ridge Rd Port Angeles, WA 98362 683-8071 josh@campbellroofingllc com campbellroofingllc com

CLaLLam COunTY puD Mattias Jarvegren PO Box 1090 Port Angeles, WA 98362 452-9771 Fax: 452-9724 mattiasj@clallampud net clallampud net facebook com/clallampud

CLaLLam TiTLe COmpanY Brenda Smith PO Box 248 204 S Lincoln St Port Angeles, WA 98362 457-2000 Fax: 457-9330 brenda@clallamtitle com clallamtitle com facebook com/clallamtitle

CherrY Creek mOrTGaGe CO, inC nmLs#3001 port angeles branch Kelly Raymond / NMLS# 646168 Vonnie McKnight / NMLS# 109043 Roger Rheinheimer / NMLS# 109795 711 East Front Street, Suite B Port Angeles, WA 98362 452-1200

cjexcav@gmail com candjexcavating com facebook com/c&jexcavatinginc

kraymond@ccmclending com vmcknight@ccmclending com rrheinheimer@ccmclending com

sequim branch Deon Kapetan / NMLS# 109229 Jennifer Sweeney / NMLS# 148012 Stephanie Sweet / NMLS# 1029920 564 N 5th Avenue Sequim, WA 98382 683-1515 dkapetan@ccmclending com jsweeney@ccmclending com ssweet@ccmclending com cherrycreekmortgage com/olympicpeninsula

CLark LanD OFFiCe pLLC Scot Clark PO Box 2199 Sequim, WA 98382 681-2161 Fax: 683-5310 scot@clarkland com clarkland com facebook com/clark-land-office

D & h enTerprises Darrel S. Gaydeski PO Box 631 Forks, WA 98331-0631 640-0434 Fax: 374-9070 bogiebob@centurytel net

Dave’s heaTinG & COOLinG serviCe inC Dave & Jeanne Oldenkamp PO Box 413 1206 South C St Port Angeles, WA 98363 452-0939 Fax: 452-4376 davesheating@wavecable com davesheatingpa com facebook com/davesheatingpa

DiamOnD rOOFinG enTerprises Cliff Fors PO Box 2963 Port Angeles, WA 98362-0336 452-9518 DraFTinG sOLuTiOns Annie O’Rourke PO Box 1246 Port Angeles, WA 98362 417-5615 / 808-3296 draftingsolutions@olypen com

eaGLe hOme mOrTGaGe Riley Chase 1551 Piperberry Way Port Orchard, WA 98366 633-2403 Fax: (855) 473-2403 rileychase@eaglehm com rileychase com

eDen exCavaTinG inC Kevin Rodman 4065 Eden Valley Rd Port Angeles, WA 98363-8833 457-3750 / 461-1275 Fax: 452-1422 edenexcavating@yahoo com edenexcavating com

D & k painTinG inC Dan A. Huff 200 Mt Pleasant Rd Port Angeles, WA 98362 457-7823 Fax: 457-7823 dkpainting@msn com

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members emeraLD rOOFinG, inC. Travis Quent PO Box 879 Port Angeles, WA 98362 452-4681 emerald2@olypen com emeraldroofing 20m com

everwarm hearTh & hOme Terry McCartney, Owner 257151 Highway 101 E Port Angeles, WA 98362-8209 452-3366 Fax: 452-3367 everwarm@olypen com everwarmhh com facebook com/everwarmhearthhome

exCeL uTiLiTY COnsTruCTiOn inC Cory Swanson 54 W Misty Ln Port Angeles, WA 98362-8119 452-1110 Fax: 452-5568 cory@excel-utilities com

exTra miLe TeCh & eLeCTriCaL Scott Smasal 418 N Race St Port Angeles, WA 98362-3518 457-5222 extramile@olympus net

FairChiLD FLOOrs Dave Fairchild 1404 E Front St #D Port Angeles, WA 98362 457-1411 Fax: 452-8775 ffloors@olypen com fairchildfloors com facebook com/fairchild-floors

FerGusOn enTerprises Bryan Larson / Mike McNeill 73 Ruths Pl Sequim, WA 98382-8380 681-8417 Fax: 681-8472 bryan larson@ferguson com ferguson com

FirsT FeDeraL Terri Wood / NMLS #413367 417-3223 Fax: 457-6892 terri wood@ourfirstfed com

Kathi Larsen / NMLS #413364 452-1889 kathi larsen@ourfirstfed com

Julie Myers / NMLS #162954 582-5204 julie myers@ourfirstfed com

PO Box 351 Port Angeles, WA 98362 ourfirstfed com facebook com/ourfirstfed

FOrks Fiber manaGemenT, inC Kevin Worley P O Box 854 Forks, WA 98331 374-2275 bomforks@centurytel net

GarY priesT exCavaTinG Gary Priest PO Box 2181 Port Angeles, WA 98362 452-1770 / 460-6807 Fax: 452-0906 gpe@montanasky net

GeLLOr insuranCe inC Bill Gellor 214 E 1st St Port Angeles, WA 98362 452-2388 Fax: 452-1448 carriet@gellorinsurance com gellorinsurance com facebook com/gellor-insurance-inc

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GLass serviCes COmpanY Ward S. Dunscomb PO Box 2559 255652 Highway 101 Port Angeles, WA 98362 452-1155 Fax: 452-9637 info@glassservicesco com glassservicesco com

GOOD man saniTaTiOn, inC Chuck Molisky 2495 Cape George Rd Port Townsend, WA 98368 457-4121 Fax: 385-1275 goodmansanitation@qwestoffice net goodmansanitationinc com facebook com/good man sanitation, inc

Green CrOw prOperTies Dennis Yakovich PO Box 2439 Port Angeles, WA 98362 417-3667 h2O pLumbinG COnTraCTOrs Richard McDougal 216 Center Park Wy Sequim, WA 98382-3463 681-0379 Fax: 681-7188 plumber@h2oplumbing com h2oplumbing com

haDLOCk buiLDinG suppLY inC Bill Kraut PO Box 869 Port Hadlock, WA 98339 385-1771 Fax: 385-1980 bill@hadlockbuildingsupply com hadlockbuildingsupply com facebook com/hadlockbuildingsupply

harTnaGeL buiLDinG suppLY Kelly Fox 3111 E Hwy 101 Port Angeles, WA 98362 452-8933 Fax: 452-8943 kellyf@lumbertradersinc com hartnagels com facebook com/AngelesMillwork Hartnagel

hi TeCh Fire & seCuriTY, inC Gary Politika 723 E Front St Port Angeles, WA 98362 452-2727 Fax: 452-8560 hitech@olypen com gotohitech com

hOmer smiTh insuranCe inC Homer Smith PO Box 591 Port Townsend, WA 98368 683-4970 Fax: 683-2970 homer@homersmith com homersmith com facebook com/pages/Homer-SmithInsurance

hOpe rOOFinG anD COnsTruCTiOn Jordan Eades 1240 Sims Way #143 Port Townsend, WA 98368 385-5653 Fax: 385-1111 info@hoperoofing com hoperoofing com facebook com/hoperoofing com

hOrizOn exCavaTinG inC Kurt Bruch PO Box 3248 Port Angeles, WA 98362-0342 452-9976 Fax: 452-3364 horizonex@tfon com facebook com/horizon-excavating

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huGhes hOme COnCepTs LLC Nathan Hughes 435 W Bell St , Ste C-2 Sequim, WA 98382 461-6294 nathan@hugheshomeconcepts com hugheshomeconcepts com facebook com/hugheshomeconcepts

in GraphiC DeTaiL LLC Lorenz Perry 577 W Washington St A & B Sequim, WA 98382 582-0002 Fax: 582-0004 info@ingraphicdetail com ingraphicdetail com

JaCe The reaL esTaTe COmpanY Eileen Schmitz sequim 761 North Sequim Ave Sequim, WA 98382 683-9399 / 808-0338 Fax: 683-8627 port angeles PO Box 2437 / 1234 E Front St Port Angeles, WA 98382 452-1210 Fax: 452-4004 mrsjace@jacerealestate com jacerealestate com facebook com/alwayscalljace

JarmuTh eLeCTriC inC Dale Jarmuth 349 W Washington St Sequim, WA 98382 683-4104

kinGsTOn Lumber Joe Hurtt PO Box 169 Kingston, WA 98346 297-3600 joe@kingstonlumber com kingstonlumber com

kirsCh eLeCTriC, inC. Terri L Kirsch PO Box 3396 Sequim, WA 98382 683-6819 Fax: 683-0869 kirschelectric@gmail com kirschelectricinc com

kiTsap bank Harbir Bower 716 Front St Port Angeles, WA 98362 457-8189 Fax: 457-8471

jeanne@jeannemartincpa com

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marCh 2-4 BIAW Winter Board Meeting at Red Lion in Olympia, WA 12 NPBA Board Meeting 14 Annual NPBA Surplus Sale at Clallam County Fairgrounds 19 NPBA General Membership Meeting

apriL 2 NPBA Board Meeting 16 NPBA General Membership Meeting 24 First Aid Class

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LakesiDe inDusTries George Peabody PO Box 728 Port Angeles, WA 98362 452-7803 Fax: 457-7932

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LanGsTOn prOFessiOnaL serviCes Phil Langston 118 Texas Valley Rd Sequim, WA 98382 582-0714 Fax: 582-0715 phil@olypen com facebook com/langston-professionalservices

dalej@olympus net

Jeanne marTin Cpa Jeanne Martin 120 W Maple St PO Box 3400 Sequim, WA 98382 683-1125 Fax: 683-1126

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LinCOLn inDusTriaL COrpOraTiOn inC Wilmer Possinger, Jr 4130 Tumwater Trk Rt Port Angeles, WA 98363 457-6122 Fax: 452-4773 lincoln@olypen com lincolnindustrialcorp com

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auGusT 6 NPBA Board Meeting 20 NPBA General Membership Meeting Summer Hiatus 28 NPBA Golf Tournament

sepTember 3 NPBA Board Meeting 17 NPBA General Membership Meeting 25 First Aid Class

OCTOber 1 NPBA Board Meeting 15 NPBA General Membership Meeting

nOvember 4-6 BIAW Fall Board Meeting in Bellevue, WA 12 NPBA Board Meeting 19 NPBA General Membership Meeting

DeCember 3 NPBA Board Meeting 10 NPBA Holiday Gala & Silent Auction

JuLY 2 NPBA Board Meeting

mCCLanahan Lumber inC Judi McClanahan PO Box 1483 Forks, WA 98331 374-5887 Fax: 374-5800

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mODern DrYwaLL Brian Reifenstahl 96 Bluff View Dr Port Angeles, WA 98363 452-2907 Fax: 457-1026 pattireif@olympus net

hawa@olypen com mclanahanlumber com

mCCrOrie CarpeT One John McCrorie 547 N Oakridge Dr Port Angeles, WA 98362 457-7500 / Fax: 457-7596 john@mccrorie com mccrorie com

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members mOunTain prOpane Ken Mount 265 Chimacum Rd Port Hadlock, WA 98339-9790 683-1881 Fax: 385-6914 ken mount@amerigas com mountainpropane com

nOrThwesT asbesTOs COnsuLTanTs Chad Witheridge / Bob Witheridge 406 Reed St Port Townsend, WA 98368 385-0584 / 301-1022 Fax: 385-0584 northwestasbestosconsultants@ cablespeed com facebook com/northwestasbestosconsultants

Oasis weLL DriLLinG inC Keith Winter 164 Spring Rd Port Angeles, WA 98362-9125 683-4773 Fax: 683-4774 winterkeith@hotmail com oasiswelldrilling com

OLYmpiC eLeCTriC COmpanY inC Chuck Burkhardt 4230 Tumwater Truck Rt Port Angeles, WA 98363 457-5303 Fax: 452-3498 olympicelectric@att net olympicelectric net facebook com/olympic-electric

OLYmpiC GaraGe DOOr John Ramer 7745 El Dorado Blvd NW Bremerton, WA 98312 452-3859 / 775-2311 Fax: 452-9168 kitsapgaragedoorco@msn com olympicgaragedoor com

nTi enGineerinG & surveYinG Justin Wilson 717 S Peabody St Port Angeles, WA 98362-6233 452-8491 Fax: 452-8498 info@nti4u com nti4u com facebook com/pages/NorthwesternTerritories-Inc

nw insiDe OuT painTinG inC Pamela Boyd Taylor 31 Shamrock Ln Port Angeles, WA 98362-8738 460-0392 Fax: 452-3348 boyd_pamela@yahoo com

OLYmpiC peninsuLa TiTLe COmpanY Maureen Pfaff 319-A S Peabody St Port Angeles, WA 98362-3221 457-4451 Fax: 457-4525 maureen@olypentitle com olypentitle com

OLYmpiC sprinGs Doug/Ed Temple PO Box 880 Carlsborg, WA 98324 683-4285 Fax: 683-4580 OsTerberG LanDsCapinG Kent Osterberg 1521 S O Street Port Angeles, WA 98363 452-9511 Fax: 457-3756 kari osterberg@soundcb com

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panTrY anD LaTCh LLC Andrew Thomas 105 Oso Vista Ct Sequim, WA 98382 460-1403 andrew@pantryandlatch com pantryandlatch com facebook com/PantryandLatch

pLans bY miChaeL haLL Michael Hall 2204 Happy Valley Rd Sequim, WA 98382 504-0189 plans@hvalley net

pOrT anGeLes pOwer equipmenT inC Mike Traband 2624 Hwy 101 E Port Angeles, WA 98362-0376 452-4652 Fax: 457-5824 papower@olypen com papowerequipment com facebook com/pages/Port-AngelesPower-Equipment

pOrT anGeLes reGiOnaL Chamber OF COmmerCe Russ Veenema 121 E Railroad Ave Port Angeles, WA 98362 452-2363 Fax: 457-5380 russ@portangeles org portangeles org facebook com/PortAngelesChamber

pOwer Trip enerGY COrpOraTiOn Andy Cochrane 83 Denny Ave Port Townsend, WA 98368 643-3080 Fax: 539-1857 andy@powertripenergy com powertripenergy com facebook com/powertripenergy

prOpane nOrThwesT David Pregartner PO Box 949 Kingston, WA 98346 881-0404 / 535-3206 Fax: 881-0148

quaLiTY in COunTers Rob Schmidt 175-5 S Bayview Ave Port Angeles, WA 98362 417-5447 chris@tfon com qualityincounters com

rainbOw sweepers, inC Jeremy Daggett PO Box 231 Port Angeles, WA 98362-0037 452-1621 / 797-4117 Fax: 452-2405 rainbowswp@olypen com rainbowsweepersinc com facebook com/rainbow-sweepers-inc

raLph’s DrYwaLL Jim Barth 92 Alice Park Ln Sequim, WA 98382-8213 683-7636 Fax: 683-5186 ralphsdrywall@yahoo com

raLsTOn & raLsTOn an ehL insuranCe COmpanY Deana Mcintyre PO Box 1405 Port Angeles, WA 98362-0259 452-8415 Fax: 452-8418 deana@ehlinsurance com ehlinsurance com facebook com/ehlinsurance

riCherTs marbLe & GraniTe inC John Richerts PO Box 337 Carlsborg, WA 98324 683-5844 Fax: 683-5848 richerts@olypen com richertsmarble com facebook com/richerts-marble-granite

rineharT COnsuLTinG Bill Rinehart 603 E 8th St #C Port Angeles, WA 98362 452-2132 Fax: 452-7964 billr@olypen com rinehartconsulting@olypen com

paul@propanenorthwest com propanenorthwest com

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rJ serviCes, inC Roger & Dena Wheeler 514 Erving Jacobs Rd Port Angeles, WA 98362-9240 457-1420 / 461-1677 Fax: 457-9724

serviCemasTer OF The OLYmpiC peninsuLa Evelyn Brown PO Box 69 Carlsborg, WA 98324 23 Valley Center Place Sequim, WA 98382 681-0722 Fax: 683-7146 evelyn@smolypen com

roger@rj-services com

sanFOrD irriGaTiOn, inC. David Cowan/Travis Cowan PO Box 2246 Sequim, WA 98382-2246 683-9807 dhcowan@olypen com

seCuriTY serviCes nOrThwesT John Alden PO Box 660 Port Townsend, WA 98368 (800) 859-3463 Fax: 797-8482 john@ssnwhq com ssnwhq com facebook com/security-servicesnorthwest-inc

sequim DunGeness Chamber OF COmmerCe Shelli Robb-Kahler PO Box 907 Sequim, WA 98382-0907 683-6197 Fax: 683-6349 Shelli@sequimchamber com sequimchamber com facebook com/pages/Sequim-DungenessValley-Chamber-Of-Commerce

sequim GazeTTe Sound Publishing Inc 11323 Commando Rd W Unit Main Everett, WA 98204-3532 683-3311 publisher@sequimgazette com sequimgazette com facebook com/sequimgazette

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sherwin-wiLLiams Brian Estrada 1400 W Washington St #109 Sequim, WA 98382 681-8675 Fax: 681-8721 sw8266@sherwin com sherwin-williams com facebook com/sherwinwilliamssequim

simpsOn eLeCTriC LLC Andy Simpson 243036 Hwy 101 W Port Angeles, WA 98363 457-9270 Fax: 457-9270 dlsimpson51@gmail com

sOunD COmmuniTY bank Kirsten Pavlak 541 N 5th Ave Sequim, WA 98382 683-2818 Fax: (866) 721-3238 kirsten pavlak@soundcb com soundcb com

spa shOp/peLLeT heaT COmpanY Michael Derousie 230-C E 1st St Port Angeles, WA 98362-2905 457-4406 Fax: 452-0503 miked@spashop com spashop com facebook com/spashop/pelletheatcompany

sTraiTs eLeCTriC John/Christie Tucker PO Box 2914 Port Angeles, WA 98362-0335 452-9104 Fax: 452-0741

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straits@olypen com facebook com/straitselectric

sTruCsure hOme warranTY Diana Hamblin 6825 E Tennessee Ave #410 Denver, CO 80224 (877) 806-8777 Fax: (877) 906-0222 dhamblin@strucsure com strucsure com

sunseT wire rOpe Wayne Brown 518 Marine Dr Port Angeles, WA 98363-2230 457-3369 / Fax: 457-7968 wayne@sunsetdoitbest com sunset doitbest com

ThOmas buiLDinG CenTer Tony Steinman 301 W Washington St Sequim, WA 98382-3341 683-3393 / Fax: 683-8447 tony@thomasbuildingcenter com thomasbuildingcenter com

Thurman suppLY Bill Hoagland 1807 E Front St Port Angeles, WA 98362-4930 457-8591 / Fax: 452-1425 billh@thurmansupply com thurmansupply com

Tim’s CusTOm CabineTs, inC Tony Cortani 5231 Woodcock Rd Sequim, WA 98382 683-7648 / Fax: 681-8515

washinGTOn FeDeraL Liz Klippert PO Box 2848 191 W Washington St Sequim, WA 98382-2848 681-7485 Fax: 681-7618 sequim office@wafd com facebook com/washington-federal

wave Joe Francis 725 E 1st St Port Angeles,WA 98362 wavebroadband com 621-4933 jfrancis@wavebroadband com

we prOmOTe YOu Debbie Mangano 1937 E Maddock Rd Port Angeles, WA 98362 452-2082 / 460-3050 wepromoteyou@olypen com www wepromote-you com www facebook com/ WePromoteYouMarketing

wiLDer auTO & rv Dan Wilder, Jr 53 Jetta Way Port Angeles, WA 98362-7484 452-9268 Fax: 452-8679

timscabinets@msn com timscabinets com

danjr@wilderauto com wilderauto com facebook com/wilderauto

TraCY’s insuLaTiOn inC Tracy Bloom PO Box 970 Carlsborg, WA 98324-0970 582-9600 Fax: 582-9602

zenOviC & assOCiaTes inC Tracy Gudgel 301 E 6th St #1 Port Angeles, WA 98362 417-0501 Fax: 417-0514

office@tracysinsulation net tracysinsulation net

tracy@zenovic net zenovic net

uLins COnCreTe pumpinG COmpanY inC Brad ulin 19044 5th Ave NE Poulsbo, WA 98370 775-5107 bradulin@hotmail com facebook com/Ulins-Concrete-Pumping

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prODuCTs & serviCes

aCCOunTinG serviCes Jeanne Martin CPA Rinehart Consulting

683-1125 452-2132

aDverTisinG/markeTinG/meDia

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683-3311 621-4933 452-2082

aGinG in pLaCe by Design Group Inc

582-1843

appraisers Langston Professional Services

buiLDer serviCes buiLDers: COmmerCiaL Cornerstone Builders Hoch Construction Inc

683-8477 452-5381

buiLDers: iCF/sips Berneking Concrete Homes Hines Construction Inc

683-1566 681-6698

buiLDers: pOsT & beam Town & Country Post Frame Buildings, division of Permabilt Industries (800) 824-9552

582-0714

asbesTOs COnsuLTinG Feeley Construction Inc Hines Construction Inc J & J Construction of Port Angeles, Inc Jim Pfaff Construction Kandu Enterprises Ked-Ter Construction Kevin Russell Construction Kreps Construction LLC Lopez Construction Mill Creek Construction Inc Northwest Log Homes Parry Construction Westerra Homes LLC

452-7559 681-6698 457-1809 928-3340 565-8383 683-9719 457-8247 681-3737 460-7029 452-8281 461-9436 683-4453 509-0633

remODeLers

Northwest Asbestos Consultants

385-0584

asphaLT Lakeside Industries

452-7803

auTO & rv DeaLership Wilder Auto & RV

452-9268

awninGs/sunrOOms Aawnings & Sunrooms of Distinction

681-2727

bLinDs & winDOw TreaTmenTs Budget Blinds

582-9200

buiLDers: resiDenTiaL Anderson Homes 452-1232 Artisan Cabinetry & Renovations, LLC / dba ACR Construction 670-9156 C Anderson Homes & Development, Inc 504-1198 Childers Bukovnik Construction 452-9136 Clawson Construction, LLC 461-9295 Cornerstone Builders 683-8477 Cozi Homes 452-9906 DelaBarre Construction 452-4144 Estes Builders LLC 683-8756

A Dependable Contractor 452-8770 Artisan Cabinetry & Renovations, LLC / dba ACR Construction 670-9156 America’s Handyman Construction, Inc 670-3187 Bathfitter (425) 712-8268 by Design Group Inc 582-1843 Hughes Home Concepts LLC 683-2318 JDG Construction Inc 385-3287 Kreps Construction LLC 681-3737 LP Hanna Construction 452-1572 Mill Creek Construction Inc 452-8281

buiLDinG maTeriaL suppLiers Angeles Millwork & Lumber Co Around Again Hadlock Building Supply Inc Hartnagel Building Supply Kingston Lumber McClanahan Lumber Inc Sunset Wire Rope Thomas Building Center

457-8581 683-7862 385-1771 452-8933 297-3600 374-5887 457-3369 683-3393

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built green of Clallam County steering Committee

Cabinets Artisan Cabinetry & Renovations, LLC / dba ACR Construction 670-9156 Hughes Home Concepts LLC 683-2318 Pantry and Latch LLC 460-1403 Thurman Supply 457-8591 Tim’s Custom Cabinets, Inc 683-7648

Carpet sales and serviCe Service Master of the Olympic Peninsula

681-0722

ConCrete Adamire Concrete & Excavation Inc Alex Anderson Concrete Angeles Concrete Products Berneking Concrete Homes Ulins Concrete Pumping Company Inc

461-0738 452-6659 457-0443 683-1566 775-5107

Countertops by Design Group Inc Hughes Home Concepts LLC Pantry and Latch LLC Richarts Marble & Granite Inc Quality In Counters Tim’s Custom Cabinets, Inc

582-1843 683-2318 460-1403 683-5844 417-5447 683-7648

demolition Northwest Asbestos Consultants

(360) 452-8160 350 W Washington St , Suite 3 Sequim, WA 98382 info@builtgreenclallam org built green of Clallam County is a community network working to promote and encourage the construction of quality, healthy homes in environmentally sustainable communities and encouraging the use of local resources while recognizing innovative new ideas Built Green of Clallam County is proud to be a Charter Member of Built Green of Washington: www builtgreenwashington org

NPBA members who are also Built Green members are listed in this directory with a leaf icon next to their company name

Garret DelaBarre, CGP, Chair, DelaBarre Construction John Cambalik Gary Dougherty Jennifer Garcelon, Clallam County Environmental Health Dept Planner Michael Gentry, Gentry Architecture Collaborative Mattias Järvegren, Clallam County PUD, Utility Services Advisor Diana Johnson, NPBA, Executive Officer Nathan West, City of Port Angeles, Senior Planner Steve Zenovic, Zenovic and Associates, Civil Engineer

builder members Childers Bukovnik DelaBarre Construction-CGP Estes Builders LLC Hines Construction-CGP Kandu Enterprises Kevin Russell Construction-MCGP assoCiate members All Weather Heating & Cooling Angeles Millwork & Lumber Co , Inc C&F Insulation City of Port Angeles* Clallam County PUD # 1 Dave’s Heating & Cooling Service Inc Fairchild Floors Glass Services Hartnagel Building Supply McCrorie Carpet One BGCC members *who Power Trip Energy Corp are not NPBA members Thomas Building Center, Inc Tracy’s Insulation CGP - Certified Green Zenovic & Associates, Inc Professional

385-0584

designers C Anderson Homes & Development, Inc Drafting Solutions Mill Creek Construction Inc Plans By Michael Hall Sherry Grimes Designs

dump truCks for Hire 504-1198 417-5615 452-8281 504-0189 460-5303

developers Green Crow Properties Mark Smith

417-3667 683-3737

drywall Modern Drywall Ralph’s Drywall

Lakeside Industries

energy effiCienCy programs 452-7803

eleCtriCal Angeles Electric Inc Bob’s Electric Inc Extra Mile Tech & Electrical Jarmuth Electric Inc Kirsch Electric, Inc Olympic Electric Company Inc Simpson Electric LLC Straits Electric

452-9264 457-6887 457-5222 683-4104 683-6819 457-5303 457-9270 452-9104

Air Flo Heating Company All Weather Heating & Cooling Clallam County PUD

683-3901 452-9813 452-9771

engineering serviCes NTI Engineering & Surveying Zenovic & Associates Inc

452-8491 417-0501

452-2907 683-7636 NOTE: ALL AREA CODES ARE (360) UNLESS OTHERWISE INDICATED

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prODuCTs & serviCes exCavaTiOn 2 Grade Excavation & Development Adamire Concrete & Excavation Inc C & J Excavating Inc D & H Enterprises Eden Excavating Inc Gary Priest Excavating Horizon Excavating Inc RJ Services, Inc TLC Excavation & Construction Inc

GaraGe DOOrs 461-3992 461-0738 683-7741 640-0434 457-3750 452-1770 452-9976 457-1420 327-3797

FiberOpTiCs/TeLeCOmmuniCaTiOns Angeles Communications Inc

457-4375

FinanCiaL/LenDinG serviCes Cherry Creek Mortgage Co, Inc 452-1200 / 683-1515 Eagle Home Mortgage 633-2403 First Federal 457-0461 Kitsap Bank 457-8189 Sound Community Bank 683-2818 Washington Federal 681-7485

452-3366 457-4406

FLOOrinG Fairchild Floors McCrorie Carpet One

457-1411 457-7500

FOunDaTiOns Berneking Concrete Homes J Grice Construction

683-1566 457-1708

FurniTure Hughes Home Concepts LLC

683-2318

FurniTure & maTTresses Angeles Furniture

Advanced Door Systems, A Division of Dawson and Caswell Inc 683-1850 Angeles Overhead Doors 808-2052 Olympic Garage Door 452-3859

GuTTers Tracy’s Insulation Inc/ Gutter Division

582-9600

hOT Tubs/spas/pOOLs/saunas Spa Shop/Pellet Heat Company

457-4406

hvaC Air Flo Heating Company All Weather Heating & Cooling Dave’s Heating & Cooling Service Inc

683-3901 452-9813 452-0939

C & F Insulation Tracy’s Insulation Inc

457-9412

Callis & Associates, Inc Gellor Insurance Inc Homer Smith Insurance Inc Olympic Peninsula Title Company Ralston & Ralston an EHL Insurance Company

681-0480 582-9600

452-2314 452-2388 683-4970 457-4451 452-8415

LanD surveYinG Clark Land Office PLLC NTI Engineering & Surveying Zenovic & Associates Inc

681-2161 452-8491 417-0501

LanD CLearinG/LOGGinG Forks Fiber Management, Inc

374-2275

LanDsCape sYsTems & serviCes Blake Tile & Stone Inc Osterberg Landscaping Sanford Irrigation Inc

Northwest Asbestos Consultants

681-2877 452-9511 683-9807

385-0584

nOn-prOFiT Habitat for Humanity of Clallam County Port Angeles Regional Chamber Of Commerce Sequim Dungeness Chamber of Commerce

681-6780 452-2363 683-6197

painT D & K Painting Inc Kreps Construction LLC NW Inside Out Painting Inc Sherwin-Williams

457-7823 681-3737 460-0392 681-8675

pavemenT mainTenanCe COnTraCTOrs Rainbow Sweepers, Inc

insuLaTiOn

insuranCe & bOnDs

FirepLaCe & sTOves Everwarm Hearth & Home Spa Shop/Pellet Heat Company

mOLD & LeaD COnsuLTinG

452-1621

pLumbinG Angeles Plumbing Bill’s Plumbing & Heating Inc Build a Bath LLC Ferguson Enterprises H2O Plumbing Contractors Thurman Supply

452-8525 683-7996 813 2813 681-8417 681-0379 457-8591

pOrTabLe baThrOOms Good Man Sanitation, Inc

457-4121

pOwer equipmenT Port Angeles Power Equipment Inc 452-4652

prinTinG serviCes In Graphic Detail LLC

582-0002

prOpane Mountain Propane Propane Northwest

683-1881 881-0404

meTaL FabriCaTOrs/weLDinG

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Allform Welding Inc Lincoln Industrial Corporation Inc

681-0584 457-6122

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reaL esTaTe Clallam Title Company 457-2000 JACE The Real Estate Company 683-9399 / 452-1210

resTOraTiOn anD repair serviCes America’s Handyman Construction, Inc ServiceMaster of the Olympic Peninsula

670-3187 681-0722

rOaD COnsTruCTiOn Lakeside Industries RJ Services, Inc

452-7803 457-1420

rOOFinG Allen Roofing Campbell Roofing Diamond Roofing Enterprises Emerald Roofing, Inc Hope Roofing and Construction

681-6528 683-8071 452-9218 452-4681 385-5653

sanD & GraveL Blake Tile & Stone Inc

681-2877

LiFe spikes Roger & Dena Wheeler Jackie Schwagler Arnold Schouten Thomas McKeown Larry Hanna Mark D Smith Bill Roberts Lex Morgan Lonnie Linn David G Lamon

414 5 260 0 151 5 124 0 114 0 103 0 94 5 82 5 82 5 61 5

spikes Kim Beus Kevin Russell Garret DelaBarre Jeff Dawson Brooke Nelson Rick Gross Kevin Estes Jim Strong Dan Huff Tracy Gudgel Dave Blake Vonnie McKnight FaLeana Wech

52 0 45 0 42 5 33 5 31 5 30 5 28 5 26 0 21 0 23 0 18 5 17 5 14 5

Scott Schwagler Bill Feeley John Locke

10 0 85 65

spike CanDiDaTes Jeanne Martin Art Dunker Bryan Larson Andrew Hines Joseph E Melton Debbie Rutherford Rick Anderson Dennis Yakovich Chris Anderson Bill Rinehart Jerry Scott Schwagler Jeanne Sparks Donna Knifesend Annie O’Rourke John Gieser Jim Reed Carrie Sue Treider Deon Kapetan Dan Donovan Richard McDougal John Richerts

55 45 45 40 40 40 35 35 30 30 30 30 25 20 20 20 20 15 10 10 10

seCuriTY sYsTems/Fire aLarms Hi Tech Fire & Security, Inc 452-2727 Security Services Northwest (800) 859-3463

sepTiC/sewer RJ Services, Inc

457-1420

shOwer DOOrs Everwarm Hearth & Home Glass Services Company

452-3366 452-1155

snOwpLOwinG/sanDinG/De-iCinG Rainbow Sweepers, Inc

452-1621

sOiL/COnCreTe TesTinG NTI Engineering & Surveying

452-8491

sOLar Power Trip Energy Corporation

speCiaLTY Lumber McClanahan Lumber Inc

waTer sYsTems/bOTTLeD waTer 374-5887

sprinkLer/suppressiOn sYsTems Sanford Irrigation Inc

683-9807

TiLe & sTOne

Richerts Marble & Granite Inc

683-4285

weaTherizaTiOn All Weather Heating & Cooling Glass Services Company

452-9813 452-1155

weLL DriLLinG/pump insTaLLinG 683-5844

uTiLiTies Clallam County PUD Excel Utility Construction Inc

Olympic Springs

Oasis Well Drilling Inc

683-4773

winDOws & GLass serviCes 452-9771 452-1110

Glass Services Company

452-1155

warranTY StrucSure Home Warranty

(877) 806-8777

643-3080 NOTE: ALL AREA CODES ARE (360) UNLESS OTHERWISE INDICATED

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IT PAYS TO BE A MEMBER

There are many ways you can save by being a member, here are just a few CONSISTENT SAVINGS Personalized safety plan & on-site assistance for your company ...................................... $ 500 Member Discount for NPBA Expo ............................................................................. 400 Business Listing in Membership Directory .................................................................... 200 Listing on NPBA online Membership Directory & website ............................................... 50 TOTAL ................................................................................................................. $ 1150 AFFINITY PROGRAM DISCOUNTS Verizon Wireless 1 ................................................................................................. $ 726 60 Office Supplies from Staples or Office Depot 2 ......................................................... UPS 3 .................................................................................................................. 180 BIAW Member Rebate Program for Building Supplies & Materials 4 ............................ 410 TOTAL ................................................................................................................. $1376

Other discounts are available for companies such as GM, Hertz, APP Fueling Service, Dell, Wyndham Hotels, Avis, FTD, Airgas & more! Visit NPBA Website at npba.info & click on Member Benefits for more information.

The consistent savings & affinity program discounts add up to annual savings of $2526. Not to mention the savings to be found with our other benefits. ADDITIONAL BENEFITS

L&I Claims Assistance - priceless! Health Insurance, save an average of 10-25% Referrals Networking Opportunities Member to Member only advertising Opportunities Discounts on education programs, members save big! Advanced training: Designation & Certification programs for trade professionals Retro select for eligible companies Representation & advocacy at local, state & federal levels Your NPBA membership also includes membership in the National Association of Home Builders and the Building Industry Association of Washington & all related benefits & programs.

1. Company owners and company paid phone lines save 22%, private plans are eleigble for an 18% discount. Contact Kevin Kroll kevin.kroll@vzw.com for more information. Example is based on five lines at $54.99 per month with 22% applied discount. 2. Based on $600 of annual purchases at 10% savings. 3. Based on five packages shipped per week at 36% savings; price reflects weekly savings. 4. Over 70% of the builders and remodelers who participated received rebates valued at more than their annual association dues.

Do the math! It pays to be an NPBA Member!

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Think You’re Paying Too Much to L&I?

You’re Probably Right!

Employers in Washington are locked into a state-run monopoly insurance mandate that requires they pay a per hour/per worker premium to the Washington State Department of Labor & Industries. As employers you are all too aware of the costs to employ workers and no matter how well you follow all the requirements, and no matter how safe your work place is, you only see that premium increasing. Those in the construction trades have the opportunity to participate in programs that might get them some of those L&I premiums back. Are you in a risk pool? There are several available to construction trades – that term is very broad so you should assume it includes you! The largest risk pool in the state is the BIAW ROII® Select program. This program is available

to safe companies (you pay L&I more than L&I pays out to your workers) that are members of a local association (like the North Peninsula Building Association) and agree to have policies and practices consistent with the requirements of the program. Would you be interested in learning how you could get back 5 percent of the premium you’ve paid to L&I in a given year? What if it were 10 percent? Would 15-20 percent get you going? There are no guarantees with a risk pool, but the ROII® Select program has two decades of experience in selecting companies, helping participating companies handle claims and educating employers about the proper way to deal with claims. If you’re operating a safe company, think you are paying

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L&I too much and would like to find out if you could qualify to get some of it back, then you need to complete the ROII® Select request form. You do not need to be an Home Builder’s Association member to find out about the program or to get prequalified, but you will need to join your local HBA before you can join the risk pool. HBA Membership is required during all years you are in the program. Now is the time to take action and learn how this program may put some of your hard-earned dollars back into your company. Safety is the key and if you’re doing all you can to keep your workers safe, why not be rewarded for it? Please call the North Peninsula Building Association (360-4528160) to receive a packet about the ROII® Select program. There is no obligation to you, but why not improve your competitive edge? Companies already are enjoying the benefits of this program and you may, too!

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NORTH PENINSULA BUILDING A S S O C I AT I O N

Builder’s Surplus Sale March 14, 2015 • 12-3pm • Clallam County Fairgrounds SPRING HAS SPRUNG!

It’s a great time to check out new and used building materials, overstocks and over-runs, perfect for your spring or anytime projects!

Pick up some great deals! Make your garden bloom and your house sparkle either with mulch or a new window, all at unbelievable pricing. Too many items to list … plan to attend and find the perfect thing for spring!

If you have items to donate, contact diana@npba.info or call the office at 452-8160 NPBA EXPO 2015 • 13


New homes benefit more than just buyers and builders BY DIANA JOHNSON

Executive Officer, North Peninsula Building Association The only people who benefit when a house is built are the family members who get to live there and the builder who constructed and sold the home, right? Wrong. The positive impact of new residential construction is far-reaching, bringing benefits to families, businesses and services throughout a community immediately, as well as for years to come. According to economists at the National Association of Home Builders, the one-year estimated local impacts of building 100 single-family homes in a typical metro area include $21.1 million in local income, $2.2 million in taxes and other local government revenue and 324 local jobs. But what does the economic impact mean 14 • NPBA EXPO 2015

in the real, day-to-day lives of community residents? Think about it. When a new family moves to a community and buys or builds a new home, they likely will shop at local stores. For instance, it’s more than likely they will need to buy furniture and accessories to decorate their new home. They will need to fill their car’s gas tank at local gas stations so they can get to the stores. Local mechan-

ics may need to work on their car when it breaks down or needs an oil change or even buy a new car at a local dealer when it’s time to replace the old one. The family may need to hire local companies for regular maintenance services such as landscaping, gutter cleaning and house cleaning. Their children will enroll in local schools. This increases enrollment, meaning more teachers, janitors, cafeteria workers and other school support staff will need to be hired. Those also kids will join local sports leagues and other extracurricular activities, they will need to buy equipment and pay registration fees that then provide stipends for coaches and referees. It’s easy to see how all of this economic activity puts income into the pockets of local business owners and their families, who can then go out and spend money themselves


joy benefits including safety, amenities, energy efficiency and floor plans to fit a modern lifestyle. But the advantages of new homes extend far beyond the buyers and the builders. Residential construction has a positive and direct impact on a local community’s economy for years and years to come. To learn more about building or buying a new home or how to support your local building industry in Clallam County, call the North Peninsula Building Association at 360-452-8160.

recycling even more money into the community’s economy. Let’s talk about taxes. This new family also will pay local and state taxes. These tax revenues help pay for a wide range of government services, including school teachers, police departments, refuse collection, parks maintenance and road repairs. Over the long term, as these new families become part of the community, their positive impact continues. NAHB estimates that those 100 new homes also provide the community with additional, annually-recurring impacts of $3.1 million in local income, $743,000 in taxes and other revenue for local governments and 53 local jobs. Families who buy a newly built home en-

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 Choose countertops made from recycled content materials such as ceramic tiles or fiber composites.  Install Energy Star appliances and lighting fixtures.  Use low-flow faucets or flow-restrictors can sometimes be retrofitted to existing fixtures.  Choose all surfaces for their ability to be cleaned easily with soap and water instead of harsh chemicals.  Choose flooring made from hard surfaces such as hardwood, tile or stone that are durable and easier to mop up with soap and water.  Install sustainably produced wood for flooring, framing, trim or cabinetry.  Opt for cabinetry made without urea formaldehyde and without high-volatile organic compound (VOC) varnishes, or made with rapidly renewable materials such as strawboard.  Select operable windows that will bring in daylighting and natural ventilation.  Enhance space for storage of recyclables and compostable materials.  Use non-toxic finishes, paints, cleaning products.  Go for a dish-drawer dishwasher that can accommodate smaller loads and save water and energy.  Refurbish existing cabinets with new doors or countertops if structural parts are in good shape.  Install water filtration unit at faucet. North Peninsula Builders Association is the parent organization of Built Green Clallam County. The goal is to deliver a credible standard for home construction that reflects the North Peninsula Builders Association’s commitment to building better communities through environmental responsibility. Except where noted, all photos courtesy of Northwest Property Imaging and Grey Lundberg/CMI Homes, © Northwest Property Imaging.

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 Use siding made from sustainably harvested wood or fiber cement. How To decking Remodel Green Home  Install madeafrom recycled materials or Built sustainably Green Clallam County has a directory of local designers produced wood. and builders who design and remodel qualified projects under our Built Green home rating checklist. Please see our website www.builtgreenclallam.org for a current list. If your builder, remodeler, or designer is not yet a member, please encourage them to join the program.  Think about your priorities for remodeling and ask your remodeler for the best approaches for your particular goals.  Review and/or investigate green options with this green remodeling guide in hand. Protect existing as assets your property. Remember that thistrees brochure is a to shortened list of features Use pervious and permeable pavements that allow that a builder can include in your remodel. Askrainwater your remodeler s possible. To see the entire to seepwhat’ into soil. builder Plant checklist native, hardy landscapes visit our website that at are mulched to www.builtgreenclallam.org for more ideas. retain moisture. This brief guide israinwater, designed such to save Green Use captured aspaper. from aFor rain barrel Remodeling guides from the Department of ecology, hooked up to a downspout, for irrigation. visit www.ecy.wa.gov/programs/swfa/greenbuilding  Install natural, local materials for walls or other  Ask your remodeler to certify your remodeling project elements. through Built Green  Salvage stone, brick or plants from other sites or projects and reuse. A Green Remodeled Home Can Be…  Amend the soil with compost for healthier plants.  Phased for construction, one room at a time, so you canEnsure landscape as furniture more all easily budget elements the greensuch features you wantare made over time.from sustainable materials such as recycled “plastic”for lumber or FSC-certified woods.  Healthier your family and the environment.

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some of the techniques for small scale backyard composting. She will show pictures of different systems including plastic and wooden bins, barrels, piles, and in-garden burial. She will bring samples of compost and her portable worm composting box. Participants receive a copy of the book “Home Composting Made Easy.”

11:15 A.M.-12 P.M. SPIN YOUR METER BACKWARDS WITH SOLAR

Demonstrations and Workshops SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 14 9:15-10 A.M. DUCTLESS HEAT PUMPS, EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW

Upgrade your electric heat. Homeowners finally have other options! A ductless heat pump is a highly efficient and easily installed primary heating and cooling system for electrically heated homes.  These systems are safe, quiet and heat rooms evenly at a fraction of the cost of baseboards or wall heaters.  With utility rebates of up to $1,500 and low cost installation. it’s easy to see why ductless is making such a huge splash on the Olympic Peninsula. Come and find out if it’s for you! Chris Christie and Dustin Halverson from All Weather Heating and Cooling tell us about their premier ductless heat pump installation team, which was awarded the Largest Regional Diamond Dealer status in the greater Kitsap/Olympic Peninsula region earning the title of “King of Ductless”!

10:15-11 A.M. BACKYARD COMPOSTING

Food and yard waste make up to 30 percent of the garbage trucked off to landfills nationwide. What a waste! You can compost it in your backyard and make a great soil amendment for your garden or landscaping. Composting is local recycling at its best.  Helen Freilich, Waste Reduction Specialist at the City of Port Angeles, will share

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Grid-tied PV (photovoltaic solar electricity) is appropriate for any home or business connected to the utility grid with good solar exposure. There has never been a better time to make your own clean electricity from the sun due to price decreases in solar equipment, federal tax credits, state production incentives and local financing options. Power Trip Energy will cover the basics of site assessment, equipment choices, system cost and performance estimates using projects here on the Olympic Peninsula to illustrate.

12:15-1 P.M. ENERGY SAVINGS

Learn ways to conserve energy with Joel at Air Flo Heating.

1:15-2 P.M. HOW TO SELECT A BUILDER

We all look forward to the day when we can build that dream home we’ve been thinking about for so many years. We have the home site, somewhat of an idea of the floor plan and understand what our budget is, so now is the time to think about how you will choose your builder.  It’s the most important first decision you will make about one of the largest expenditures of your life.  Join Estes Builders, where they will guide you through 13 very important questions to ask your prospective builder, with the goal of comparing those answers so in the end, you can make an informed decision.

2:15-3 P.M. TRANSITIONAL TIMES: YOUR MONEY, YOUR REAL ESTATE AND YOUR LIFE.

The past five years have brought more economic and personal change to most people’s lives than any other period in recent history. Most “experts” agree we are recovering, perhaps even on an upswing, but how does that affect you and life on the Olympic Peninsula?  Rhonda Rose and Eileen Schmitz bring banking, real


estate and a personal perspective to homeowners, investors, builders and people considering purchasing their first home. With up-todate facts about the local real estate market, including the uptick in construction and how foreclosures are affecting the market, to the seven things you must know for estate planning, and why this really might be the right time to refinance your home.  Rhonda is the mortgage loan officer for Bank of America, worked in commercial lending, and is the former owner of a lumberyard, which provides a unique understanding of mortgages, self-employment and construction from an insider’s perspective.  Eileen owns JACE The Real Estate Company and has a background in property management.  Working beside her late husband Jace for nearly 20 years, she understands land development, construction and is a former PAAR Realtor of the Year.

3:15-4 P.M.

The Captain Joseph House Foundation of Port Angeles was founded to care for the Gold Star Families of the Fallen in the Global War on Terrorism since 9/11, helping them honor, respect and remember their loved one as they resume their lives. Founded as a living memorial to Capt. Joseph William Schultz, the foundation is a 501(c) (3) nonprofit corporation providing retreat, respite and educational support in our beautifully rebuilt 1910 Tudor home with the incredibly beauty of Pacific Northwest at our doorstep. The foundation offers this opportunity for up to three families each week at no cost to the families.  

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The Captain Joseph House Foundation of Port Angeles was founded to care for the Gold Star Families of the Fallen in the Global War on Terrorism since 9/11, helping them honor, respect and remember their loved one as they resume their lives. Founded as a living memorial to Capt. Joseph William Schultz, the foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation providing retreat, respite and educational support in our beautifully rebuilt 1910 Tudor home with the incredibly beauty of Pacific Northwest at our doorstep. The foundation offers this opportunity for up to three families each week at no cost to the families.  

11:15 A.M.-12 P.M. PUT THE PROJECT TEAM TOGETHER EARLY: THE BENEFITS OF DESIGN/BUILD

Should you assemble the team up front? Or should you be adding team members after the process is well under way? Cornerstone Builders will talk about why it makes sense, in custom construction, to get the owner teamed up with the designer and the builder at the outset rather than bringing the builder in after the design is finished.

12:15-1 P.M. SPIN YOUR METER BACKWARDS WITH SOLAR

Grid-tied PV (photovoltaic solar electricity) is appropriate for any home or business connected to the utility grid with good solar exposure. There has never been a better time to make your own clean electricity from the sun due to price decreases in solar equipment, federal tax credits, state production incentives and local financing options. Power Trip Energy will cover the basics of site assessment, equipment choices, system cost and performance estimates using projects here on the Olympic Peninsula to illustrate.

2:15-3 P.M. TRANSITIONAL TIMES: YOUR MONEY, YOUR REAL ESTATE AND YOUR LIFE.

The past five years have brought more economic and personal change to most people’s lives than any other period in recent history. Most “experts” agree we are recovering, perhaps even on an upswing, but how does that affect you and life on the Olympic Peninsula?  Rhonda Rose and Eileen Schmitz bring banking, real estate and a personal perspective to homeowners, investors, builders and people considering purchasing their first home.  With up-to-date facts about the local real estate market, including the uptick in construction and how foreclosures are affecting the market, to the seven things you must know for estate planning, and why this really might be the right time to refinance your home.  Rhonda is the mortgage loan officer for Bank of America, worked in commercial lending, and is the former owner of a lumberyard, which provides a unique understanding of mortgages, self-employment and construction from an insider’s perspective.  Eileen owns JACE The Real Estate Company and has a background in property management.  Working beside her late husband Jace for nearly 20 years, she understands land development, construction and is a former PAAR Realtor of the Year. NPBA EXPO 2015 • 19


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EXHIBITOR LIST Tim’s Custom Cabinets Inc.........................21 All Weather Heating & Cooling........... 22-23 Berneking Concrete Homes........................24 Glass Services.......................................... 26-27 LP Hanna Construction Inc........................28 Rainbow Sweepers........................................29 Quality in Counters......................................30 Town & Country Postframe Buildings .....31 Campbell Roofing.........................................32 Pantry & Latch..............................................33 Thomas Building Center....................... 34-35 Leaf Filter.......................................................36 Hope Roofing & Construction...................37 In Graphic Detail..........................................38 First Federal..................................................39 Air Flo Heating & Cooling.................... 40-41 NW Inside Out Painting Inc.......................42 Renewal by Anderson..................................43 Cornerstone Builders...................................44

Olympic Springs...........................................45 Allform Welding Inc....................................46 Hadlock Building Supply....................... 47-48 Westerra Homes...........................................49 Power Trip Energy........................................50 Clallam County PUD ............................ 51-52 Aawnings & Sunrooms................................53 Kevin Russell Construction........................54 Spa Shop/Pellet Heat Company............ 55-56 Oasis Well Drilling.......................................57 McCrorie Carpet One............................ 58-59

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Bathfitter.............................................. 201-202 Habitat for Humanity ................................203 Habitat Affiliate...........................................204 PC Green Building Program.....................205 Around Again.............................................206

Jace Real Estate................................... 207-208 Built Green of Clallam County.................209 Captain Joseph House ...............................210 Department of Labor & Industries..........211 KSQM Radio 91.5 FM...............................212

TOOL BOX BUILDING AREA IS BOOTH 214 RED CARPET DRAWING AREA IS CENTER HALL #2 OUTSIDE BOOTHS

1. Wilder Auto & RV 2. Maggie May’s Espresso Outfitter 3. City of Port Angeles Solid Waste Division 4. Elliot Woods: Wood Turner

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Top 4 Reasons Why Millennials Should Enter the Housing Market Now spaces, low-maintenance materials and other amenities that appeal to younger buyers. With energy costs near the top of consumer concerns, it’s good to know that new homes can be more energy efficient than ever. Innovative materials and construction techniques mean that today’s new homes are built to be much more energy efficient than homes constructed a generation ago. Not only can they be more affordable to operate, new homes also are significantly more resource efficient and environmentally friendly.

With the economy and housing market still recovering, some potential first-time home buyers may be hesitant to invest in a new home. Yet there are several reasons why now is a great time for millennials and other firsttime home buyers to start building their American Dream.

1) INTEREST RATES ARE STILL LOW.

Today’s historically low interest rates are helping first-time home buyers find affordable housing options. Average weekly interest rates for a 30-year fixed mortgage remain under 4.5 percent. But it’s important to keep in mind that interest rates are sensitive to market forces and can change quickly. There’s no indication that rates will suddenly surge upward, but even a slight rate increase can push monthly payments to the point that buyers might miss out on their first choice for a new home.

4) OWNING A HOME CAN HELP YOUNG FAMILIES BUILD WEALTH AND COMBAT RISING RENTS.

2) HUGE DOWN PAYMENTS ARE NOT NECESSARY.

While lenders are looking more closely at borrowers today than in recent years, there are options for purchasing your first home without a 20 percent down payment. For example, the Federal Housing Administration

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(FHA) offers loans to first-time home buyers with downpayments as low as 3.5 percent. However, these loans require mortgage insurance. To ensure that the financing process goes smoothly, buyers should consider pre-qualifying for a mortgage and having a financing commitment in place before shopping for a new home. Buyers also may find that some home builders have arranged favorable financing for their customers or offer financial incentives.  

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For most Americans, homeownership is a primary source of net worth and is an important step in accumulating personal financial assets over the long term. Although property values have leveled in many markets, Americans have more than $10.8 trillion of equity in their homes, and for most families, home equity represents the largest share of net worth. At the same time, rent prices continue to climb. Nationally, 50 percent of all renters are now spending more than 30 percent of their income on housing as rental vacancies dropped to their lowest point since 2000. According to a comprehensive Harvard study, this is up from 38 percent during that same year. That makes now a great time to start investing in your future – instead of your landlord’s. For more information on resources for homeowners or potential homeowners, contact your local building association at 360-452-8160 or visit nahb.org/ forconsumers.


Improve Your Home’s Energy Efficiency with Technology BY BUILT GREEN OF CLALLAM COUNTY

SMART THERMOSTATS

Nowadays it seems like there is an app for everything and home energy management is no exception. Among the many smartphone apps that monitor your home’s energy use is the highly rated Kill-Ur-Watts. It’s a free app that comprehensively monitors your home’s electric energy use by gathering data from your energy provider and relaying that information back to you through user-friendly, easy-to-understand graphs and charts. Although this information always has been available to the inquisitive consumer through your energy provider, apps like Kill-Ur-Watts make it instantly accessible and easily digestible so you can actually put it to use. For example, it can help you identify what time of day it is cheapest to do your laundry or what appliances are getting neglected and should therefore be unplugged. These simple tips will not only

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improve your home’s efficiency but also cut down on your electric bill. Similar smartphone energy management apps include PlotWatt, WattBuddy and Bidgely.

METER SENSORS

Unlike the smartphone energy monitoring apps, meter sensors feed you information directly from your home’s existing energy meter instead of sending data from your energy provider. They monitor every aspect of your electric energy use and continuously send information back to you. This helps you learn exactly when and where your home uses the most energy so you can make informed decisions about how to better manage energy consumption and keep costs down. Blue Line Innovation offers two different meter sensors. The Power Cost Monitor tracks the cost of running specific appliances and shows where power is being wasted, perhaps in electronics you thought were turned off overnight or while you are at work. The Blue Line Optical Sensor uses optical readers attached to your home meter to monitor your energy use comprehensively and alert you to any problems that could reduce your system’s efficiency, such as clogged air filters. These are just a few home energy management products that can help you be a little kinder to the environment, not to mention your wallets, without sacrificing comfort or convenience in the process. Get more great tips on how to go green and save on energy costs by calling the North Peninsula Building Association and/or contact one of our Certified Green Professional (CGP) from the directory.

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With spring and summer fast approaching, many homeowners worry they won’t be able to keep their homes comfortable without their energy bills going through the roof. Luckily, innovations in smart thermostat technology can help you keep your house cool and refreshing without breaking the bank. Nest Labs offers the Nest Learning Thermostat. This sleek, mini-

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Today’s home owners and buyers are looking for ways to incorporate home technologies that increase the long-term value of their house but also provide convenience, safety and comfort. Energy management is a highly-desired feature in both newly built and existing homes, along with multi-zone heating, ventilation and air-conditioning (HVAC) systems and lighting controls. Not only are these features easy-to-use, but they also provide energy-efficiency. By incorporating the following technologies, home owners can save money on their utility bills: • Automated HVAC systems can maintain a more energyefficient temperature while the home owners are away at work, but switch to a more comfortable temperature prior to their arrival home. Zones also can be created to heat or cool only the areas most used by the occupants, keeping other areas, such as guest bedrooms, shut down until they are needed. They also can combat the problem of heat rising, keeping upper floors cooler in the summer without freezing the lower floors in a home. According to ENERGY STAR®, a joint program of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the U.S. Department of Energy, programmable thermostats can save consumers about $180 per year in energy costs. • Water heaters with a timer can be turned off when the occupants are traveling, then can turn on and begin heating the water in preparation for their return home. Tankless gas water heaters — which only activate when residents start to use hot water and immediately de-activate when they are done —

are also a great option and can reduce water heating costs up to 35 percent annually. • Lighting can make up 10 to 20 percent of the total electrical usage of the home. Installing an automatic dimmer, which adjusts to the home owner’s needs based on time of day or occupancy, will lower electricity bills and increase the life expectancy of light bulbs. • Blinds and drapes can be programmed to close during the warmest part of the day to block out the sun; keeping the house cooler. In the colder winter months, they can open up to allow the sun in to warm the house, which helps regulate the room temperature. By incorporating technologies that help make your home operate more efficiently, ENERGY STAR® estimates that home owners can save $200 to $400 or more annually on their energy bills. Here are a few of the latest and greatest trends in energy saving technology. From “learning” thermostats to energy-saving smartphone apps, it has never been easier to monitor and control your home’s energy use. While we all love doing our part to help the environment, the real draw here is how these simple solutions will help you save money by keeping those monthly energy bills low.

mally designed wall thermostat can be adjusted manually in your home or wirelessly from any location through your computer or smartphone. Each time you adjust the thermostat, Nest learns about your temperature preferences and daily life. It then uses this information to help you keep your home at a consistently comfortable temperature while simultaneously saving money on energy costs. For example, it learns to automatically adjust the temperature when you’re away at work, asleep at night or when the weather unexpectedly changes. Other similar programmable thermostats include the Ecobee Smart Thermostat, the Honeywell Wi-Fi Smart Thermostat and the Venstar ColorTouch Thermostat.

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Special Sections - NPBA Expo, 2015  

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Special Sections - NPBA Expo, 2015  

i20150203182943914.pdf